The annual Macaron Day in Budapest is inspired by the Jour du Macaron held on the same day in Paris and the Macaron Day in New York City. It's dedicated to the famous French macaron, a round crunchy pastry sandwiched together with a soft creamy center. Macarons come in a variety of colors and flavors.
On March 20th, during the Hungarian Macaron Day, visitors will have a chance to taste, smell and even learn how to bake macarons. The program includes a Macaron Fare, a Macaron Competition, programs for kids and lots of delicious pastries.
2016 Macaron Day Hours:
2 pm to 8 pm
HUF 2,600 (HUF 1,900 if purchased in advance)
For more info on the program check out the Hungarian Macaron Day's website.