Visitor-friendly services

Visitor-friendly development of the Agora


Our institution has made improvements in the areas of overcoming obstacles (for families, cyclists and dog owners), Let Veszprém be the city of queens, online, visitor management, Let's be green and accessibility.

We used the grant to expand our toolkit. To overcome the obstacles, we created a children's corner and purchased a number of child-friendly equipment: baby food warmers, silencing ears; high chairs, baby mats, nappy changing mats with refill, toilet reducers, step stools, booster seats, colourful wooden furniture, educational and educational books, logic, skill and creative toys, colourful cushions, cups, plates, drawing tools. We also bought a dog drinking bowl.

In connection with the theme "Let Veszprém be the city of queens", we purchased screens and a projection screen. We also brought our 3.5 m tall Gizella and István giant puppets to all our outdoor events, giving visitors the opportunity to take photos with them. We launched an art competition called "Faces of a WOMAN". An exhibition of the works selected by an expert jury was organised.

In the online area, the content and layout of our institutional website have been updated, its menu structure standardised, translated into English and fully accessible. In addition, a children's programmes menu has been created, a calendar of events with filters has been developed, all visitor-friendly services and green actions have been listed and a link to the Veszprém attractions has been made available on the website.

As part of the visitor management improvements, we purchased a visual tool to provide more effective information and mobile signposts to guide visitors.

For the Let's Go Green theme, we purchased separate waste bins, environmental books, used battery collectors, LED light bulbs and a green wall.

In the context of accessibility, we bought contact tablets with QR code scanning for sign language interpretation.

The developments related to the 6 thematic areas have been implemented with the support of VEB2023, the costs have been financed by grants.

Proposed approach to Agóra Veszprém Cultural Centre

Long-distance, intercity bus -

From the Veszprém bus station, you can take the local buses to Herend, Ajka, Pápa, to the Jutasi út residential area, from there it is a 3-minute walk to the Agora building. After getting off at the bus stop, turn left at the first street, going in the opposite direction to the direction of the bus. Walk along Halle street and you will arrive at the building.

For those arriving by local bus -

From the Veszprém bus station, take local bus numbers 4, 4A, 7 and 7A to the Munkácsy Mihály utca stop. After getting off at the stop, continue in the direction of the bus and take the first street on the left. Walk along Halle street and you will reach Agora in 5 minutes. From local buses 1, 2 and 10, get off at stop 61 Jutasi út and walk in the opposite direction. The first street left hand side, towards Halle street. Walk along Halle street and you will reach the Agora.

For people arriving by train -

From the railway station, local bus lines 1, 2 and 10 take you to Jutasi út 61, from where it is a 3-minute walk to Agora. Buses number 4 and 4/A will take you to the Munkácsy Mihály utca stop. After getting off at the stop, continue in the direction of travel and take the first street on the right. Walk along Halle street and you arrive at the Agora.

For people arriving by bike

Leave your car at home, cycle to Agora! To plan your trip, we recommend the Google Maps application. Bike storage is located next to the entrance of the building and at the back entrance of the Kabóca puppet theatre. During the visit, bicycles can be locked in the storage area. Drinking water, phone charging and snacks can be purchased from the vending machines in the Agora building during opening hours. Nearest bicycle service:

Cycling routes from Veszprém:
E-Bike rental and tours:

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For people arriving on foot

The Agora building is located in the Jutasi Road residential area, in Táborállás Park 1. It is a 15-minute walk from the Veszprém bus station along Jutasi út, and a 10-minute walk from the railway station, also along Jutasi út, towards the city centre.

For people arriving by car

Free parking is available in the entire residential area and in the immediate vicinity of the Agora building. However, spaces are limited, so arrive early.

Accessibility - Social guide
Information for people with reduced mobility

1 barrier-free parking space is located at the barrier-free entrance of Agóra, 50 m from the main entrance.There is also 1 disabled parking space at the north side of the building. Access from here is not barrier-free.


