Although the wide array of gastronomical experiences is a promising opportunity in itself, the abundance of events and activities at the Budapest Wine Festival make it even more special. A special meeting of wine and culture takes place here, with performances from the most popular Hungarian world music ensembles, alongside folk music, jazz and even folk dance.
Of course, the Budapest Wine Festival organisers have also thought about visitors who are less keen on musical attractions. You can enjoy your chosen dish in a calm environment at set tables, and can even expand your knowledge: listen to up-to-date lectures relating to wine tasting from renowned experts at the Wine University, while Taste of Hungary helps to navigate the wines in the ‘confusion of abundance’. At Pár Borpár (Wine Pairing) you can discover exciting differences between wines and, if you feel like testing your skills, you can do so at the Butlers Wine Quiz Bar.
We have other good news: if you feel like you want to visit the festival, you don't have to leave the children at home – the Budapest Wine Festival awaits the little ones with crafts activities and other playful events.