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A peek into the world of to-day’s September, 15 National Galopp

To-day the „road” at the Parade Square opened it’s “field” wide and length  for the  National Galopp’s annual festive. In the coming four days you will be welcomed around the areas of the Parade Square, the Memorial monument of 1956, along the pedestrian of the Andrassy Blvd.  Inside the Galopp’s proms are already awaiting to welcome you with their wide range of typical Hungarian flavours of foods, wine and palinka, and can’t miss the Hungarian desserts. So the table is set! They will always remind your visit to Hungary. Just mentioned a few of whats to come and surely are compliments to be around this outstanding unique show of races. This National Galopp is, as the well know comment says: 2in1, so not just for the eye, but also to enjoy the special Hungarian gastronomic.  As the sun slowly goes down there are for music lovers, live music on the spot with  Besh O drom (7p.m.),  Moonlight (7p.m.) (Holdvilág), Magdi Rúzsa’s concert on Sunday evening. The National Galopp will also bring joy to the ear for those guests who are interested in the Hungarian folk music. Each day from 2p.m. until 6p.m. live folk music will fill the air around the Folk Music stage. Both week-end days between noon and 6p.m. the students from the Department of Folk Music at the “Ferenc Liszt”  University of Music will spread the Hungarian folk music.

Most of the scene are  free of charge. Only those tickets will be in need to be purchased that stands for the entry to the run at  “Szechényi” platform and to the grandstand at the Heroes Square.



Update and snaps by: Aggie Reiter

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 16/09/2011 at 09:40

    Boy Oh Boy !!!!!!!……many things happening in Hungary…..The chocolate festival will be very popular I bet….AND The galopp as well… many things to sample and enjoy……Hope everybody has a wonderful time…Thanks again for providing this enlightening service….Very interesting…

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