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History and teachings
It bears similarities both with Rio Carnival and Venice Carnival, as well as the customs of African people. A folk tradition to greet spring, by dressing up in unique costumes, and scaring away the bad spirits. The legend of buso comes from the 18th century.
It’s a very unique tradition in the area, which can seem “harsh” because of the sounds and all the costumes, but it is a fun way to celebrate freedom.
Recommended for anybody. Unique. No preparation is required. Easily accessible – for disabled people too. Free.
The location is Mohács, in the south of Hungary. The public transportation in the city is well prepared, getting to the city is possible by bus from Budapest (3h). The carnival is held by locals, easily accessible for disabled people. English language is accepted, along with German and Croatian.