Local people impress travelers with their cheerfulness and positive attitude. Despite funny and playful nature, they are distinguished by high spirituality. People here devote much time to self-education and cherish all old traditions of their ancestors. Many people call Budapest the city of dance and music as during a year the city hosts numerous national holidays and festivals.
Budapest is a great city for families, who will find here really large selection of high quality entertainment complexes. Do not forget to make a ride on a funicular, which connects Széchenyi Hill...
Perhaps, Revolution Day is the most beloved and cherished holiday. It is celebrated annually on March 15. For several days the city dives into the atmosphere of joy and euphoria. This is the way the inhabitants of Budapest celebrate this great event that took place in 1848. Love to energetic dancing and other entertainments is another feature of the local population. Many citizens prefer spending their leisure time at dancing schools – they are truly not indifferent to this amazing art.
Locals are very friendly. They greet absolutely everyone, even strangers in public transport. Tourists, who face the residents of the city near the entrance of a store or when they decide to visit one of the local coffee houses, should also express a greeting. People in Budapest are very romantic. Guests of the city simply can’t fail to notice their thrilling and caring attitude to their home city, which is also full of charm and friendly to its guests.
Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is often called 'the pearl of the Danube'. The Danube flows through the city and divides it into two parts. The bridge, which connects Buda and Pest, was built...
Autumn in Budapest is full of interesting celebrations. During this period the city is always attended by many travelers. For example, the opening of the Week of Music starts on September 25. During seven days young musicians demonstrate their talents to all guests of the festival. There is an international gastronomic congress in October, which traditionally attracts gourmets and connoisseurs of wine from all over the world. The November’s greatest holiday is Festival of young wine. There are also several interesting celebrations in winter. Tourists will enjoy their trip to the city if they visit Budapest on Christmas Eve, when the city hosts a grand fair trade.