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Easter Festival In Hollókő, Hungary, 19 - 21 April
Hollókő, the most beautiful gem in the gently rolling Palóc scenery, has been a World Heritage Site since 1987. The embracing slopes of the Cserhát hills have protected the small houses hiding in a valley from the gales of history, so the village has been able to preserve its authentic charm. more »

Easter Events In Budapest & Around Hungary


Easter Events In Budapest & Around Hungary
Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are both public holidays in Hungary, and are packed with fun and feasts for all the family. more »

Street Photo Exhibition Commemorates Holocaust In Budapest


Street Photo Exhibition Commemorates Holocaust In Budapest
A public photo exhibition on the life of Jewish and non-Jewish communities will open outdoors on Budapest’s Corvin Square as part of the programmes commemorating the Holocaust Memorial Year. The photos depict Jews and non- Jews living peacefully side by side “until history and politics interfered”, said the House of Traditions, the organiser. more »

Matyó Easter, Mezőkövesd, Hungary, 19 - 21 April


Matyó Easter, Mezőkövesd, Hungary, 19 - 21 April
Mezőkövesd, in the heart of Matyóland. Matyó people's name can be traced back to King Matthias, who in the 15th century raised Mezőkövesd to the status of royal town. Every year Mezőkövesd offers lots of programs to local residents and of course, to visiting tourists. The Matyó Easter is a three days festival featuring such diverse programs as angling competition, food benediction and folklore events. Reed on for detailed program. more »
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