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5 Amazing Public Christmas Trees in Budapest

5 Amazing Public Christmas Trees in Budapest

Public Christmas Trees in Budapest

Many say that Budapest in one of the most beautiful capital cities in Europe, especially around Christmas time. If you’d like to stop for a while just to contemplate a little during this busy season, or take a seasonal selfie, you can visit these gorgeous public Christmas trees and let yourself be enchanted:

Public Christmas Trees in Budapest #1: the Stylish Tree

This chandelier-like tree is located in the lobby of the Sofitel Hotel Chain Bridge. Classy yet contemporary, this one has real style!

Where? 1051Budapest, Széchenyi István tér 2.



Public Christmas Trees in Budapest #2: the Charity Christmas Tree

The team at Hello Wood has made a giant, 11-metre tall Christmas tree from 15 tonnes of firewood! The wood used to build the tree will be delivered to needy families for fuel after the festive period. The project is supported by Design Terminal. Visitors can sit inside this special Christmas tree and take a rest from their busy holiday shopping.

Where: 1051 Budapest, Erzsébet tér


Public Christmas Trees in Budapest #3: the Chic Tree

Fabulous lights, first-class shops and the whole package rounded off with a sparkly and decidedly chic Christmas tree. What more would you expect from Budapest’s famous Fashion Street?

Where? 1052 Budapest, Deák Ferenc u. 15.


Public Christmas Trees in Budapest #4: the Big Classic Tree

We shouldn’t forget about the most traditional tree, located at the Budapest Advent and Christmas Fair in Vörösmarty Square. This one is heart-warming as always and certainly worth drinking a glass of mulled wine under.

Where? 1051 Budapest, Vörösmarty tér


Public Christmas Trees in Budapest #5: the Enchanting Tree

The festive tree at St. Stephen’s Basilica is simply breathtaking. The venue is spectacular and an ice rink surrounds the tree, which certainly adds to the holiday atmosphere.

Where? 1051 Budapest, Szent István tér 1.


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