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June 2020

Czech Beer Festival in Budapest

June 24 - June 28
a young man drawing beer into a plastic cup

Date Is Not Finalized Yet! Sample the best of Czech beers and food at a central location, the Roof Terrace of the WestEnd Shopping Mall (can be subject to change!). Concerts and other fun programs accompany the festival.

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The Night of Museums Budapest

June 27 - June 28

The Night of Museums is a great opportunity to explore the many museums and exhibition halls of Budapest over a night. Color-coded bus service helps you getting around (included in the ticket price).

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July 2020

Evening Concerts in Budapest Zoo

July 1 - August 12

Another great summer evening program in Budapest! The Zoo & Botanical garden hosts light music concerts on Wednesday evenings starting at 20.30. Before the concert you can take a walk in the zoo since the gate opens at 19.00.

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Vajdahunyad Castle Summer Music Festival

July 5 - August 6

Enjoy classical and light music concerts in Vajdahunyad Castle/City Park on summer evenings (Mondays and Thursdays). The series of concerts begins on 01. July 2020.

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Red Bull Air Race Budapest

July 11 - July 12
red bull air race-in front of the Parliament

The amazing air show comes to Budapest on 23 - 24. June 2018. The race takes place right in the heart of the city over the Danube between Elizabeth Bridge and the Chain Bridge. You can view the breathtaking aerial performance from the banks of the river.

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F1 Hungarian Grand Prix Budapest – Hungaroring

July 30 - August 2

The Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix is on the first weekend of August with the main race taking place on 04. Aug/Sunday. Read on to find information on tickets and how to get to the race venue, Mogyoród town.

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August 2020

Sziget Festival, 05-11. August 2020

August 5 - August 11

Sziget is the biggest festival in Budapest each August, this year for the 26th time. Concerts and many colourful programs await visitors on the Hajógyári Island in Óbuda during the 5 days of the event.

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20. August-St. Stephen’s Day

August 18 - August 20

August 20th is one of the most important national holidays in Hungary. We celebrate the foundation of the state by the nation's first king, St. Stephen. Celebrations take place at the Parliament, and the riverbanks in both Buda and Pest. The highlight of the day is an impressive fireworks launched from ships on the Danube.

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Street of Hungarian Flavours

August 18 @ 10:00 am - August 20 @ 10:00 pm
strudel and other pastries in wicker bowls

The 3-day gastro festival is part of the August 20th National Day celebrations. Visitors can taste local food, the new bread, and Hungary's Birthday Cake. Concerts and other programs accompany the event at nearby venues.

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Festival of Folk Arts (Mesterségek Ünnepe)

August 19 @ 10:00 am - August 22 @ 11:00 pm

The terraces of Buda Castle give home to this unique festival focusing on the rich folk craft heritage of Hungary. You can view folk craft masters working, participate in workshops, enjoy folk dance performances, buy the artifacts in the fair, and taste delicious local food and drinks.

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Budapest Fireworks Cruise with Dinner/Drinks, Aug 20.

August 20 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Budapest, Hungary
fireworks in all colour, over the Danube the Chain Bridge, the Parliament

For a truly memorable experience enjoy the festive fireworks from a deck of a cruise boat moored on the Danube! Before the show have a delicious buffet dinner while the boat takes you on a sightseeing cruise.

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Jewish Cultural Festival Budapest

August 30 - September 7

Have a taste of Jewish culture in Budapest through concerts, theatre and gastronomy programs!

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September 2020

Beer Festival in Budapest City Center

September 1 @ 3:00 pm - September 6 @ 11:00 pm

A 5-day festival dedicated to the best Hungarian and international beers, at Szabadság Square downtown Budapest. You can taste 250 beers including craft brews and beers by large breweries. Street food, beer premiers, concerts, cheerful atmosphere in a city centre park are the additional highlights of the festival.

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Budapest Wine Festival

September 10 - September 13
Buda royal palace during the wine festival.

Curious about Hungarian wines? The 4-day Wine Festival in Buda Castle is a wonderful event where you can sample wines from all over the country along with fabulous local food. Concerts, cultural programs acompany the festival.

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Sweet Days Chocolate Festival

September 11 - September 13

Chocolates, candies, ice cream, cakes and pastries take over the spacious plaza in front of St. Stephen's Basilica in the heart of Budapest in mid-September 2020! Workshops, baking shows entertain visitors on stages set up in the square.

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Cultural Heritage Days in Budapest

September 19 - September 20

Learn about Budapest's history and cultural heritage on organized, English language tours! Free concerts in some of the city's churches as part of the European Cultural Heritage Days series of events.

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October 2020

CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival

October 2 - October 18

A range of programs for lovers of contemporary art: concerts, exhibitions, dance, theatre at 40 cultural venues in Budapest.

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OktoberFest Budapest 2020

October 2 - October 3

Enjoy local and international beers including many craft brews on the weekend-long OktoberFets in downtown Budapest! Concerts and good food ensure that you will have a wonderful time right in the heart of the city.

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National Gallop Budapest

October 10 - October 11

An equestrian festival shwocasing horsemanship traditions in Hungary! The series of exciting horse racing events will take place at the city's famous landmark, Heroes's Square.

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October 23rd 1956 Revolution

October 23 - October 26

23rd October is one of the most important National Days in Hungary. It marks the day when the Budapest people lead by university students protested against the Russian communist regime. Fighst broke out on the streets and the uprising ended in bloodbath. Memorial ceremonies are held at several venues in the city.

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