Cobblestone Streets in the Mood of Paris

The historical Andrássy Avenue was built in 1896 in accordance with the design of the famous Parisian Champs Élysées. The side streets of Andrássy Avenue are also beautiful. For instance, Hajós street was the first to host designer shops in the 90s, and since then has had a very artistic atmosphere also made richer by sweet florists and antique shops. All around the buildings are a hundred years old tenement-houses, generally three to four stories high, which were built in a grand European architectural style using neo-classical and even neo-renaissance elements. The appeal of these narrow roadways lies in the atmosphere created by the cobblestone streets paired with the walls and unique structures on the side of the beautiful Opera house; they are perfect for an elegant, stylist urban shoot.

These streets were used in Steven Spielberg’s film Munich, where they doubled as the streets of Rome and Paris
These narrow, cobblestone streets paired with the walls of the beautiful Opera house create a special atmosphere
Several of Progressive Productions’ projects were shot here, like the NBC series Royal Pains
This area of Budapest was designed in the 19th Century in the Parisian style
Opera Streets

Hajós street, alongside Dalszínház street and Lázár street were used as settings in Steven Spielberg’s film Munich, where they doubled as the streets of Rome and Paris. Scenes from Die Hard V were also shot here. Several of Progressive Productions’ projects were shot in these exquisite streets, like scenes of the Zerinol Gola TV commercial and the NBC series Royal Pains. We also produced three photo shoots here. A catalogue shoot for Brax, an other calalogue shoot for Louis Philippe, and an editorial shoot for Now Magazine.

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