The Hungarian capital city, Budapest is a new travelling sensation. The place is made of nostalgic moments of history, perfection architecture, fine sights and shopping opportunities. The people of the place know how to enjoy life so you will always end up at some fine festival, no matter in which season you will visit. Budapest has tons of things to offer and here are the tricks to choose your perfect vacation time.
Here are the tips on the best time to visit Budapest – Best season & months to travel based on weather, things to do, low cost & less crowd.
December – February
The winters of the place are chilly and you are totally into winters, you shouldn’t miss the snowfall of the place. Though the winter is off-season, the place offers you some fine winter shots. You can also be part of Christmas celebration and stroll through the Christmas markets. You can enjoy the Budapest Dance Festival of the place.
March – May
Spring of the place brings life and happiness to the place. As it’s not the peak season, your budget is going to bless you due to affordable hotel rents and cheap flights. The charming weather of the place is perfect to enjoy some of the festivals like Budapest Dance Festival, Macaron Day, Budapest Spring Festival, Budapest100, Rosalia Festival and OTP Bank Gourmet Festival.
June – August
Summer makes the place busiest. The place really celebrates summer with the events based on culture, music and arts like Budapest Summer Festival, Danube Carnival, Budapest Pride, Vajdahunyad Castle Summer Music Festival and Festival of Folk Arts. Due to the high flow of tourist, the prices are higher and you might spoil your vacation if you don’t have advance bookings.
September – November
Falls of the Budapest makes the place more gorgeous. Visiting during this time will let you enjoy some fine festivals along with mesmerising views. Make sure that you enjoy events like Jewish Cultural Festival, Budapest Wine Festival, Sweet Days Chocolate and Candy Festival, Oktoberfest Budapest and Design Week Budapest.
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