See What Happened @ Christmas Fair At Vörösmarty Square In Budapest

  • 23 Dec 2013 8:02 AM
See What Happened @ Christmas Fair At Vörösmarty Square In Budapest
When the winter is coming everbody is awaiting the christmas time to spend time with friends, relatives and family. Of course also finest traditionall foods, teas and mulled wine.The Christmas fair on Vörösmarty Square is often thought of as the single Christmas market in the city but Budapest has of course more fiars, but Vörösmarty Square is the oldest, richest and the most spectacular of all the Christmas markets in town.

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Handmade gift stalls display fantastic handmade things like cups, plates, souvenirs, and much more, which are selected and approved by special a jury of folk art experts. When going to this fair you will dive into lovely smell of cinnamon pastries (Chimney Cake), sausages, mulled wine, grilled vegetables, street snacks like Langos, dodolle and much more finest traditional foods. On two stages every day from 17.00 till 20.00: folk, jazz, world music concerts, dance house performances entertain visitors to the fair. On weekend mornings a puppet show will be on stage; to delight families with children.

This Christmas fair does not have the usual dazzling commercial mall lights you can see on many places, you won’t see supersized Santa Clauses either. All the lights and decorations are more toned down, which gives the fair a wonderful nostalgic atmosphere. The atmosphere is being complemented by historical, most of them date back to the 19th century. There are also festive light painting performances on Cafe Gerbeaud house.

The Christmas Fiar at Vörösmarty Square is welcoming everybody from 27. November - 23. December 2013 10.00 - 22.00 o’clock, 24. December 10:00 – 14:00 and 27. December - 31.December from 10:00 – 22:00.

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