Kitchen Show, Budapest Aréna, 1 – 3 March

  • 15 Feb 2019 11:42 AM
Kitchen Show, Budapest Aréna, 1 – 3 March
The Kitchen Show is Hungary’s only kitchen-themed event aimed at end consumers who are looking to create their perfect kitchens. Here, kitchen professionals and experts present their latest furniture designs, state-of-the-art small and major appliances and kitchenware to visitors.

Whether you’re planning refurbishment or construction works or you’re simply interested to see the latest trends in kitchen design, Kitchen Show is the place for you.

You will find the leading brands in kitchen design, the latest trends and a wide variety of products to inspire you, and all-day advice services from professionals who can help you realize the kitchen you were dreaming of. Fall in love with your next kitchen at Budapest Arena on March 1-3, 2019.

Tickets: 
Adults: HUF 3,000 / 3,500
Discounted ticket (student, pensioner): HUF 2,000 / 2,500
Family ticket (max. 2 adults + 3 kids) HUF 7,500 / 8,500
Free entry for children under 6 years.

Date and time: 1 – 3 March, 10 am - 6 pm

Venue: 
Budapest Arena
1143 Budapest, Stefánia út 2.

Source & more: konyhakiallitas.hu

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