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When to go to Budapest


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The capital of Hungary, because of its central European location and no access to the sea, has a moderate continental climate, which means that summertime can be very hot and wintertime can be quite frosty. The weather in Budapest is mostly quite pleasant and makes people want to come for a visit.

Szentendre


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Szentendre (St. Andrew) is a small, but also an incredibly picturesque town in northern Hungary, located upon the river Danube, to the north from the centre of Budapest.

Recycling Socialism


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‘Recycling Socialism’ was the theme of this year’s Architectural Biennale in Tallinn, held in September. The Tallinn Architecture Biennale is an international architectural and urban forum, where theory and practice, experience and innovation meet, initiating fruitful discussions.

Quarter6Quarter7 Hanukkah Festival


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Subcultures in the Jewish quarter - Quarter6Quarter7 Festival is held for the sixth time in the winter during the Feast of Hanukkah. The Festival is held twice a year, once in April at the Passover, and once in December at the Hanukkah.

Patron Contemporary Art Market


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This year, between 10 and 18 December, the Studio of Young Artists’ Association (FKSE) will organize the special Christmas art fair called Patron for the third time.

New Budapest Gallery


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The first exhibition of the New Budapest Gallery will be opened this week, November 14 at 6 p.m. The exhibition, entitled Budapest Immersion, includes the works of nearly sixty artists and reflects present-day tendencies in art.

I Death By Metal festival


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The first Death By Metal festival will feature performances of a number of domestic and international representatives of the genre.

Endre Rozsda Exhibition at the National Gallery


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Endre Rozsda was a Hungarian-French painter and photographer, but he is best known for his post-impressionist and surrealist paintings. The exhibition at the Hungarian National Gallery, entitled „Embraced by Time”, is commemorating the centenary of the artist's birth.

Contemporary Drama Festival


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Between November 27th and December 2nd, Budapest will host the 11th edition of the Contemporary Drama Festival. The festival is recognized as the most ambitious meeting point in the field of contemporary playwriting in Hungary.

Budapest International Circus Festival


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Between 9 and 13 January, the 10th International Circus Festival will be organized in Budapest. Held every two years, this prestigious festival features world class artists of circus from 18 countries. It is the biggest event of this type in Hungary.

Budapest Fridge Festival


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The annual Fridge Festival will take place between 21-24 November. It is the biggest winter sports festival of the region, combining snow shows and winter sports fair. There will be a spectacular show of snowmobiles (the ski-doos will fly in the air!) as well as live concerts of various bands from Europe and the USA.

Alternative Budapest exhibition


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Peter Kovacs, known as KoPé, shows us an alternative version of Budapest. His "Alternative Budapest" exhibition, is based on a simple idea: shots of iconic places of the capital, with some fantastic motifs from popular science-fiction and catastrophe films but also well-known motifs from pop culture added to them.
 
 
 

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