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A gigantic Star Wars-inspired LEGO diroama is landing in Budapest soon

Get ready for an intergalactic spectacle at Budapest's Comic Con on May 18th and 19th!


Budapest Weekend Guide 10-12 May

Each week, we gather all of the important happenings taking place in our favourite city so you can plan ahead.


Budapest Beer Week ranked 3rd best beer festival in Europe

Portuguese beer podcast raves about Budapest Beer Week as one of Europe's best, and we couldn't agree more.

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Check out these architectural gems at the Budapest100 Open House Festival

Check out this year’s Budapest100 topic – the controversial theme of the 70’s architecture! Which buildings interest you the most?

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arán bakery – Buda

1117 Budapest, Móricz Zsigmond körtér 16A

Paddy, the familiar name given to the sourdough used at the a rán bakery


nor/ma grand

This second outlet of nor/ma grand has opened on the southern corner of the Millenáris Park


Tapagria Budapest

1065 Budapest, Andrássy út 28

At the  Tapagria tapas bar on Andrássy út



1051 Budapest, Széchenyi Isván tér 7-8

Contemporary TOKIO brings a little bit of Japan   to a prime spot on the Pest side of Chain Bridge


Geraldine Confectionery

The fourth outlet run by the 150-year-old Auguszt confectionery dynasty  has opened behind the National Museum in the beautifully restored


Museum of Illusions

1065 Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 3

Having opened in many big cities around the world

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Find hidden gems behind closed doors in Budapest

We often pass by fancy doors, but what are they hiding? Step through their thresholds and discover a mysterious universe!

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10+1 of the most beautiful libraries in Budapest

Libraries are enjoying a new wave of popularity, and Budapest is lucky to have what are undoubtedly some of the world's most beautiful libraries.


5 ice cream hotspots in Budapest ready for the season

If you are on the hunt for some rich and delicious gelato (or 'fagyi' as Hungarians call it) in the city, here is where to go.


Tiny bars, big fun: 8 Budapest gems you won't want to miss

Budapest's nightlife is legendary. But instead of renowned ruin bars, dive into the city's hidden gems! We'll show you where to start.


Free things to do in Budapest in April

From Cuban street photography to vibrant jazz nights and a dance picnic – join exciting free events in April.

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Divas & Icons

Saturday, 18 May 2024 - Sunday, 15 September 2024

Get a close-up look at the magnificent stage costumes of Rihanna, Björk, Whitney Houston,or Billie Eilish!


Városháza Pop-up Park Opening

Friday, 17 May 2024 - Sunday, 19 May 2024

In the very heart of Budapest, only steps away from Deák Frenc tér and the City Hall, a new community space opens up on May 17th.


KoreaON Korean Cultural Festival 2024

Saturday, 18 May 2024 - Monday, 19 May 2025

Join the free KoreaON events at the same location: in another section of Hungexpo, you can immerse yourself in Korean culture.

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La Femme (FR)

Saturday, 25 May 2024

The French retrofuturistic synthpop band will return for their first Hungarian club concert in May.



Without the past, there’s no future – we talk with chef András Wolf at the Atrium in the New York Palace

Top chef András Wolf of the Anantara New York Palace talks Hungarian bistro cuisine, tradition and innovation.

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Where the soul finds itself – meet Bence Vági, Artistic Director of Recirquel

Meet Bence Vági, Artistic Director of Recirquel, Hungary's unique contemporary cirque danse company whose latest production, IMA (‘Pray’), represents a spiritual journey taken by the choreographer.

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New Yorker illustrator Lehel Kovács breaks the mould at new exhibition in Budapest

Get lost in summer happiness with the pictures of illustrator Lehel Kovács, whose work for America's top magazines reveals his Eastern-European approach to retro and pop art.

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Cities move to the beat of world music – meet the people behind Budapest Ritmo and Ritmo Picnic

Meet the people behind Budapest Ritmo and Ritmo Picnic, two major world-music festivals taking place across Hungary as part of Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks.

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A festival of real encounters – all you need to know about Bartók Spring

Bartók Spring showcases top artistic talent in many fields, in prestigious venues across Budapest, as well as in Miskolc, Debrecen and Győr. We meet its Operating Director, Janina Szomolányi.

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Writing his own story – we interview painter Gergely Gyuricza

Art therapy helped painter Gyuricza find his creative self and produce original, non-abstract pop art currently being exhibited in galleries abroad. We speak with the artist to see how it all evolved.