8-10 April 2022

Secreto.The fifth.

REGISTRATION STARTS ON 1ST DECEMBER

This is not a marathon. This is not an encuentro.
This is Secreto.

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Can you keep a secret?

Secreto is a strictly invitation only tango occasion in Budapest, Hungary. The ideal (and maximum) number of dancers is 200, but we will not insist on it, if this had a decreasing influence on the dancing or navigation (etc.) level. 

Our priorities in sense of invitation:

– High and stable level of dancing 
– People who use cabeceo and respect each other 
– People who are fluent in navigation (e.g. do not dance backward) 
– People who do dance safely (e.g. do not use their elbows dangerously)
– People who are open to each other

Pure awesomeness

in alphabetical order

Asya Moiseeva
David Mancini
Gabor Meszaros
Konrad Krynski
Ralph Nasi
Toufik Cherifi

Asya Moiseeva

David Mancini

Gabor Meszaros

Konrad Krynski

Ralph Nasi

Toufik Cherifi

program

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Monday

Location & Venue

"the place where the secrets are held."

Address: Budapest, Múzeum krt. 4/g, 1088

GPS: Latitude: 47.4930762  Longitude: 19.0587258

The venue of Secreto 2020 is Gólyavár (ELTE University campus). 

Air conditioned venue

250 sq. metres wooden dancefloor

Outstanding soundsystem

Separated cloak and changing rooms

All roads lead to Budapest

Flights​

It’s very easy to get to Budapest by plane – several low-cost airlines and also all the biggest airlines have great offers and services.

Further information 


eDreams

Easyjet

Wizzair

Ryanair

Trains

There are several ways to get to Budapest by bus or train and they are even convenient, because the city has direct lines with most of the European cities.

Further information 

Rail: 
mav-start 

Bus:  
orangeways 

eurolines

Roadtrip

Hungary has 5 motorways and 4 main roads, eight start from Budapest (exception: main road No. 8). For using the following motorways you have to buy a motorway sticker: M1, M3, M5, M6 and M7 (available at border crossing points and at petrol stations). 

As of January 2008, drivers caught drinking ANY alcohol will have their driver’s licences confiscated on the spot.