Sunday Services at 12 pm in the Jaki Chapel in Vajdahunyad Castle, Budapest. The Jak Chapel (Jaki Kapolna) is the Romanesque style building of the Vajdahunyad Var, a 19th century castle merging the various architectural styles and buildings in Austria-Hungary of 1896.
Every Sunday from spring to autumn there are Sunday services from noon in the nice chapel. In addition, during the Advent period, you can attend the Advent services too (and visit the Christmas Market in Vajdahunyad Castle).
There are frequent choir and orchestra concerts in the Jaki Chapel of Vajdahunyad Castle in Budapest, here are some videos of a concert, which also show the interior of the chapel.
Schütz: Die sieben Worte Jesu Christi am Kreuz
J. Rheinberger: A-Major Mass
Pergolesi: Stabat mater
The chapel of Jak (Jaki Kapolna) is often showing weddings, as it is a popular and romantic wedding venue in Budapest, Hungary.
The chapel’s gate is a replica of Jak Church near Szombathely, Hungary, while its design is a copy of the Romanesque style Lebeny Church.
Jak Chapel is one of the hidden gems to see in a romantic Budapest visit.