Check out the current entry regulations of the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2021.
The annual BudapestPride Parade is taking place on the historical streets of the city today. On this special occasion, check out our brand new LGBTQ+ Budapest guide. Happy Pride!
The strict coronavirus-related restrictions in Budapest are extended until 1st March 2021. The current curfew between 8 pm and 5 am stays in place. The restrictions on entering the country are still active. Here’s what you need to know about the recent changes and ongoing restrictions.
The warmer weather of spring brings its hundreds of forgotten colors of a brightening city!
For decades, the Budapest Advent and Christmas Market has been the highlight of the Advent period in the capital, during which nearly eight hundred thousand visitors a year selected products from Hungarian artisans. Last year, Ryanair chose the Budapest Christmas Market as one of the best festivities in Europe, but this year, due to the epidemic situation, Christmas Markets will not be held in the capital. The tourism organization of the capital therefore helps the masters of the Hungarian Handicraft Association with this unusual online platform before the holidays.
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What makes it a Plus? In addition to the 40+ services included in the BUDAPEST CARD product range for free, you also get an airport transfer, a cruise on the Danube, free admission to Matthias Church, a ride on the Buda Castle Funicular Railway and a chimney cake from Molnár’s, all free of charge.
In addition, you can see over 100 attractions, landmarks, baths and pieces of cultural heritage as well as experience eventful programmes and Hungarian cuisine. Lots of other new discounts are available now ONLY for holders of the BUDAPEST CARD Plus.