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Hello March - Budapest Events in March 2018

Comment Posted by: Roberta Gyori

Celebrate the start of spring wit some great festivals and outdoor events. Try some delicious Fisherman's soup at the annual Fish Festival, sample some Hungarian delicacies at the Flavors of Hungary Gastro Fair, or march with the Irish on St. Patrick's Day.

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There are many exciting Budapest events to choose from this month. Here are some things to do:

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Ruin Pubs, a Budapest Specialty

Ruin Pubs, a Budapest Specialty
Posted by: Roberta Gyori05/26/2010

Posted in: Budapest Top Lists, Entertainment

Old buildings revived to fulfill a new mission
Ruin Pubs are located in formerly abandoned buildings in the city and are very popular hot spots. Some are temporary outdoor pubs, open from May to...

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From Vienna to Budapest, on Foot

From Vienna to Budapest, on Foot
Posted by: Roberta Gyori05/24/2010

Posted in: Hungary in the News

Frugal Europe, on Foot - The New York Times, May/23/2010
Here is an interesting article I found in the New York Times recently. Author Matt Gross followed a 1933 trek by the original Frugal...

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Starbucks is Coming to Budapest

Starbucks is Coming to Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori05/01/2010

Posted in: Wine & Cuisine

Starbucks has picked a location for its first store in Hungary – the WestEnd City Center. The big opening is scheduled for the end of May, beginning of June. So, if you are hooked on Starbucks and...

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Famous Hungarians and Their Creations

Famous Hungarians and Their Creations
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/27/2010

Posted in: Hungarian History, Made in Hungary

What do Vitamin C, Rubik’s Cube and Zsa Zsa Gabor have in common?
Did you know that native Hungarians and scientists of Hungarian origin received a Nobel Prize on more than 20 occasions? Or that...

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Herend Porcelain

Herend Porcelain
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/25/2010

Posted in: Arts & Culture, Made in Hungary

The pottery factory of Herend was founded in 1826. It carried out experiments on making porcelain and developed the first true porcelain pieces in a very short time. At first the porcelain made in...

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Bath or Spa?

Bath or Spa?
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/21/2010

Posted in: Attractions & Activities

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a traditional Hungarian thermal Bath and a Spa?
Think of it this way – you'd go to a spa to kick back and be pampered, and you'd go to a...

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A District Is Reborn in Budapest

A District Is Reborn in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/19/2010

Posted in: Attractions & Activities, Hungary in the News

A District Is Reborn in Budapest - The New York Times, April/18/2010
District 8 is an up-and-coming neighborhood in Budapest. The following New York Times article offers an overview of what the...

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Zsolnay Porcelain

Zsolnay Porcelain
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/13/2010

Posted in: Arts & Culture, Made in Hungary

Miklós Zsolnay established his factory in 1853 in the city of Pécs, in order to produce stoneware and ceramics. The factory achieved worldwide recognition for its innovative frost-proof products at...

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