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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 September

National Gallop

September festivals in Budapest are a pleasure for any Budapest visitors in early fall. No more hot days (like in July or August), and somewhat fewer tourists, which make Budapest attractions and events less packed. The best festivals in September in Budapest is the Hungarian Wine Festival in the Buda Castle, atop the hill and the National Gallop Hungarian Horse Race ...

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Budapest Festivals in August

Sziget Festival Budapest August

August is one of the peak months in Budapest when it comes to festivals, most of which offer a cool night out with some great music, foods and drinks. The most well known world festival in August is Sziget Festival with its massive 70,000 music lovers from all over the world. But there are many niche festivals too: pick a ...

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Budapest Festivals in May

Budapest May Palinka Festival

Are you visiting the city of Budapest in May in the spring time and wishing to go to a great festival in May? Here’s our monthly festival guide for May in the Hungarian capital: music, food, cultural, sports, tech and other festivals await guests. Make your visit even more enjoyable, and culturally intriguing by having some great time with the ...

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Hungarian Castles Festival in Budapest

Vajdahunyad Castle with Boat Lake Budapest May Ronald Papp

The Hungarian Castles Festival is in the fairy tale Vajdahunyad Castle and in the spacious park in Budapest, in the City Park (Varosliget), which is one of the hotspots of Budapest attractions, like the Heroes’ Square and the Hungarian Millennial Monument, or the popular thermal bath, Szechenyi Baths. The castle festival has a nice and fun program for all who love history, ...

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March 15 Budapest National Holiday

March 15 is a historical national holiday in Budapest, Hungary commemorating the 19th century revolution and war of independence against the ruling of the Hapsburg Empire. On March 15, the city of Budapest turns into a citywide “festival”, full of Hungarian banners, people wearing Cockades (kokarda), and enjoying their time off in parks, squares where processions, speeches, demonstrations and concerts ...

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Hungarian Food Fair: Handmade Flavors

The Hungarian Handmade Flavors Fair in Budapest is a lovely and yummy food festival, which is a real treat if you love high quality, home made flavors. Is there anyone who doesn’t? Meat eaters and vegetarians, healthy bites and sinful pleasures are all on display at the popular Hungarian Food Festival, which is officially known as Kezmuves Izek Vasara. 2013 ...

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Budapest Spring Festival

Opera House Budapest Spring Festival

Budapest Spring Festival, which is sort of an umbrella term, is the richest spring festival in the city of Budapest packed with all sorts of events, cultural programs, like concerts (especially classical music concerts), art exhibitions, dance performances, operas, the Hungarian Folk Dance Festival and further popular festivals. See the detailed program of the 2013 Budapest Spring Festival on Budapest Events Guide, the event ...

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Hungarian Folk Dance Festival

Hungarian Folk Dance Festival & Fair in Sports Arena: March 30-31, April 1, 2013. As usual, the Magyar Folk Dance Festival is part of the Budapest Spring Festival, making it even more colorful and unique for foreign visitors too. See more festivals in Budapest in March. More about Hungarian Folk here. The Magyar Tanchaztalalkozo (Hungarian Folk Dance Festival) is a lively ...

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