Top things to do in Budapest this weekend

05.04.2019 - 07.04.2019

What is going on in Budapest 🇹🇯 this weekend?💁‍♀️ Check it up here.🙂

📌Sakura Japanese Cherry Trees Festival 🌺🌸
In connection with the flowering of Japanese cherry trees in April, Sakura celebrations will be held in the ELTE Fruit Garden in 2019, during which two consecutive weekends will be held with programs related to Japanese culture. There will be a culinary workshop, a martial arts show, an experience painting, and a manga drawing.

📌Gardrobe market 👗👕
On April 6, he moves back to open air to one of Budapest’s biggest second hand clothes. The Pakold off the Wardrobe Fair will take you to Erzsébet Square, over the Aquarium Club, from 10 am to 5 pm.

📌Spring Walk 🌷🌼
On April 6, Urban Jungle Budapest will organize a spring walk again at the Fulészkert, where Tamás Koltai will lead us through the botanist, while he will also talk about the history of the Garden, the impact of plants on our well-being and the care of houseplants.

📌Spring Market 🌱🌹💐
The April Retail Market will be full of „greening“ in Anker, with flowers, green plants, seedlings, and some fresh produce gastronomy. Of course, natural spring design and beauty products will not be missed out of spring.

📌Oltimer show 🚗
Between April 5th and 7th, the Hungarian Railway Historical Park is once again home to Oldtimer Shown, the largest veteran vehicle event in Central and Eastern Europe. The organizers are once again producing a brand new exhibition material: a multitude of engines and bogie cars over 100 years old, tractors, tanks, buses, trucks and steam locomotives. 500 selected veteran vehicles are presented, with only one copy per vehicle type. There are very rare and valuable copies of the exhibited vehicles, and there will be no missing products from the Comec and the USA.

Find more information and all tips where to go in Budapest at https://eventland.eu/#budapest.

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Budapešť, Maďarsko

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