Explore Budapest & Hungary beyond the traditional tourist routes
Budapest is proud of its markets and a market visit should be on everyone's to-do list, even if you...read on
Budapest isn't called the 'City of Baths' for nothing. Over 120 hot springs feed a vast selection...read on
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Great weather, fewer crowds and fall festivals make it a great time to visit Budapest. It’s September and the days are already a little shorter, evenings are much cooler and a few leafs...
One of the best ways to experience a new place is through its food. Budapest is a great foodie destination with many gastro-themed events throughout the year. We've handpicked the most...
In Hungary, sour cherry soup is generally served before the main course and the cherries are un-pitted, but many Americans consider it a dessert and prefer pitted cherries and whipped...
There is soccer fever all over, as people everywhere are tuned in to watch the World Cup. Soccer fans will be happy to know that they can cheer on their team at several pubs, bars and open...
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Experience the real Budapest and get to know the true culture of the city by taking a Hungarian language class. Learn some basic expressions and impress your friends back home.
Fungarian, a team of enthusiastic language teachers, all experts in teaching Hungarian as a foreign language, offers fun and easy Hungarian classes...
Budapest is a trendy city that shares the world's nostalgia for the 'good old days' and embraces a hip, retro feel. Twenty years after the fall of Communism, and some of its 'achievements' have found their way back in vogue. Shops, restaurants and courtyard cafés throughout the city work to recreate the design and atmosphere of the '70s and '80s.
Retro-hip has never been cooler in Budapest, especially to a younger generation that didn't have to endure the repression of the socialist regime....
The spectacular Central Market Hall is a good source of Hungarian products. You can also make it a pit-stop for a quick bite of traditional Hungarian food when touring the city. Shop with the locals for sausages, meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and pastries. Fancy bottles of Tokaji, a variety of paprika and handicrafts are also available.
Built at the end of the 19th century, the Central Market Hall is the largest indoor market in Budapest. The metal roof structure is still the...
Sep 25, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014
Venue: Museum of Ethnography
Nov 8, 2014
Venue: Vajdahunyad Castle
Nov 15, 2013 - Dec 31, 2013
Venue: Vörösmarty tér
Nov 21, 2013 - Nov 24, 2013
Nov 27, 2013 - Dec 5, 2013
Venue: Jewish Quarter
Nov 29, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Venue: Vajdahunyad Castle
Nov 29, 2013 - Jan 1, 2014
Venue: Szent István tér