For wheelchair, walker or pushchair users, it is important to know that there is a wide walkway to the entrance of the building. There is a handrail on the sloping part (ramp).

Access to the building is barrier-free both at the main entrance and at the rear entrance.

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The building is also barrier-free inside, with doors with a minimum width of 0.9 m and corridors with a minimum width of 1.20 m. There are toilets on the ground floor and in the basement, and accessible toilets/showers in the upstairs rehearsal room. There are handrails next to the stairs. The light switches are at an appropriate and accessible height. The building is accessible for wheelchair access. Personal/medical assistance is available at the reception.


The theatre has a special area for wheelchair users, who can sit side by side with their companion at the edge of the front rows. The sloping auditorium has a sloping non-slip surface.

Important information: access to the stage from the auditorium is not available for people with reduced mobility.

Most of the films in the Filmklub have Hungarian subtitles. Information about this can be found on the website next to the names of the films.

Information for visually impaired people
The building has the possibility to use induction loops. The lift provides audio information, announcing the number of floors. Contact sign language interpretation is available.
Information for the hearing impaired
There is a guide lane in the main traffic areas. The information boards in the building are Braille. Guide/assistance dogs can be brought into the building.

Pictograms and information boards are available in the building for disabled people.

Family-friendly services

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A wide sidewalk leads to the entrance of the Agora. At the main entrance, access is possible with a pushchair. There is no parking space around the building for families.


The whole building is accessible for pushchairs. A lift is also available to access the box office, guest rooms, exhibitions and the theatre. During the event, strollers, luggage and coats can be stored safely in the secure cloakroom (there is no lockable room for this purpose).


The disabled toilet on the ground floor provides baby changing facilities during the opening hours of the Agora. Personal assistance is available at the reception desk to help you set up the baby changing station. A bin for odourless storage is located on the premises. If first aid is required, please contact the receptionist. You can also get more information about local health services (nearest paediatrician, pharmacy, on-call services).

Breastfeeding facility is also possible in this restroom, as well as in the Family Room (Monday - Friday 9.00-12.00, except Wednesday) and in the Kabóca Puppet Theatre. The Family Room is open during the opening hours as a playroom for children aged 0-3 and their parents. Their rules are available on site.

Agora's public areas are equipped with safety shutter sockets, which are completely safe for children. The buffet on the first floor is open during events, but the area in front of the buffet is available to all visitors during opening hours. A snack machine is permanently available.
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On the 2nd floor equipped with child-friendly facilities playground for children.

Dog friendly Services

 No pets of any kind are allowed in the Agora building, only therapy/assistance and guide dogs.
Agora is not officially a dog-friendly establishment. A drinking bowl is provided for therapy dogs.

Our services for sustainability

  • separate collection of waste
  • We use LED bulbs
  • we have water-saving taps
  • we use eco-friendly, eco-conscious cleaning products
  • our data management and correspondence is paper-efficient
  • we use solar energy
  • avoid single-use plastic utensils
  • we have many plants in our building
  • we support cycling
  • we have secure bicycle storage facilities
  • display and promote public transport
  • we have created a collection point for used items

Health information

Emergency phone numbers:

Ambulances 104

Police 107

Fire brigade 105

General 112

 Nearest paediatrician

Dr. Éva Nedró 8200 Veszprém, Jutasi út 59. Phone: 88 425 681 (during office hours)

 Nearest pharmacy

Ezüst Holló Patika 8200 Veszprém, Halle u. 5/G. Phone: 88 329 663

 Children and adult medical services

(Monday-Friday from 16.00 to 08.00 the next morning, weekends and public holidays continuously) Csolnoky Ferenc County Hospital 8200 Veszprém, Kórház utca 1. Phone: 70 370 3104

 Emergency dental care

(only on weekends and public holidays) 8200 Veszprém, Halle utca 5/E. Phone: 88 425 228

 Health services and institutions

 Pharmacy on call and opening hours in Veszprém


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