Are you wondering how to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Budapest? Here are some activities and recommendations to help you do just that!
If you want to cozy up to the one you love while doing something special, we have some options for you!
Wine Tasting: Did you know that Hungary is famous for its wines? Sample some of the best as you’re led through a tasting by one of the cozy wine bars’ friendly professionals. Candlelight is optional, but can definitely be arranged.
Cocktail Making Lesson: You’ll be teamed up with an experienced cocktail host to create 4 cocktails each, which of course, you’ll get to enjoy afterward. You’ll not only have fun, but you’ll learn how to make some classics to spice up date night for years to come!
Axe Throwing: This is the perfect activity for those of you who like a little friendly competition. See who can hit the first bullseye as you let the axes fly! Afterwards, toast to your union at the craft beer bar upstairs!
Want to make your night last even longer? Find more ideas in our article, Budapest for couples.
Now, let’s talk flowers! If you’re keen on picking up any flowers, know that a flower shop is called a virágbolt, so keep an eye out for these! There are whimsically decorated ones like Arioso on Király (which also has a tasty cafe), or smaller stalls that you’ll pass on the streets, often close to main transport hubs like Jászai Mári Tér or Deák.
Of course, how can you celebrate Valentine’s Day without indulging your sweet tooth? One of the greatest delights of Valentine’s Day is giving or receiving something sweet–or even better–going out to eat it together! Specialty sweet shops have popped up all over Budapest. Here are some to consider!
It’s time to make a toast to your love! We’re a big fan of Budapest’s ruin bars, but Valentine’s is a special occasion! Start or finish your night with a view at one of Budapest’s divine rooftop bars. Here are a few you can start with! Just make sure to make a reservation!
Now you have some ideas of ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Budapest! Enjoy your day celebrating love in this city we love so much!