Book a Budapest Boutique Hotel for the Spring Festival

Book a Budapest Boutique Hotel for the Spring Festival

Amy Van De Casteele

The Hungarian capital of Budapest will be hosting its annual Spring Festival from 21 March to 6 April. The country’s premier cultural event, the festival is an arts and music extravaganza which features performances of opera, jazz, folk music and much more. If you want to attend, let help you book a Budapest boutique hotel for the Spring Festival.

Downtown, the Royal Park Boutique Hotel Budapest provides comfortable 4 star accommodation in a prime location just 15 kilometres from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport while Carat Hotel is another 4 star hotel boasting chic, modern guest rooms, a conference room and Jacuzzi a. In Angyalfold in the heart of the city you will find Marmara Hotel Budapest. This sophisticated 4 star establishment offers well-appointed guest rooms, a car rental service and business centre to ensure all your travel needs are accommodated.

This year marks the Spring Festival’s 34th edition and the event will also be celebrating the 133rd birthday of famed Hungarian musician Béla Bartók, commemorating his talent with a series of concerts such as the Bartók Stravinsky Evening at the Palace of Arts, during which the Hungarian National Philharmonic will be playing Stravinsky’s Orpheus and Bartók’s The Wooden Prince.

Some of the other events you will be able to attend as part of the festival include the Russian National Orchestra playing Rachmaninoff and Scriabin, as well as I Musici di Roma performing Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons and several of his concertos.

Lovers of the theatre will be delighted to catch the National Theatre’s premiere of Hamlet and Caragiale’s Carnival, performed in Romanian, and if you adore opera you won’t want to miss seeing Strauss’s Arabella, Korngold’s Die tote Stadt and the Hungarian premiere of Handel’s Hercules.

The Spring Festival programme will also feature folk dance performances, a special series of entertainments for children and several fascinating art exhibitions such as the 30th Hungarian Exhibition of Press Photography and Muses on Theatre Square. In between concerts and shows, don’t miss the chance to explore Budapest itself. This historic capital is blessed with its fair share of cultural attractions, including the majestic Royal Palace on Castle Hill, the Fisherman’s Bastion and the old Jewish Quarter.

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