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Here comes the sun: Travel exhibition 2019

Sights

The yearly International Travel Exhibition and Boat Show will run this February 21-24 at the Hungexpo Budapest Fair Center (1101 Budapest, Albertirsai út 10). Three hundred exhibitors from 30 countries will present their offerings, with Algeria and Bács-Kiskun County the guests of honor this year. 

Among other attractions, the biggest travel show in Hungary boasts an "Active Island," where visitors have a fun opportunity to discover the most beautiful parts of Hungary virtually.

The National Castle and Fortress Program will be the cultural focus, where visitors can learn about new projects, presenting tourist destinations in Hungary. The Karavan Salon will present a large selection of the newest caravans.

The country’s biggest boat show will present 110 boats from 83 exhibitors, with Fertő Lake on the border of Hungary and Austria the special guest.

Since January 1, 2019, events at the Hungexpo Budapest Fair Center are cashless, where everything must be paid for by card, including the entrance fee. The only exceptions are a few exhibitors’ stalls, where visitors can still use cash.

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