On Saturday, May 14th the Embassy of Hungary hosted an Open House in conjunction with the 27 other member state embassies and the EU Delegation to the United States in Washington, D.C. Traditional Hungarian Goulash and Debrecziner sausage were served alongside copious amounts of Fröccs. The Embassy broke its previous attendance record by over 500 guests, reaching 3,500 attendees by late afternoon.
Celebrate the EU's 2016 Open House Series by joining the Embassy of Hungary on May 14th and discover the heart of Central Europe. Taste Hungarian cuisine, learn more about Budapest's burgeoning tech startup scene and experience art and culture like never before. Our tourism bureau will help you plan your trip to Hungary. Doors open at 10:00am and close at 4:00pm.
Last Friday evening on March 18th the Hungarian Embassy in conjunction with Furmint USA hosted a winetasting ceremony in Washington, DC showcasing the quality and unmatched versatility of Hungary’s furmint wines.
The Hungarian Embassy marked the occasion of National Day and the anniversary of the 1848 Revolution with a lively series of celebratory events including traditional Hungarian food, music and dancing.
On Thursday evening the Hungarian Embassy in Washington, DC hosted the finalists of the bi-annual Bartók Piano Competition from the local school area.
On February 4th the Hungarian Embassy hosted a wine tasting event featuring the Juhász Brothers Winery to great sucess.
Professional singer and songwriter Desmond Child was presented with Hungarian citizenship by Ambassador Réka Szemerkényi in Washington, DC.
The Hungarian Embassy gave home to the 24th annual Mikulás Dinner of the Hungarian American Coalition. This year's guest of honor Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Hungarian Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, gave the keynote speech.
Ambassador Szemerkényi's invitation to the dedication of the Hungarian Chapel at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington.
The world-renowned Muzsikás Folk Ensemble joins Glass House Orchestra for a double bill at the Sixth&I Synagogue in Washington, D.C.