Oldtimers represent the true value of craftsmanship and preserve memories of the car industry. It's best to admire them at this festival that is, according to organizers, one of the largest veteran vehicle exhibitions in Central Eastern Europe, with 500 vehicles on show.
This year’s event on April 5-7 offers a large outdoor and indoor space (100,000 square meters) for exhibitors and visitors alike, with interactive and family programs, including steam engine rides, velorails or railbikes, a train rotating platform, railcars and an omnibus. An animal farm will present farm animals and kids are also invited to play in the bouncy castle and enjoy face-painting. A gastro-street will be set, offering Hungarian specialties. If you have an eye for beautifully restored veteran, antique, nostalgic and classic vehicles, don’t miss this event to be organized in the Railway Museum in Budapest's District 14.