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Budapest Festivals in December

Advent Fair Budapest St Stephen Basilica

December festivals in the city are both indoor and outdoor festivals despite the cold days in Budapest. The festivals of the month are undoubtedly the Budapest Christmas markets and festivals, which start in the middle of November, or so, with December Concerts in Budapest and a beautiful downtown fair.

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Budapest Festivals in February

February festivals in Budapest urge the winter cold to go away and give way to spring and light. February is also the Carnival season in Hungary with various ‘Farsang’ Parties where people dress up, eat doughnuts, dance, have fun, and more. The festivals of the month will be the unique Fish Food Festival and the Hungarian Mangalica Festival focusing on ...

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Budapest Festivals in January

Christmas Fair, Budapest

January festivals in Budapest make the cold winter days and weekends more cheerful. The January events start with festive New Year’s Day events in Budapest ranging from NYD concerts and cruises, through after parties to shows. But who doesn’t need a good doze of good humour to start – and then continue – the New Year with? Put away the ...

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Budapest Festivals in November

Budapest Christmas Market

November festivals in the city are both indoor and outdoor festivals despite the cold days in Budapest. The festival of the month are probably the Budapest International Guitar Festival.  Delight for the ears on those gloomy, rainy November days. Magic Bath Parties in Budapest in November: 3, 7, 14 and 24, 2018 in Szechenyi Baths. Budapest is famous for its thermal baths ...

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TED Talks Budapest – TedX in Hungary

TED Talks TedX events Budapest

One of the outstanding venues of the TED Talks is in Budapest, Hungary: in fact there are multiple locally initiated TED events, from  TEDxDanubia through TEDxCEU to TEDxBudapest. Each edition promises to be a thought-provoking event, as TED talks should be, challenging the way we try to picture our global present times and future times, options, trends, virtual and actual ...

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