Imagine bathing in a steaming hot, outdoor spa under a dark winter sky or sipping hot red wine in the glow of thousands of twinkling lights from the Christmas market at the Basilica. Imagine enjoying a hearty Hungarian dinner on the banks of the Danube with the historic Castle District lit up majestically in front of you.Read more
Held between 3–19 October, the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival boasts a new format and image, along with the usual offer of contemporary and progressive art. The events cover a broad range of arts, from classical and pop music through jazz, dance, contemporary music and opera, theatre, and contemporary circus, to literature, the visual arts, and design.Read more
Read the articles published about Hungary in the UK press and media. These can be really useful for planning your own trip as they contain plenty of hints and tips from journalists who have already visited.
Budapest is a city of full of surprises and wonder, with its lively centre, pretty parks, majestic river, tall church spires and lavish spas. One of the most exciting cities in the world, where being bored is not an option.
Debrecen is the second largest city in Hungary, close to the eastern border, 230 km from Budapest. Now that Debrecen has an international airport, it's time to explore the city!
Cultural tourism is important to Hungary and one of the big draws for UK visitors. World-class museums, art galleries and institutions, prestigious festivals, plus smaller traditional festivals throughout the country attract many visitors each year.