Christmas lights are being put up in and around Debrecen. In Jozsa for instance, – which is a popular suburb to the north of the city, the lights were up by the middle of October.
As part of the Debrecen 2030 program, a new pedestrian zone was inaugurated in the city center on 15th August.
The Apollo cinema’s garden program started on the 8th of June and it goes on until 1st July. Visitors can see a movie every night. All movies are screened in a dubbed Hungarian version.
The of the best things about Debrecen is that many of the top things to do in the summer are even better in winter. You can do them all year round making Debrecen a great destination all year round.
There are many legends about Santa Claus, but few know the origin of these legends.
While advent begins at the end of November or the beginning of December, in Hungary Christmas really begins for children on the 6th December, this is because it is (Mikulás-nap) St.Nicholas day, the day when Santa visits Children throughout Hungary.
The Debrecen Advent Fair opened at Kossuth Square and Piac Street on November 23rd, providing a cosy community space with vendors supplying unique handmade products, irresistible delicacies and soul-warming hot drinks.
Debrecen celebrates Advent with lighting the candles of the Christmas tree of the city each year. Games, candle-lighting and Advent Church concerts at the Reformed Great Church await those celebrating together on the city’s main square. The Debrecen Advent Fair (Christmas Market) opens at Kossuth Square and Piac Street on November 23, offering a cozy