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5 places and programs that cannot be missed in the spring

5 places and programs that cannot be missed in the spring

We've collected exciting spring program ideas for those who are eager to return to wonderful Portugal and for those who are just starting to get to know Lusitanian culture.

Lisbon bakery and cafe

To start your day, or even sit down in the afternoon, head to Budapest's first Portuguese bakery, which is currently awaiting pastel di nata lovers at four locations across the city. Of course, Lisboa Bakery & Café doesn't just offer pastry wonders, you can choose from a number of delicacies at the counter, from sourdough bread with special spices to burnt Basque cheesecake. Another staple of the traditional Portuguese lifestyle, strong coffee cannot be left out, and the comfortable furnishings ensure perfect relaxation once and for all.

1075 Budapest, Holo Utca 12.
1111 Budapest, Béla Bartók út 56.
1065 Budapest, Bagci-Zelinski út 3.
1075 Budapest, mdash Imre Ot 3.
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Photo: Lisbon Pastries and Bakery Facebook

Marco da Silva Ferreira: Bison // Transformers (March 19, 20, 2024)

Those who see the play directed by the famous Portuguese choreographer Marco da Silva Ferreira at Travo in March can witness an extraordinary performance. The six dancers performing on stage invite the audience on a truly exciting journey, as they slowly destroy these stereotypes based on movement forms of ballroom and cabaret dance.

1094 Budapest, Lilium Utca 41. | website

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Essência Restaurant

If you want a truly extraordinary gastronomic experience, try the city center restaurant serving Portuguese-Hungarian cuisine, where they strive to create a perfect harmony between the dishes of both cultures. In the Essência restaurant's menu, simple and elegant, you can find everything from seafood to the most diverse desserts, and the unusual interior creates a very special atmosphere.

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1051 Budapest, SAS 17. | website

Photo: Essência Restaurant – Tiago & Éva Facebook

Portuguese motifs – ceramic painting session

If you want to learn about Portuguese culture and traditions in a creative session, or if you are a long-time admirer of the legendary tiles of Lisbon's streets, visit a ceramic painting session, where you can decorate the objects of your choice according to your own taste. Beginners can also join the Madebyyou workshop in March, where in addition to the quick guide, you will get a lot of inspiration to create your masterpieces, which after firing can decorate your home.

1053 Budapest, Kirali Pal Utca 11. | website

Photo: Madebio

MARO Concert // MOBA (April 28, 2024)

Lisbon-born songwriter, instrumentalist and producer Maru introduced himself to audiences at the 2022 Eurovision Song Festival, and is also visiting Budapest with a tour for his latest album. You can enjoy the wonderful Portuguese songs of the singer who also plays with Eric Clapton, in the legendary Müpa Concert Hall, where she comes together with only Catalan guitarists to wow Hungarian audiences with an unforgettable acoustic concert experience.

1095 Budapest Comor Marcel Sh. 1. | website

Photo: MOBA Budapest

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