As Easter is concerned, also visit the Easter Fair of the Vajdahunyad Castle where the Easter crafts market is accompanied by an Easter exhibition in the castle. There are other venues where Easter is celebrated like markets, family activities, exclusive Easter menus at restaurants etc. The largest Easter market takes place on the Vörösmarty Square between end of March and end of April. Although this spot is familiar for its famous Christmas fair which has become a top attraction in Europe, the Easter fair is also worth visiting. You can purchase quality crafts (painted eggs, embroidery, national costumes, basket, and plates) made by Hungarian folk artisans; not to mention all the mouth-watering traditional Hungarian dishes like ‘Lángos’ (a deep-fried dough topped with sour cream and cheese), the extraordinary Chimney cake called Kürtöskalács or the famous ‘Hurka’ (Hungarian sausage). Due to its proximity to Budapest (an hour-drive), Szentendre is also a popular location to visit for tourists. There are several culture-related destinations starting from the Szamos Marcipan Museum to the unique Skanzen, an open-air ethnographic museum where you can better understand the vernacular traditions, lifestyle and customs of Hungarian people.