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Shows, concerts and cultural attractions Budapest is always buzzing. Each week, we gather all of the important happenings taking place in our favourite city so you can plan ahead. Get involved!
To the glee ofStar Warsfans, aninteractive exhibitionopened in downtown Budapest. TheTravelling Galaxy, consisting of pieces from a private collection, displays hundreds of authentic maquettes, models and life-sized puppets familiar from the films (mainly from the original trilogy). The exhibition is for all ages, and according to the plans, the current collection can be visited until theend of March 2023, and you can even have a sneak peekhere.
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Join Tex-Mex City gastro fest at Tereza
This Saturday, you can be a part of a trulyspecial gastronomic and cultural experiencein downtown Budapest.TEX refers to Texas and MEX refers to Mexico, which is quite the giveaway for the fact that you can taste specialities with anAmerican-Mexican fusion.Expectburrito, empanada, enchilada, fajita, guacamole, jalapenos, nacho, salsa, taco, tortilla, and aspecial menu. On Thursday,live musicwill be played by theAndrew Ace Band.
Enjoy techno beats at this underground party
The fusion ofLunar, Spontan and Lternitwill transport you to a different dimension atAkvrium Klub, reviving incredible energies. Techno beats are guaranteed asthe line-up includesParalich,Janett,George Jr.,Ratkay,Kalmikvcs,Richie b2b Slaager, andViktor Bondar. Get ticketshere.
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Csepel Ice Parkis kind of a big deal. It is also a crowd favourite and for a reason: it boasts a total of 2,000 m² of ice. Also, its 3 rinks are connected by a cool ice corridor, where you can even dance this Saturday. Starting at 6 pm, their disco on ice party comes with DJs, a laser and a fire show. It might be a little further away from the city centre, but will be worth the trip.
Get ready for some serious beer tasting at the I. Craft Beer Budapest 2023
The bars ofBudapests craft breweriesarranged a big celebration for21January. You can visit 9 venues, chat with the brewers, and have thefirst glass of house beer at half-price.If you collect the stamps at all the locations, you will be rewarded with a Craft Beer Budapest T-shirt.
Located in the city centre, theCat Museum Budapesthas a special exhibition where Macaco, Candy, Leonardo, Cicero, Simba, Neytiri, Maya, and Pirate are waiting for your arrival and are always ready for a play or a purr. Youll leave the site wanting totake at least three of them home, which of course you cant, as the museum is their home, but you can always come back for another cuddle. The cats arevery friendly, seek human contact, cuddleand push their heads to you, almost asking to be petted. None of them scratch or bite, and although they run around a lot,all eight are remarkably calm.See other family-friendly activitieshere.
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Fill your shopping basket at a farmers market
Nestled in the hills of Buda,Czak Kertsfarmers market comes with an array of local producers and the chefs famoussweet steamed bun(gőzgombc).And the list goes on with the usual delicacies: such as goats cheese, sourdough bread, organic fruit and veggies, flowers, jams and smoked meats. The market starts at 9 am on Sunday, and you are welcome to have breakfast or lunch at thebistro.
End your week withyoga and wellnessonJanuary 22nd at the beautifulMystery Hotel Budapest. After 60 minutes of flow yoga, you can enjoy the hotelsSecret Garden Spafor three hours.Sign up by sending an email toyog. If you miss the registration for the class, you can still visit thespaas it is open to everyone.
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See amazing abstract art at the Museum of Fine Arts
TheMuseum of Fine Artsscabinet exhibition pays tribute to the painterSimon Hantaï, born in Hungary a hundred years ago and attaining world fame while in France. The sixty or so displayed works include two dozen hitherto unknown modernist masterpieces by the artist.