Visiting the Market Halls of Budapest in September? Enjoy the traditional Hungarian tastes in one of the famous Market Halls of the city when the autumn ripens many nice fruits and brings its harvest.
National Days in September
Check out the special days in September in the biggest Market Hall of Budapest city centre, where you can discover different countries’ culture and culinary arts: National Days in September in Great Market Hall
Market Tours in September
Come and join us on a guided tour in the Market Halls and in the city’s many culinary places to learn more about Hungarian foods and recipes, culinary traditions. or the history and architecture of the Budapest Market Halls. In the upgraded tours you can enjoy tastings of various traditional Hungarian foods & drinks.
If your September stay is longer than a one day quick tour in the city, you may wish to explore Budapest more. It’s a city with many intriguing faces and a lot to offer for its visitors who often fall in love with the city’s romantic and exciting versatility. We have also gathered some other tips for your Budapest visit in September below:
September Things To Do in Budapest
September is a high tourist season in Budapest, perhaps one of the most popular months to visit Hungary . Looking for tips of what to do in Budapest? Check this Budapest travel guide on the following page: September Things to do in Budapest
September Concerts in Budapest
September is a very musical month, all the theatres and concert venues come back from their summer break and start the concert season. For live music, you can visit several bars and open air concert venues too. You can find some of the best Budapest Concerts in September.
September Festivals in Budapest
September is one of the most festival packed months of Budapest when the hot summer days are over and we can enjoy some breezier Indian summer days in the city. Do you wish to go to a nice festival, like the Wine Festival in Budapest in September? See some of the greatest autumn festivals here: September Festivals in Budapest