February 9, 2024 09:12

February in Hungary is known as "farsang," featuring unique traditions such as costume parades and the remarkable Busójárás festival. Fun costumes, delicious treats, and an unforgettable weekend with the scary masked busós all contribute to chasing away the cold weather.

December 21, 2023 11:15

As the holiday season is upon us, we wanted to take a moment to send our warmest wishes to you!

August 7, 2023 10:31

Food is a vital part of both life and culture, so to make the best out of discovering Hungary, we suggest you trying the delicious and diverse flavours of Hungarian cuisine too. As a Hungarian tradition, each August “The Cake of Hungary” contest is also organized, find out which cake has been the winner this year!

May 4, 2023 11:38

Hungary has achieved outstanding success in many sports over the past decades. Our athletes among others, have won multiple Olympic gold medals. On 6 May 1875, the Hungarian Athletics Club organised its very first outdoor sports competition of both Hungary and Europe. To commemorate the occasion, we have celebrated Hungarian Sports Day on this day since 2000.

March 14, 2023 14:16
On the 15th of March 1848, a Revolution started in Budapest. While many politicians became central figures in the events, an already famous writer became the face of the uprising. Sándor Petőfi was born 200 years ago and became a symbol of the Hungarian nation’s struggle for freedom and independence.
February 6, 2023 09:53
The annual ritual of Busójárás dates back hundreds of years, celebrating the end of the winter and the beginning of spring. The UNESCO-recognised event lasts approximately one week in the small town of Mohács, located in southern Hungary, near the city of Pécs. This year the carnival will take place between 16-21 February. Learn more about Busójárás, one of the most famous Hungaricums.

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