Things to do in Budapest this weekend. The weekend’s almost here and you still don’t know what you’re going to do?? Here are some tips on things to do this weekend in Budapest.
?Nutella & Pancake Valentine Day?
Alcoholic, non-alcoholic cocktails and amazing Nutella’s dishes are waiting for you! In addition to all these Nutellas delicacies, you can also taste the must-have pancakes.
A tulip sale is being held at Plante from 14 to 16 February. Besides many kinds of tulips, you can buy other bulb plants as well, such as daffodils and hyacinths, all from local producers.
?Carnival party at the Elevenpark?♂️
Dress up as your favourite fairy tale character, your superhero … or whatever you like, and we’ll give you a little gift! Face painting, mica tattoos and similar surprises await you on February 15th!
Now in its fifth year, the Serfőző Indoor Beer Festival allows you to indulge in unlimited beer tasting. Between 14-15 February, the Hotel Gellért also hosts a five-course beer dinner with excellent food and beer specialties prepared by head chef Gábor Müntz. On Sunday, the event ends with an all-you can-eat Beer Brunch.
?Valentine´s Day- Romantic Dinner?
Spend Valentine’s Day at the top of the city bar with delicious food and sassy cocktails. Toprum offers a romantic dinner for two to make this day special.
?Valentine’s Day chocolate making?
Chocolate making not only for couples. From tempering to decoration, we make wonderful bonbons with delicious fillings in a gift box. In addition to bonbons, you can also make chocolate lollipops and spicy chocolate. Lots of chocolate, happy mood!
⚱️Take a pottery class for two?
Local ceramicist Ksenia Wallenstein is offering a pottery session for couples this Valentine’s Day, inspired by the intimate scene in Ghost, starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore. The workshop lasts for three hours, in which wheel-throwing and hand-building techniques will be taught, with a break in between for coffee. Cups, bowls, vases, plates, sculptures, soap dishes – anything can be created, and each couple will leave with at least four finished pieces.
Borjour Magnum is the largest indoor wine-tasting event of the year in Hungary with 100 products from more than 200 wineries available for tasting and purchase. In 2020, the event is expanding to three buildings at the Millenáris, with a special focus on Cabernet Franc.
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? ig: Zoltan Gabor