Best New Year's Eve programs of Budapest
Posted by Budnews · Dec 31, 2019

These are our 5 favorite programs for the last hours of 2019.

Don't know what to do on the last night on the year? Let us help!

Have a party at Deák Square:

Deák Square is the heart of the city: literally every tourist visits this place. Váci street, Gozsdu court, all kind of bars and ruin pubs are in its neighborhood, and – of course – it’s the most popular free outdoor venue to celebrate New Year’s Eve.

Welcome the New Year on the Danube

Spend the last night of the year on a romantic cruise on the Danube! There are several river cruises on this day with mouth-watering dishes, unlimited drinks, music and unforgettable view of the Danube! Some of them has a specific theme, so everyone can find something great.

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Horse race at Kincsem Park

Budapest's biggest outdoor sporting event turns 20 years old this year. On the last day of the year Kincsem Park awaits with exciting races, concerts and a bustling mood. This special horse race day is the best-known and most visited paid outdoor event in Budapest on New Year's Eve.

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Wine New Year

Welcome champagne, gourmet gala dinner, over 50 wines, star performers and elegant venue: this is Wine New Year, the last big gastronomic event of the year. Guests can choose a 4-course gala dinner, accompanied by 6 wines at this exclusive event. The wine list will include items from the “Winelovers 100 - 100 Best Hungarian Wines” list.

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Aquaparty

Change your evening dress to swimsuit and welcome the New Year in a unique atmosphere: the great New Year’s Eve bath party in the Aquaworld. Besides the water programs, visitors can enjoy fire juggler’s production, laser show, midnight firework, old year farewell sauna seances, tropical pool party with dancers and midnight snacks with free champagne.

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