Autumn in Budapest: Check out these programmes for September!
Autumn is here, and Budapest offers many programmes for September. If you like beer, street food, or horse races, you will definitely find something you would like to take part in from this list!
Szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu has collected some acivities and programmes for September in Budapest. Check out the list below!
Budapest Wine Festival
Between 8-11 September, the Budapest Wine Festival takes place in the Buda Castle. “This year, we are waiting for you with new areas, programmes, and surprises to spend some admirable days in a truly stylish environment in the company of your favorite wines. The genuine festival vibe will be complemented by exhibitors from all around the national wine regions, rich gastronomy, Hungarian pop, the world, and folk music concerts,” reads their Facebook page. For more information, you can also visit budapestwinefestival.com.
Kincsem+ International Horse and Greyhound Competition & Food Truck Show
If you are a fan of horse races, you should definitely visit Kincsem Park this September between 9-11. However, this is not an ordinary horse race! While you are watching the competition, you can try out the delicacies from the food trucks. From pancakes with chocolate and banana to mexican food, you can find anything. In addition, this programme is a perfect choice for the whole family. Read more about the event here!
Horse race at Kincsem Park. Photo: Facebook/Kincsem Park – Nemzeti Lóverseny
No matter if you are vegan or not, this event is recommended for all diets! Although the foods will be vegan, you might be surprised by how delicious they are. You can purchase vegan specialities such as cheese, cookies, sandwiches, chili sauces, handmade vegan soaps, creams and toiletries, zerowaste products, dried fruit blocks, grain slices, vegan bonbons, hamburgers, raw cakes and slices, fine syrups, smoothie, salty appetisers and lubricious goodies.
Nothing better than an end-of-season beer festival! The Corvin Beer Festival takes place on 21-25 September on the Corvin Promenade. More than 30 exhibitors with nearly 150 types of beer on tap and in bottles from all over the world await visitors. Beer selection will include German, Checz, Hungarian and Belgian beers.
On 24 September, you can take part in Urban Jungle Budapest’s latest herb garden walk. The leader of the walk is Nóra Hadobás, founder of UJB, permanent author of BBC GoodFood Magazine. At this event, you can get to know plenty of plant-based gastro stories, especially Hungarian ones. In addition, the walk also includes 3-5 small tastings per person.