7th Budapest Fish Festival moves close to the river

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The seventh Budapest Fish Festival will take place close to Eötvös Loránd University next to the river Danube on February 16-17, according to the Facebook site of the event.

Fried bream (photo: Facebook)

The festival offers, among other things, fish from the main rivers of Hungary, the Danube and the Tisza, and from the lakes Balaton, Tisza, Fertő and Velence.

The aim of the festival is to boost Hungarian fish consumption and strengthen the culture of Hungarian gastronomy. Heated tents, concerts, an amusement park, aquariums, adventure fishing, a giant barbecue and thousands of seats await visitors.

This year’s festival will present bream as its main fish. 

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