This is a very big palace with a lot of diamonds. You can see a lot of art and design masters. Of course, if you have enough coils, you can also buy some diamonds back.
The building is still well preserved, not many tourists come.
The Doloja Diamond Palace was built between 1821 and 1824. It is a representative work of the famous Hungarian architect Hay Pollack’s neoclassical architecture in Budapest. The ceiling decorated with stained glass and the gorgeous atrium hall are the first impressions of the Doroga Diamond Palace. The ruins of the medieval ancient city wall of Pest inside the palace attract countless tourists. Here, visitors can pass through The glass floor, the ancient wall hidden deep underground, and the traces of Hungary's glorious history.
Visitors can visit here for free, watch a small historical movie about the coronation of the Hungarian king, visit the museum of Hungarian coins and gems, or participate in a small lecture on diamond investment. Any consumption in the palace can get tax refund service.
Legend has it that a palace was built with diamonds before, but now it is replaced by a waterscape, which is also very beautiful~
A magnificent palace, I don’t know how many craftsmen’s efforts
The Budapest Card advertises this as a free museum but really it is a diamond and precious stone jewellery shop with two exhibition rooms and a short video explaining the discovery history. I was give...
I loved the free jewelry exhibition. The guide was great and friendly Thanks Nati.:) inside the palace was wonderful and you feel it is very impressive. You can get in a historical palace and see t...