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Get Ready to Watch The European Football Championship In Budapest

Real Madrid has once again proven their dominance this weekend in European football by winning the UEFA Champions League. The final saw Real Madrid face off against Dortmund in a thrilling match that kept fans on the edge of their seats.

For foreign tourists visiting Hungary during this exciting time, there are several large screens located throughout Budapest where you can join local football enthusiasts in watching the matches. These screens provide a fantastic opportunity to experience the electric atmosphere and passion that surrounds the beautiful game in Hungary.

One of the most popular spots to catch the action is at the City Hall pop-up park, situated in the heart of the city. Here, you’ll find a massive screen displaying the matches, surrounded by food and beverage stalls offering traditional Hungarian cuisine and refreshments. The City Hall pop-up park is a great place to mingle with local fans and immerse yourself in the excitement of the tournament.

Visitors will be able to follow the game on a large screen in Várkert Bazár in a lush, green garden. Before and after the matches, Várkert Bazár, will host several indoor and outdoor activities for sportsfans.

Other notable locations with large screens include Budapest Park, Új Budai Parkszínpad, Dürer Kert,

and countless sports bars. These venues attract a diverse crowd of football fans, creating a lively and inclusive atmosphere for tourists to enjoy.

As you explore Budapest during the UEFA Champions League, don’t miss out on the chance to witness history in the making. The Hungarian and Irish national teams will play a warm-up match before the European Championship on Tuesday, June 4, starting at 20:45. By joining the locals in celebrating this momentous occasion, you’ll create unforgettable memories of your time in Hungary and gain a deeper appreciation for the country’s love for football.

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