- Please make sure to preserve the natural environment, and the World Heritage location. Please only throw away waist into the dedicated waste bins. Thank you!
- It is prohibited to engage in any kind of commercial or promotional activities without written permission of the organizers.
- Photos and videos might be taken in any moment during the event. Visitors appearing on the recordings can only be personalized with their permission but they cannot have any other claim towards either the makers of the recordings, or towards the organizers.
- Upon attending Budapest Wine Festival, you acknowledge to comply with the event's house rules. Please make sure to carefully read them here.
- Please take care of yourself, and of each other!
If you would like to visit Budapest Wine Festival:
The festival is organized in the Castle, between September 5 and 8. The event can be visited during its opening hours if you purchase an entry ticket at the entrance. Opening hours:
- Thursday-Friday: 14:00-24:00
- Saturday: 12:00-24:00
- Sunday: 12:00-22:00
Cashiers close one hour before the event closes!
If you would like to visit the Castle only (but not the Festival):
Tourist access to the Castle between September 5 and 8 is only possible in the morning hours until 10:00. Between 10:00 and the opening of the festival, only organizers and exhibitors are allowed to enter. (During the festival’s opening hours, entry is only possible upon purchasing a ticket to the event.)
If you would like to visit the exhibitions of the Hungarian National Gallery:
Access to the National Gallery is constantly ensured. Please go to the ’Koldus Gate’ entrance of the Castle located on Szent György Street. On the left side of the gate, right by the wall of the Castle, there is a separate corridor leading to building ’A’ of the National Gallery. Exhibitions in building ’C’ can also be accessed through building ’A’.
If you would like to visit the National Széchenyi Library:
Please approach the Library directly from the direction of Dózsa György Square, then walking up Palota Way and using the Library’s elevator.
If you would like to visit the Budapest History Museum:
Due to reconstruction the museum will be closed for the general audience but with for visitors of Budapest Wine Festival the permanent exhibitions of the museum will be accessible!