19-21 September 2014, Buda Castle
Sweet Days Budapest is Hungary’s most important chocolate and sweets festival, featuring the best-known artisan and chocolate manufactures, confectionaries and well-known world brands. Sweet Days is more than just another “choco festival”; it is indeed the largest Hungarian event of the sweets industry. With its nearly one hundred thematic exhibitors and 30 thousand visitors, Sweet Days is Europe’s fifth largest chocolate and sweets festival at the moment. Each year the festival has a venerated professional guest of honour from abroad. Its main patron is the chairperson of the Association of Hungarian Confectionary Manufacturers. In addition to the professional programs, workshops and courses held during the day, entertaining family programs, popular music bands and performers ensure a whole day’s program. Besides the delicious sweets, the gastronomic offer of the festival is made complete by dishes from renowned restaurants, noble wines and excellent drinks. It is the sweetest gastronomic and cultural program in Hungary.
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Visit the Heroes’ Square on 19-21st September and get to know the Hungarian equestrian traditions!National Gallop presents over 1000 years of the Hungarian history. This event is the reinvention of our ancient culture and equestrian traditions.
Three days of horseback action, traditional dishes, drinks and Hungarian folk art. Hungary’s vibrant history will be revived right before your eyes.
Starring are: galloping horses, equestrian sports, cavalry and cavalrymen.
During the event, Heroes’ Square will be transformed into a racetrack with 6200 square meters of special equine-friendly sand. Young jockeys, modern-day hussars are on horseback. 250 horses!!! Hooves are pounding, dirt is flying, the crowd is cheering. It’s atmosphere is undescribable.
We aim to change Budapest’s most beautiful main square and it’s surroundings into a little Hungary, where Hungarian and foreign visitors obtain an experience that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. We would like to see more and more foreign visitors at this event, so that they can take home a good impression of Hungary. Come out, see and taste Hungary!