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Fall Festivals in Budapest and Around Hungary to Visit



Autumn break is just around the corner – the first breather on the semester. Don’t waste time and start an adventure. You can do it both, in Hungary and in neighbouring countries! October and November are rich in all kinds of festivals: from documentary filmmaking to wine.


We have gathered the most interesting ones that you can visit during your autumn break. Buckle up and get ready for a ride!


Hungary



Dates: November 5 - November 12, 2023. A highlight in Hungary, this event showcases a diverse selection of documentary films from around the world, offering visitors a chance to delve into thought-provoking stories and experiences.


Austria



Dates: October 19 - November 2, 2023.

Just a short train ride away from Budapest, Vienna hosts Viennale, one of the most prominent film festivals in Europe. It offers a comprehensive selection of international and Austrian films, providing a perfect blend of art and entertainment.


Slovakia



Dates: November 3 - November 5, 2023.

An hour's drive from Budapest, Bratislava hosts the Bratislava Jazz Days, a renowned music festival that welcomes jazz lovers from across Europe. There you can enjoy world-class jazz performances in the beautiful Slovak capital.


Serbia



Dates: October 26 - October 30, 2023.

Serbia's capital, Belgrade, hosts the Belgrade Jazz Festival, showcasing a wide range of jazz styles and artists from around the world. While the festival begins in October, it extends into the early days of November, offering a fantastic opportunity for those who appreciate the magic of live jazz music.


Apart from this, there are so many other things to discover in Budapest during the fall break. Make the most out of your week of relaxation, but if you feel like staying in and sleeping until the afternoon – we feel you, and maybe, just maybe, we will even do the same!

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