The Puskás Aréna is an iconic sports arena in Budapest that serves as a modern, multifunctional event venue in Hungarian cultural life – whether hosting a football match or a large-scale concert. The surroundings of the Aréna are used for outdoor sports, music events and festivals.
The capital of Hungary, which has a population of two million, is situated along the Danube, in the heart of the Carpathian basin. Hilly Buda, which comprises one-third of the city’s area of 525km², is located along the right bank of the Danube, surrounded by low mountains. János Hill is the highest summit of Buda, at 529m high. Across the river sprawls flat Pest.