Ozosep Fair at the Hungarian Institute
December 13 & 14
On the 13th and 14th of December, between 9:00 and 17:00, take a journey in the world of Szekler delicacies, discovering traditional food made after ancient recipes of the Hungarians from this region of Transylvania. It is only 3 minutes away from Victoriei Square and 5 minutes away from Romana Square. Besides traditional food, you will also find hand made, natural cosmetics, wooden toys, traditional clothing and other handicrafts. The event will take place in the interior courtyard of the Balassi Institute – Hungarian Institute in Bucharest (8, Gina Patrichi Street, District 1). On both days, visitors are expected with more than 400 portions of goulash soup prepared on the spot, hot wine and tea, and a special beer brought from Miercurea Ciuc.
On Sunday, during 11:00 and 13:00, kids can experience, in the warm comfort of the Institute’s kitchen, the making of and decorating techniques of traditional Szekler gingerbread. From 15:00, The Koszika & The Hotshots band (from Târgu Mureș) will warm up the atmosphere with their concert.
Entrance is free. Find out more on the dedicated facebook page.
Marché de Noël at Casa Universitarilor
December 13 & 14
Discover young designers and new ideas on December 13 and 14 at the Marché de Noël, Christmas fair taking place at Casa Universitarilor. Dan Pierșinaru, the man behind Marché de Noël says the designer objects at the fair have original concepts and are made of unexpected materials, creating a true state of spirit. Each day, during 11:00 and 20:00, visitors can shop not only for designer objects and jewelry, but also for fashion items, goodies, beauty and bio products.
Entrance fee is RON 10 (EUR 2). For updates or more details on the fair, visit the event page.
Cărturești Fair at Cărturești Verona
December 1- 31
One of the most popular Christmas fairs in Bucharest, the fair at Cărturești is actually a rich selection of objects at the edge between utility and contemporary design, tea accessories, books, bio sweets and handcrafted Christmas decorations. Many objects are made in limited series by young Romanian artists, designers and craftsmen.
Entrance is free. Find out more on the event page.