Pubcrawl Budapest


Get to know Budapest, get to know the real Hungarian drinks!

Get to know Budapest, get to know the real Hungarian drinks!

Real Hungarian alcoholic beverages are something you should look forward to sampling if you have travel plans to Hungary in the near future. You can't spend much time in Hungary without sampling the national beverage, Unicum, or having at least one night where you try authentic Hungarian palinka. But how much do you really know about these well-known beverages? 
Pálinka is a type of fruit spirit that is produced in only four provinces in Austria outside of Hungary. This spirit is extremely popular in Hungary. The term "burnt spirit" first appeared in writing in the 17th century, and its recipe continued to be improved right up until the production of fine spirits began in the 20th century. It is typically produced by distilling fermented fruit marc and has a fruity flavor due to its base ingredient. These can be found in a wide variety of flavors, the most common of which are plum, apple, pear, sour cherry, cherry, peach, or strawberry, all of which offer a delicious fruit flavor in addition to their high alcohol content. There is one thing that can be said with absolute certainty: if you are raising a glass with Hungarians, the pálinka will most certainly not be absent from the festivities!

Anyone who lives in Hungary, regardless of their nationality or background, should educate themselves on the Zwack company. It's possible that every Hungarian is already familiar with it. József Zwack, the man who invented Unicum, trademarked the drink's name, bottle, and label in the 19th century, despite the fact that the drink's secret recipe had been made since the late 18th century. Unicum is an amaretto-flavored liqueur that is frequently served as an aperitif before meals as well as at evening get-togethers. On the other hand, not only does it contain alcohol, but it also includes forty different herbs, and because of this, even a small amount of it can have a beneficial effect. Therefore, regardless of whether you're going to a bar in Budapest or just sitting down to a delicious meal, you'll be able to find Unicum somewhere!

These two famous spirits are available pretty much everywhere in Budapest, but a night out in the city isn't just about them; beers, cocktails, and short drinks are also common. Everyone is interested in locating the best of these as well. Because there is such a large selection to choose from, finding the best pub in Budapest is not an easy task for anyone. Those who are familiar with the city are able to recommend a number of locations, but in addition to the pubs that are the most well-known, there are also locations that you might never find by walking the streets. Do you require the assistance of a trained expert to locate them? Pub Crawl Budapest is the solution to your problem!

Pub Crawl Budapest has the best options available for those of you who want to throw an evening party that will live long in the memory. However, what exactly is the alluring offer? The pub crawl gives you the opportunity to stop in at four incredible rum bars, each of which will provide you with a free shot; the rest of the evening is up to you. No waiting in line, no cover charge; just the best parties Budapest has to offer, new friends, and the night will cap off in a well-known club in Budapest. The tour begins each night at nine o'clock, and it is strongly recommended that you go. 
If you think it's time to get a taste of authentic Hungarian drinks and the lifestyle of Budapest, as well as to meet new people and have a good time, don't be shy; tell your friends, and let the night get started. Get on the Pub Crawl and get yourself to Budapest!

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