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Hortobágy Equestrian Days The Hortobágy Equestrian Days have grown into the region’s influential event known beyond Hungary’s borders. The event’s main aim is the presentation and popularization of the past and present of the pastoral culture characteristic of the area, the horse breeding activity of the Máta Stud founded in 1671, and fine Hungarian gastronomy. Campus Festival Ever since the very first event back in 2007, the Campus Festival has gone from strength to strength, now internationally recognized as one of the best festivals in Europe, highlighted by the EFFE Europe of Festivals, Festivals for Europe (EFFE) Award in 2017. Subsequently, in 2018, the event attracted more than 100,000 visitors. Debrecen Wine & Jazz Days The oldest continuous annual jazz festival, the Debrecen Jazz Days and the most popular wine festival of the Northern Alföld region, the Debrecen Wine Carnival paired up in 2015 to offer a real “gastro-jazz” jamboree for jazz and wine lovers featuring jazz bands and top-ranked Hungarian wineries. Debrecen Flower Parade The largest cultural event of Hungary, which lasted for one day in the past, has become a several-day-long Carnival Week over the past few years. 27th Farmer-expo 27.th Farmer-Expo International Agriculture and Food Industry Exhibition 12th Hortico Vegetable, Fruit and Gardening Exhibition. FIBA 3X3 & Food Truck event The FIBA 3x3 U18 Europe Cup takes place in Debrecen, Hungary on August 31 - September 2, 2018. This is the fourth edition of the FIBA 3x3 U18 Europe Cup. For more information about 3x3 basketball, including events, rules and much more, visit fiba3x3.basketball. Tattoo lovers youDay yoUDay is a dedicated day to all who belong to the family of the University of Debrecen. Debreczeni Aroma Festival Heart-warming gastro-fest Martin’s Day Goose Feast November 11th is St. Martin's Day in Hungary (Márton nap), a traditional feast day celebrated by tasting the new wines and eating geese.

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