Budafok Champagne & Wine Festival, Budapest, 3 - 4 September

  • 1 Sep 2016 12:45 PM
Budafok Champagne & Wine Festival, Budapest, 3 - 4 September
The XXII. district of Budapest, Budafok-Tétény, says goodbye to the summer with champagne and wine between 3 - 4 September, just like every year. Visitors can also try a wide variety of streetfood as well.

The festival represents millenary traditions. Many-many years ago, with the extraction of stone it became obvious that it would be perfect to store wine in the cellars.

Thanks to the practised keepers of Jenő Savoyai’s property, the culture of grapes and wine production started to flourish in the XVIII. century. Budafok became the centre of Hungary’s wine trade in the XIX. century.

The legendary figure of champagne production, József Törley, also started his factory there.

Open:
Saturday 3 Sept : 10:00 – 02:00
Sunday 4 September  10:00 – 22:00

What you will find:
Hungarian wines and champagnes
Street Food
Four music stages: Hungarian Jazz, pop, folk, World music, etc.
Activities for children all day long
Wine cellars open for visits with direct bus shuttle service

How to get there from the city center:
Bus: 33, 58, 114, 133E, 141, 158, 213, 214, 241, 241A, 250, 250B, 251, 251A
Tram: 47, 56
Night Bus: 941, 973
Train (from Deli Station or Kelenfold Station): Budafok Station

Detailed program and further info: budafokiborfesztival.hu

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