Rosalia Festival — an easy-going welcome of summer, street food and live concerts in the heart of the most famous park of Budapest!

Every September tens of thousands of people visit Buda Castle to celebrate wine at Hungary's greatest wine festival. In the unique setting hundreds of exhibitors showcase their wines from all around Hungary and even from a few foreign countries. Even if you are not the wine expert, the ambience and the programs guarantee an unforgettable time spent in Budapest!


Biggest festival of sweets in Hungary is also an event recorded by the professionals throughout Europe. The sweetest weekend of the year is held at Buda Castle in the middle of September every year since 2011.



The Gourmet Festival is considered to be the most prestigious event on the Hungarian gastro calendar, giving visitors the perfect opportunity to taste some of Hungary’s most renowned chefs’ creations. The event endeavours to provide a comprehensive range of high-end Hungarian cuisine by bringing the general public closer to the country’s best restaurants, wineries, gourmet shops and confectioneries.

The Foie Gras Festival (Libamáj Fesztivál) is a unique culinary event held in Budapest. In addition to the many goose specialties there will be plenty of entertainment for visitors.

Over the past years the Budapest International Wine Festival has truly come of age and is now one of the most prestigious events of its kind in Hungary.

Pálinka, a special type of brandy made from a variety of fruits, is one of the most traditional drinks in Hungary. There are several events that celebrate pálinka but one of the most authentic and well known is the Budapest Pálinka Festival. During this four-day event visitors can taste over 300 different types of pálinka and sample a few Hungarian delicacies to accompany their pálinka all in a truly great atmosphere.