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MID DECEMBER IN BUDAPEST

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Hi everyone,

I'm currently planing a trip of 5 (full) days in Budapest, just a week before Christmas with my wife, as first anniversary celebration.
Because of flight's reason we thought about move our trip a week early, but then we noticed all the hotel prices were much higher!
Dose anyone know if there is something interesting happening between 9-14/12 that can explain it?

Do you think there is a difference between the 9-14 and 16-21 of December?

Also, I will be happy to hear some advice about what do to and where to go...


Many thanks for the helpers :)

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