Apart from sightseeing and wondering around the streets of Budapest, the city offers a huge variety of programs so everyone can find something that they would love. From museums, through concerts until outdoor adventures, the number of options are endless. We feel important to mention that most of these programs are not available on 24.-26.
Reconstruction work was completed two weeks before the deadline on the section of the Antall József quay between the Parliament and the Margaret Bridge, a pedestrian promenade awaits visitors from Monday 13 December – says BKK. With the reconstruction of the section of the Antall József embankment between the Hungarian Parliament Building and Margaret Bridge,
After 2020, the Christmas Market at St. Stephen’s Basilica had won again the title – best Christmas market in Europe. The contest was held by European Best Destinations where a total number of 173620 votes were counted from 163 countries. The award winning Christmas Market is open for visitors until the 1st of January. The Advent Feast at
Let’s say goodbye to 2022 with a delicious dinner, and delightful drinks in Budapest. Why not? Are you a big fan of tasty bites and beautiful cocktails? We are here to help you to give you a chance to eat your way into 2023. Special dinner in the heart of the city with music, or
Little party never killed nobody. Looking for the best NYE Parties in Budapest? We are here to recommend the best parties in the city. Whether you are a big fan of ruin bars with tremendous dancefloors, or you love fancy prestigious clubs of Budapest. Give yourself and your friends a night to remember in
Budapest is one of the best choices if you are planning a winter European vacation. You will definitely not be disappointed if you visit this wonderful city with the traditional delicious Hungarian Christmas food, the intimate atmosphere of the Christmas fairs in the city will surely dazzle you. One of the defining elements of the
Budapest has a thousand faces, if not more, but one of the most beautiful and cozy is the view looking from the Danube’s water. On New Year’s Eve, the sky is full with fireworks, and the Parliament, the MÜPA, the Gellért Hotel, the Buda Castle and the iconic buildings are reflected from the water surface.
New Year’s Eve is a global celebration and you’ll find a party happening on every continent. With so many exciting spots, the only issue is choosing where to celebrate. Here are five places where you’re guaranteed to have an unforgettable NYE experience. Scotland – Edinburgh Crazy dancing in the streets, fabulous fireworks display at midnight,
In many countries, New Year’s celebrations begin on the evening of December 31—New Year’s Eve—and continue into the early hours of January 1. Revelers often enjoy meals and snacks thought to bestow good luck for the coming year. Denmark Residents of Denmark greet the New Year by throwing old plates and glasses against the