Budapest Wine Festival Limited 2020

September 10-13, 2020
Buda Castle - Hunyadi courtyard

Limited tickets available until the stock lasts!

Tickets for the Budapest Wine Festival Limited 2020 can only be purchased in advance!

AFTERNOON TICKETS

with exclusive glass and free entry to the Festival in 2021

8500 HUF

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EVENING TICKETS

with exclusive glass and free entry to the Festival in 2021

11900 HUF

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SUNDAY TICKET

with exclusive glass and free entry to the Festival in 2021

8500 HUF

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Wine Festival Limited - A Very Special Vintage

Meet a special edition of Budapest Wine Festival! This year we will welcome our most devoted fans with a smaller-size but high quality event between September 10 and 13 in the Hunyadi Courtyard of the royal Palace. In one of the most fascinating environments of the Hungarian capital you will find premium wines, top gastronomy, and a lounge-like atmosphere for an unforgettable end-of-summer experience. If you buy tickets for this exclusive event, you are also contributing to the long-run survival of the festival, which we will thank you with a surprise wine tasting and free entry to next year's anniversary, 30th edition! It is strongly advised to hurry up and secure one of the few hundred available tickets. Purchases during the festival are cashless, you can only use a FestiPay festival card (available on the spot), or your own contactless bank card.

Exhibitors & Stage

Check out what we offer and plan your day by clicking on the links below.

Exhibitors Stage

Programs

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Programs

Last year's event in photos...

In 2018, the weather was perfect during all four days of the festival. The average daily temperature was 23 degrees Celsius (73 F) and with no wind or rain in sight, visitors enjoyed ideal conditions for wine tasting, filling the courtyards of Buda Castle every day. Relive the best moments through the lense of Zsolt Szigetváry, World Press Photo winner photographer.

... and on video

Almost 44 000 people visited the festival enjoying a plethora of professional and cultural programs. Besides wine tasting, there was a chance to taste various Hungarian dishes, listen to one of the forty concerts of four stages, or to learn about Hungarian wines in a playful way. The program 'Balaton NOW' showed the versatility of Hungary's most colorful wine region.