If you are staying in Hungary in February, plenty of programmes await you. From a historic walk in the City Park to the Doughnut Festival, the possibilites are endless.
The adventurous time travel held on Saturdays continues this month, revealing the past of the City Park to guests, writes travelo. On the bus tour planned for 10 February, you can peek into the outstanding periods of the lively life of the City Park through anecdotes. From the Millennium House, the Vajdahunyad Castle and the House of Hungarian Music and Museum of Ethnography, visitors can get to know the famous Hungarian buildings. The next dates are 18 February 18, 25 February, and 4 March. The tour lasts one hour and starts at 1 PM.
Taste the outstanding products, gather information about the services, and meet the most famous domestic representatives of the health-conscious lifestyle at Mentes Feszt! More than 40 exhibitors and more than 12 presentations await you. Exhibitions, professional lectures, small market, gastro court, vegan wine and cheese sampling – just a few things you can expect at the event between 25-26 February. More information here.
In February, you have the chance to visit the imposing building of the Museum of Ethnography. During the guided walk on 28 February, visitors will tour the most important spaces of the building, touching, among other things, the display gallery showing the ceramics of the world, as well as the main attraction of the visitor center, the Budapest Golden Age and the Liget project model.
The independent film festival will be held in Budapest on 9-10 February 2023 at the Kino Cafe Cinema. In 2 days, 15 short films will be shown. The BIFF 2023 selection, which aims to present emerging talents and address today’s social problems, covers a wide range of fiction and documentary films, short films, animated films and music videos. You can watch the movies in English or with English subtitles. More information here.
In Szada, you can take part in the Carnival Winter Festival on 11 February. You should not miss this festival as the whole program series is free of charge!
What to expect:
– lighting a bonfire
– burning dolls
– costume/mask competition for children
If you are fond of sweets, you might want to pay a visit to the 15th National Carnival Donut Festival in Nagykanizsa between 17 and 18 February. Costume parades, gastronomic competitions, doughnut tastings and fairs, and a galore of cultural programmes make sure that guests have an unforgettable time.
Source: travelo, programturizmus