I hope you all had a good weekend. The workweek has started again, but it is always nice to think about what to do next weekend, isn’t it? If you have not planned anything yet for this weekend, then I have a nice suggestion for you.
8-10 March the 5th Handicraft Fair of Hungarian Flavours will be held in Millenáris Park, B building. The nearest metro stop is Széll Kálmán Tér.
The goal of this Fair is to introduce people to homegrown Hungarian products. You can taste homemade specialties from 150 vendors from around Hungary. The finest cheeses, hams, sausages, jams, honeys, dried fruits, pastas, sweets, fruit juices, wines and pálinkas are just some of the delicacies that you can try. In addition to the pearls of the traditional Hungarian cuisine, there are many interesting entertainment programs. You can see how the delicious products are made, you can do workshops, enjoy folk dances, there is a butter churning stand, a honey spinning stand and there are concerts held in the evening.
If you have kids, you can bring them with you, because it is a nice event for families. There is a children’s corner and there diverse workshops for children. Moreover, your children will love the stand with the many sweets!
Whether you are a local, an expat, studying in Hungary or just here for a holiday, it will be nice to taste the Hungarian culture during this Fair.
Have a nice workweek and maybe I will see you at the Fair! (You will find me eating the many chocolates at the sweets stand)
An adult day ticket costs 1500 ft. For children under 12 years it is free.