{Taste Hungary} Culinary Walking Tour

by Admin on March 10, 2023

Budapest Mom Carolyn Banfalvi is not only a mother to three beautiful children but runs a successful Budapest-based tour company specializing in food, wine, and market tours in Budapest and Hungary. We are thrilled to have Taste Hungary sponsoring Budapest Moms (ahem, see that nice ad to the right, click on it lots please) AND that they are offering this very special tour:

{Just for Budapest Moms…and friends!}

Saturday March 24th {10am-­2pm}

This food, wine, and cultural walking tour explores one of Budapest’s most delicious and charming neighborhoods. It will give you a taste of the traditional side of Hungarian cuisine, as well as the modern side and the artisan producers and specialty food shops, which are adding spice to Budapest’s food scene. The tour begins at the Central Market Hall where you learn about the history of the building (over a taste of Unicum, Hungary’s famous bitter liquor), the culture of eating in Hungary, and just what Hungarian home cooks do with all of that pork fat, paprika, and goose liver. You will make more stops in the surrounding neighborhood which could include: the city’s best spice/international food shop, a patisserie, a traditional coffee house, one of the country’s most interesting chocolatiers, a candy manufacturer/shop, an artisan chocolate shop, a retro­style bar, and a butcher which serves meals. The last stop will be a tasting of three quintessential Hungarian wines. You won’t be hungry after this tour…it includes plenty of good food (and drinks)!

Price: 5,000 HUF  per person (special discounted price—regular tour price is 19,000 HUF).

 Minimum of 6 people are necessary for the tour to run! Feel free to invite a friend!  Email hello@tastehungary.com to register (please specify Budapest Moms walking tour for March 24th in the email). See www.tastehungary.com for more information.

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