Flower Carnival in Debrecen

Debrecen has organised the Flower Carnival since 1966 and it has grown into one of the most popular festivals not only of the city but of Hungary as well. In the beginning only Hungarian groups participated, but after a few years foreign groups were also invited. Now the carnival is a spectacular event with beautiful flower cars and dance groups coming from Debrecen, her sister cities and other countries as well.
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Hungary event highlights 2016

Hungary hosts a lots of annual festivals and events. Here are the highlights of the 2016 event calendar:
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HUNGARY'S BRAND IMAGE FILM WINS AN AWARD IN CANNES!

The Hungarian Tourist board and the State Opera House were among the winners at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2014, a prestigious gala ceremony honouring achievements in corporate audiovisual productions. Watch the recent Tourist Board campaign film "Hungary, more than expected" and find out more about how it won a silver Dolphin award!
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Explore the regions of Hungary
Hungary The Puszta and Lake Tisza Eger-Tokaj Wine Region Budapest and Surroundings Balaton Pannonia

DEBRECEN, THE CALVINIST ROME

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!

Hungary in the UK media

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 & SURROUNDINGS

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.

CULTURE

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.

WINE & GASTRONOMY

The winds of change have swept through Hungarian kitchens over the past years, and even though we still love traditional flavours, we're increasingly open to fresh creations.
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