St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Budapest goes green

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The Irish-Hungarian Business Circle is organizing its annual St. Patrickʼs Day parade and festival this Sunday, March 20, starting at Szabadság tér in Budapest from 3 pm and featuring a handful of floats made by school children from recycled materials.

Join hundreds of families as they celebrate alongside Irish dancers and street performers. The event will culminate in an after party at Instant on Nagymező utca featuring over 15 bands, open jam sessions and plenty of food and drink, as well as arts and crafts for kids.

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