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In what month will you travel to Budapest? Get help planning the trip of your dreams with these monthly guides, which provide information on events and weather in Budapest throughout the year. Also get important tips to make your visit successful.

Budapest in january

Get the year off to a good start with a trip to Budapest in January. Enjoy an afternoon in Budapest’s European-style cafes if the air gets too cold when you’re out of the Hungarian capital.

Budapest in February

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Budapest with a romantic dinner, a concert or just a bottle of fine Hungarian wine. This romantic destination is perfect for couples who will find many memories to make in the city center.

Budapest and marzo

The Budapest Spring Festival ushers in this colorful season as the city sheds the cold of winter. Get into the spirit by attending the fair at Plaza Vorosmarty. Consider taking a tour of the Parliament Building (buy tickets in advance) and visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral, both important to Hungarian history.

Budapest en abril

April is a great month to travel to Budapest. The summer rains are yet to come, and the pleasant spring weather makes sightseeing enjoyable. The landscaped squares, the flowering trees and the activity that accompanies the warmer weather show that Budapest comes alive even before the peak travel season hits.

Budapest in may

You can enjoy the famous fruit brandy, Hungarian palinka all year round, but the Budapest Palinka Festival, which brings together palinka makers from all over Hungary, comes to town during the month of May. Try different palinkas and try other traditional Hungarian food and drinks.

Budapest in June

June is one of the rainiest months in Budapest, but their calendar of events is packed. Visit the Summer Festival on Margaret Island or the National Gallop, which celebrates Hungary’s horse riding heritage.

Budapest in July

If you like warm weather, July is a good month to travel to Budapest. Summer festivals attract visitors to the capital from all over Europe and the world.

Budapest and agosto

The Sziget Festival, one of the largest music festivals in Europe, takes place in August in Budapest, and the Summer Festival on Margaret Island begins to wane.

Budapest in September

Budapest’s September calendar of events features a Jewish festival, a Baroque festival, and the food and entertainment festival known as Szeptemberfeszt. Also visit an international wine festival, where local and other wines will be available to taste: Hungary’s wine regions produce a good range of different wines that are worth trying.

Budapest in October

Autumn comes to an end in Budapest during the month of October, but the beginning of the month still offers pleasant weather for sightseeing. Consider a visit to the thermal baths to avoid the fall chill or take a walk in the countryside to see the fall leaves.

Budapest in November

November in Budapest is good for buying Christmas gifts and enjoying cozy dinners in restaurants serving traditional Hungarian cuisine. At the end of November the annual Christmas market opens, a great source of souvenirs and traditional crafts.

Budapest in December

December in Budapest is a time to celebrate Christmas and the arrival of the New Year. Both holidays are well enjoyed in the Hungarian capital, and the city offers many activities for the visitor. The Christmas market offers a great opportunity to shop for homemade crafts and gifts, and hot mulled wine is a favorite drink served in restaurants and coffee shops.

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