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Budapest Spring Festival March-April The largest and most prestigious cultural festival in Budapest attracts many classical music, opera and jazz fans from all around the world.
The festival has developed into one of Europe's major cultural events with a series of opera, concert, ballet and theatrical performances.

Budapest Pálinka Festival May  The Budapest Pálinka Festival is a unique gastronomic event where visitors can taste over 300 different types of pálinka, a special Hungarian type of brandy. 
World Dog Show May The Federation Cynoligique Internationale organizes the FCI World Dog Show every year  Organizers are inviting all the visitors with warm wishes for the Show where many related events and a great variety of programs will be held.
Buda Castle Beer Festival June  The 4-day festival brings almost 200 domestic and international beer types to beer-lovers. Well known breweries along with lesser-known microbreweries will be at the Royal Palace in Buda to showcase their products. German, Czech and Belgian beers will also be represented among many other nations' best brews.
Sziget Festival August Sziget Festival is renown all around the world for its perfect island venue on river Danube. Besides this, you just can’t miss the chance to discover Budapest.
Formula 1 Hungarian
Grand Prix
July The Formula 1 Magyar Nagydij is held at the Hungaroring Grand Prix Circuit near the small town of Mogyoród, 18 km northeast of Budapest.
Summer Festival
July-August The festival, including the greatest variety of programs during the summer, which offers all kind of programs to both domestic and foreign visitors in Budapest.
Celebration of the states founding and the constitution August Gellért hill, Citadella, Pesti rakpart
28. Nike Budapest Half Marathon September Run on a picturesque course along the Danube!
Distances: 21 km, 21 km in pairs, Fun Run
Course leads through the centre of Budapest, through the famous Andrassy Boulevard and the Chain Bridge!
Jewish Summer Festival August–
The world-famed festival of European magnitude has made its first and most important goal to introduce Jewish culture to the widest circle of audience possible, and to highlight the importance of peaceful cultural coexistence with the diversity of programs.
28. Spar Budapest International Marathon October More than 4300 runners only on the marathon distance!
Come and admire the panorama of the capital from both banks of the river Danube, see the bridges over the river while you run either when crossing them or when running under them!
Café Budapest Contemporary Art Festival October Known for the past 20 years as Budapest Autumn Festival and recently renamed to Café Budapest, this festival celebrates the creative talent and achievements of contemporary art. During the festival Budapest’s cultural life comes alive with artists and works of contemporary art.
Advent Concerts and Palace Days in the Gödöllő Royal Palace November–
The Royal Palace of Gödöllő also celebrates this most intimate time of the year. We offer a great number of events: special visits, performances and craft workshops are organised for children, for adults there are Christmas concerts and opera performances.
Budapest Christmas Market december Each year, from the end of November to the end of December, Vörösmarty Square is transformed into the annual Budapest Christmas Market. Visitors can browse over 100 stands offering unique Christmas-themed arts and crafts.

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Congratulations! With the opening of this nice place from your very first guests.
A couple from the Netherlands.

A szobák szépek, az ágyak hatalmasak és kényelmesek otthon sem tudok ilyen jót aludni. A reggeli bőséges és finom, az ellátás barátságos.
Egy házaspár Nagykanizsáról.

Budapest is a lovely city. It is very vibrant with lots of place to visit and enjoy.

The Guesthouse is well located, being located close to the Metro, trams and buses, learn to use them as soon as possible as it will save time and get you to anywhere you want to go.

Sightseeing musts:
1.)   The Castle and its surrounds in Buda. Super views.
2.)   The No2 tram along the riverbank.
3.)   A cheap way to cruise the river is by local ferry from Boráros tér by Petőfi bridge to Margit Island. The island is very interesting and pretty.
4.)   Visit the Jewish synagogue and Museum. (only 10-15 minutes walk from the Guesthouse)
5.)   Go to the City Park and Heroes Square. (Take the yellow metro line form the Oktogon.) It is quaint and the oldest mainland Europe.
6.)   Take the HÉV train from Batthyany tér to Szentendre. Lots to see there but do make sure to visit the Margit Kovács Museum. (An outstanding sculptress and ceramicist)


There are hundreds of restaurants catering for a wide range of tastes and budgets.

Try the Spoon restaurant (riverboat) and the New York cafe (not for annoy but the wine is very expensive – coffee and beer much cheaper.

The Guesthouse is a super place to have as a base. It is attractively furnished with spaciory bedrooms.

Judit is a lovely person, very interesting, helpful and pleasant. Do try her scrambled egg and bacon. Thank you Judit for your kindness  warmth  help.

Brian, Joyce +Paul



Budapest Guestrooms is a fantastic place to stay, close to the local transport which can get you around Budapest. The rooms have everything you need and the service and the hospitality is excellent. Nothing was too much trouble and we will be recommending to friends and family.

Thank you for a fantastic stay.

Neil, Emőke, Sophia.

St Neots, England.