With our Travel Advisor service you get to know all that Budapest can offer. Tamás spent more than 10 years in the top hotels of Budapest as a Chief Concierge. He enjoyed satisfying all the guests’ needs and decided to found a company, Welcome to Budapest, so that he can provide the same service not only for those who stay in one specific hotel, but for everyone visiting Budapest.

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Christmas is inevitably coming, which means it’s time for the Budapest Christmas Fair!

The Budapest Christmas Fair and Festival is a free-entry event traditionally held at Vörösmarty Square in the heart of Pest, and has 122 cottage-like wooden vendor stalls, whose products are selected and approved a special jury of folk art experts. The two outdoor stages will host concerts and dance house performances during the one and a half month festival. You can also choose from a wide range of traditional Hungarian Christmas foods and fair delicacies on a 1200 m2 terrace, and visit the show kitchen in the Hütte Bistro in front of Gerbaud Cafe where each week will revolve around a different theme.

The fair will be open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve as well. If you’d like to learn more about Christmas Fairs in Budapest, book our More Than a Transfer service, and we will happily tell you further details!

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