Budapest, the capital of Hungary, ranks among the most beautiful European capitals. Divided by the Danube River, the city amazes guests with luxurious theaters and palaces, medieval quarters, stone bridges and stunning views.
In addition to a rich excursion program, the capital of Hungary also invites guests to take part in various festivals and holidays that take place here regularly throughout the year. In addition, for those who like to party even when nightfalls, Budapest offers an active nightlife with numerous clubs and bars.
Locals are very open and friendly, they are happy to have fun. This is especially noticeable during festivals, at this time people are dancing and having fun on city streets and squares.
August 20 in Hungary celebrate the main public holiday – St. Stephen’s Day. The festival is dedicated to the first Hungarian king, who ascended the throne in 1000. During the festival, carnival processions, music and theatrical performances, fairs take place in the capital.
Another major event is considered the Sziget Music Festival, which takes place in the middle of summer. Within 7 days, musicians and performers from all over the world come to Budapest to perform in front of a multimillion-dollar audience. This fest is considered the most prominent and major musical event in Europe.
In November, the Wine Festival takes place in the Hungarian capital. As part of the event, exhibitions and fairs are held with the participation of Europe’s largest winemakers. In winter, Budapest also hosts many interesting festivals. The largest takes place on Christmas Eve, when light shows, ice sculpture exhibitions, fairs and theatrical performances take place in the city.
Budapest, as well as many European cities, has bright and active nightly entertainment, in which not only local, but also tourists take part.
All the entertainment facilities of the Hungarian capital are collected in one district, in Erzhebetvaros (district 7) in the Jewish Quarter. Here are the most fashionable clubs, cafes and restaurants; are the most fun parties and plays the most popular music.
Budapest offers its guests a variety of entertainment for every taste. This and unusual cafe-clubs with a relaxed atmosphere and homemade wine; and sauna parties with a laser show and foam; and bars on the roof of skyscrapers with the most beautiful views of the night city. Those who are fed up with clubs on the ground can go to the moored A38 floating club located near the Petofi Bridge.
In every club and bar in Budapest, every weekend there is live music performed by popular Hungarian bands and soloists. In each bar, you will find a wide menu of alcoholic cocktails, wines and spirits. In the clubs until the morning noisy parties, which are played by popular DJs, do not stop.