Budapest is the European Capital of Sport in 2019

The title has been granted to the city by the European Capitals of Sport Association (ACES), as over the past few years Budapest demonstrated its hospitality and skills in organising major sport events. Conditions are at least 500 000 residents, the city must arrange at least 365 sport events in a given year, including local, community, regional, national and international competitions.
Some of the sport events taking place in Budapest in 2019:

Liebherr 2019 ITTF World Table Tennis Championships: 21 – 28 April 2019
UEFA Women’s Champions League final: 18 May 2019
FIE World Fencing Championships: 15 – 23 July 2019
15th European Maccabi Games: 29 July – 7 August 2019
FINA World Junior Swimming Championships: 20 – 25 August 2019


Mystery Makers at Museum of Fine Arts: Can you solve the riddle of the Sphinx?

Plato said that You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.
The Sphinx will challenge you with riddles and puzzles as you travel through ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome on a journey for answers. On your way you will discover secrets and mysteries from the past.
The Mystery Hunt at Kunsthistorisches Museum is a Da Vinci Code inspired treasure hunt for adults. It takes place in The Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection. The Mystery Hunt is an 100% “analogic” product that consists of beautiful old envelopes filled with tasks that challenges your intellect, while strengthening cooperation and personal relations.
The experience is suited for teambuilding, a group of friends and children over the age of 15. The Treasure Hunt can be played by groups of 4 to 100 persons.