The Hungarian Cultural Institute, established in 1948, has been a stalwart representative of Hungarian culture in Bulgaria for over six decades. Situated at 16 Aksakov Street in Sofia since 1998, this institute hosts a vibrant program not just within Sofia but throughout the country.
It serves as a hub for Hungarian language learning, offering courses for both beginners and advanced learners. Additionally, the institute actively supports the publication of Hungarian fiction and scholarly literature. Its facilities include an exhibition and conference hall, a library, a sound library, and a video library, catering to enthusiasts eager to explore Hungarian culture.
Through an array of literary readings, exhibitions, concerts, film screenings, and more, the Hungarian Cultural Institute offers a diverse cultural experience. Over the years, it has transformed into a sought-after venue for Bulgarian artists and scholars, providing a space for scientific symposia, conferences, presentations, exhibitions, and concerts, thereby fostering a rich exchange between Bulgarian and Hungarian cultural realms.
Sofia, 16 Aksakov St