Budapest Spring & Easter Fair, Városháza Park

  • 5 Apr 2023 7:09 AM
Budapest Spring & Easter Fair, Városháza Park
This year’s Budapest Spring Fair is held in City Hall Park (Városháza Park) and Deák Ferenc Square, decorated with springtime colours, where visitors can browse unique handicraft products and indulge in a selection of food inspired by the upcoming Easter holidays.

The fair, with its stalls packed with quality local handicraft products and catering facilities offering discounted family menus, is open until 16 April.

Budapest is 150 years old this year, and the festive atmosphere is reflected in all the events organised by Hungary’s capital city, including this year’s Spring Fair, which has been designed with young and old in mind.

Throughout the fair, you can visit the exhibition of the finest pieces of the collection of the Art on Egg Museum of Zengővárkony where you can delight in the small ornaments made with different techniques and decorated with a variety of folk-art motifs.

Children can have fun riding the nostalgic carousel, and at weekends the fair is transformed into a real Easter village, with Easter-related family activities, children’s games, craft sessions, and street musicians offering fun and relaxation for all ages.

For more information and programmes visit the Budapest Spring Fair Facebook page.

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