The most widely celebrated spring holiday in Europe is Easter.
Whether you mark the occasion in a religious manner or take advantage of the long weekend, Budapest remains the choice destination to spend quality time with your nearest and dearest.
Easter Feast at ÉS Bisztró – Family Table is laid on Easter Sunday, 9 April, serving seasonal specials
Easter delicacies as a takeaway in our ÉS Deli: Baked biscuit ‘Easter rabbit’, Easter Brioche with cooked egg, Easter ham roll, Brioche sandwich stuffed with aged Easter ham, arugula, pickled cucumbers, mustard and fried onions, Cream cheese mousse with carrot cake, Homemade eggnog truffle, Chocolate lollipop
Spring Treatment at Kempinski The Spa – Time for spring cleaning, rejuvenation and recharging in style.
For even more joy, look at our Easter Break in Budapest offer and book your accommodation in downtown Budapest online. You can also contact Reservations directly on +36 1 429 3375 or at [email protected]
Budapest Spring Fair
Another staple in the smorgasbord of Budapest fairs is setting up shop on a regular, annual basis: the Spring Fair stocks its stalls in the public space in front of City Hall to please and tease all those fascinated with traditional design knickknacks and collectables. The fair is complete with cultural diversions.
Hungarian Open Air Museum, Szentendre
This quaint Danube-side village is not just home to an old Serbian Orthodox church and romantically colourful winding streets, as its village park, Scansion, will, over Easter, become home to an Easter Festival. Complete with traditional egg painting, a spring awakening and a bunny fest, the festival aims to revive old customs related to spring’s most symbolic celebration.
Hollókő’s Easter Festival celebrates the joy of life, reviving traditions long forgotten to mark the occasion. Enjoy cultural diversions, presentations of traditional folk customs and regional “Paloc” culinary treats against the backdrop of Hollókő’s famous peasant houses and cobbled streets. There will be special programmes for children, while adults will busy themselves pouring well water over women dressed in their best traditional embroidered outfit – an old Easter custom to make sure women won’t wilt.
Train History Park
The history of locomotives comes alive in Europe’s biggest such thematic park, Vasúttörténeti Park. Apropos of Easter, the park will hold a day of diversions titled “Easter Bunny Hunt”.
Don’t hesitate to seek advice or assistance from our multilingual Clef d'Or member concierge team when you’re looking for dining reservations, opera and concert tickets, transport or other information you might require during your stay. They’re available at your service on +36 1 429 3391 or at [email protected].