Holidays are not always just about sitting in the spa, or lying on a sunbed. We believe a true escape comes from making incredible memories. Take a look at the events below and sign up for some unforgettable experiences…
Fireworks – 20th August
20th August is the greatest national holiday for Hungarians, celebrated with day-long festivities followed by spectacular fireworks. Festivities start in the morning with the raising of the Hungarian flag and continue on all day long, culminating in a spectacular fireworks display over the Danube.
20. August, 2019
Budapest Wine Festival
Every September tens of thousands of people visit Buda castle to celebrate wine at Hungary’s greatest wine festival. Exhibitors present their wines from all around Hungary and even from a few foreign countries. Even if you are not the wine expert, the ambience and the festival programs will guarantee the unforgettable holiday in Budapest.
5-8. September, 2019
34th Wizz Air Budapest Marathon
Participating in the half marathon is essentially a running sightseeing tour of the beautiful Budapest. The course runs through the heart of Budapest, crosses several bridges and passes the most well-known sites of the city.
8. September, 2019
34th SPAR Budapest Marathon
The Budapest Marathon is part of a 2-day festival all about running.With distances ranging from 400 m to 42 km everyone in the family can find their own challenge and take part in the running festival.
29. September, 2019
National Gallop is an annual cultural event celebrating Hungarian equestrian traditions. The center of the event is a national horse race, a spectacular show, where Hungary’s towns and villages prove their horse riding skills.
19-20. October, 2019
EROS RAMAZOTTI concert
The Italian superstar not only says that he loves Budapest and the Hungarian audience, but also proves that in 2019 he is preparing for his fourth live concert at Papp László Arena.
24. October, 2019
Christmas Market Budapest
During the holiday season, Budapest fills with a jolly Christmas vibe. Downtown squares, the District VII party vortex and cobblestoned Óbuda get festive, their Yuletide bazaars chockablock with wintertime merchandise, chimney cake and spicy mulled wine.
9. November, 2019 – 1. January, 2020
One of Hungary’s foremost tourist attraction returns in 2020, with a sensational musical line-up, various art productions and civil organisations participating. Sziget is a massive island filled with music, culture, love and freedom, and is five minutes from the Aquincum Hotel.
5-11. August, 2020