Dürer has quite a colorful history behind it when it comes to the underground culture of Pest. From this summer on, after the divisive events surrounding the previous building, it opened its gates at a completely new location in Buda. The change however did not take away Dürer’s charm – instead, it reframed it wonderfully.
In the warmer months, I love the outdoor part of Dürer. Due to its size, it often hosts larger events, and even on a busy night, one can almost certainly find a little corner with a table for a bigger group of friends as well.
The inside part still needs some time to be fully constructed, but there are already tons of programs planned. There are several concerts both outside and inside during the week, from smaller local bands to really big names, depending on the season of course. It’s a place not only for concerts but for other get-togethers, raves, techno parties as well as boardgame nights. In Dürer you can have a drink in a nice environment with fun people around, and if you are lucky, maybe you can even catch an exciting concert.
Dürer is often the right place for me to leave the burden of the day behind and get involved in something fun or just dance a bit with friends and a nice crowd.