Africa Expo Budapest

11. Africa Expo Budapest – February 23-26, 2023

The 11th Africa Expo Budapest February 23-26, 2023. will be held as a simultaneous event of the Travel Exhibition and the Unpaved Roads Festival, in Pavilion A of the HUNGEXPO Budapest Congress and Exhibition Center, stand 212 C. In 2023, the focus is on the tourism promotion of the African countries represented by the exhibitors, as well as education. Our goal is to introduce and make the audience fall in love with Africa first hand, experientially, interactively and authentically at the stands of 21 exhibitors presenting 15 African countries. The stands and support projects of the non-profit organizations that appear as exhibitors, the portages of the industrial artists who live abroad, and the children’s corner offering African face painting and mask making will allure young and old alike to Africa.


At the stand of Utazz Afrikába Travel Office, the eponymous supporter and co-organizer of Afrika Expo, interested parties can get comprehensive information about many popular and new, emerging African destinations. You can inquire about Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Senegal, Tanzania and Zanzibar, Uganda from the office’s tourism specialists and representatives. Of course, the organizers also prepare with games and promotions. In addition, new routes will be presented two times on the Africa Expo stage!

High-quality cultural programs, dance and music programs, projected presentations and discussions await guests on the Ethiopian Airlines Africa stage. Our returning performer is Abdoul Camara, but there will also be Ethiopian coffee roasting and Angolan kizomba. During the program, Africa will also appear on the main stage of the Travel Exhibition, so the audience will have an additional opportunity to get to know Africa authentically.

The 11th Africa Expo will be opened in a ceremonial setting by György Hölvényi, member of the European Parliament’s Development Policy Committee, permanent rapporteur responsible for education, development policy spokesperson of the European People’s Party, and goodwill ambassador of the Hungary Helps Program. After that, there will be a panel discussion entitled Africa’s Challenge Today, Europe’s Crisis Tomorrow: Education and Migration from the Sahara to the South.