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This 24 Hour travel pass is valid on the metro, tram, trolley bus, bus and boat in and around Budapest city centre.Daily Travel Pass
It is ideal for visiting residential areas as well as tourist areas.
This web page has been created primarily for those thinking of buying and renting out a property in Budapest whereby they first need to visit some of its main festivals in order to then highlight them to their future potential tenants in the hope of creating a better business and/or better income from them.
One hidden gem about Hungary is the fact it hosts many Wine, Beer, Cultural, Music and Arts & Crafts festivals, among other festivals, throughout the year. Festivals that many people do not know about until they either visit Hungary or meet a Hungarian; which is probably how each festival gets its word-of-mouth reputation.
As Romanians, Austrians, Germans, Polish and other surrounding nations already know of these festivals, through their history with one another, do not assume everyone at these festivals will be Hungarian and British only. Also do not assume the beer festivals are for adults only. Many festivals in general are family orientated too. You can read more about Hungarian festivals on the Information about Hungarian festivalsSzeged Festivals web page.
Sziget Festival, similar to the Glastonbury festival, is one of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe. It is held, between 9th and 16th August 2017 this year, on Obudai-Sziget (Old Buda Island), Budapest, Hungary. A 7 Day pass costs €325 (£277.49).
The events has many beer and food stalls, toilets, campsite and campervan areas.
Each year there are more than 1,000 performances including resident DJs, up-and-coming artists and famous artists. In 2016 496,000 visitors attended from 95 countries. The organisers are the same people who went on to create Balaton Sound (near Lake Balaton), which is an electronic music festival - Held between 5th and 9th July 2017.
The main annual wine festival of Budapest is held on the terraces of Buda Castle (Buda Var) each year whereby this year (2017) it starts on Thursday 7th September and ends on Sunday 10th September. It acts as a showcase for local and international wine makers who sell their various wines to wine connoisseurs as well as to the general public of course. Even if you do not like wine, there are plenty of Arts & Crafts and Hungarian Food stalls to enjoy as well as the Live Music.
NOTE: Wine festivals in Hungary, for local people, are classed as family, cultural and social events. A place to meet up with "Long Lost" Friends and Family Members as well as find new friends. Hence the attendance of young, middle-aged and old people, friends, family members, wine connoisseurs and tourists.
NOTE WELL: Wine festivals are not meant as or promoted as "Drinker's Paradise" simply because Hungarians like to enjoy their food and drink without the need for drunken behaviour and "Lager Louts". Yes, you can enjoy yourself and party, and even get drunk, but Hungarians do not want to see their quiet community life awoken by "A Drunken Englishman Abroad". And if you need an ambulance, don't expect the ambulance and hospital staff to be sympathy. They hate drunkards and resource wasters and therefore will pump you! You have be warned!
The 2017 fish festival is being held at Vajdahunyad Castle this year, between 10th and 12th February, which is home to the Hungarian Agricultural Museum and host to other events throughout the year. So a tourist attraction in its own right.
The fish festival itself is an international showcase of fish where fried, boiled and steamed fish can be sampled and bought. As with many Hungarian festivals, there are also Arts & Crafts, Wine/Beer and Hungarian Food stalls to enjoy as well as the Music.