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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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Macaron Day

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

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Famous Hungarian Wines

Famous Hungarian Wines
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/10/2010

Posted in: Wine & Cuisine, Made in Hungary

You'll always want your glass half full during your stay in Hungary
Hungary's climate and soil are perfect for growing grapes and winemaking has long traditions. Reflected in folk art, music,...

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Traditional Hungarian Dishes on the Menu

Traditional Hungarian Dishes on the Menu
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/06/2010

Posted in: Wine & Cuisine

'Hungary' puns aside, cuisine is a major component of the culture in Budapest, and the country's traditional dishes must be sampled in order to truly experience Hungary.

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Deal or No Deal?

Deal or No Deal?
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/31/2010

Posted in: Travel Info, Tips & Promos

The travel industry is one of the sectors hit hardest by the economic downturn. Airlines and hotels worldwide are struggling. Since fewer people are traveling, airlines are forced to reduce...

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Pálinka, the Hungarian Brandy

Pálinka, the Hungarian Brandy
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/20/2010

Posted in: Wine & Cuisine, Made in Hungary

Pálinka is a type of fruit brandy, distilled from a variety of fruits grown mainly on the Great Hungarian Plains. It is a strong and intense alcoholic beverage and comes in a variety of flavors,...

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Unicum, the Famous Aperitif

Unicum, the Famous Aperitif
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/19/2010

Posted in: Wine & Cuisine, Made in Hungary

"Das ist ein Unikum!"
Unicum is a bitter, dark-colored liquor that can be consumed as an aperitif, or after a meal as a digestive. According to legend, the drink was initially presented to Kaiser...

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Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star

Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/16/2010

Posted in: Wine & Cuisine, Hungary in the News

Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star - The Wall Street Journal, Mar/16/2010
It’s a great day for Hungary! We got our first Michelin Star, along with four “Bib Gourmands”....

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Traditional Hungarian Goulash

Traditional Hungarian Goulash
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/11/2010

Posted in: Hungarian Recipes

You've likely heard of Goulash (Gulyás), the world-famous soup that is so filling it could easily be a meal on its own. Gulyás is a typical Hungarian food. It's a soup and not a stew, as it is...

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Tips on Finding Low Airfares

Tips on Finding Low Airfares
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/01/2010

Posted in: Travel Info, Tips & Promos

Finding the best airfare is not easy. Fare rules, seasonality, taxes and surcharges can be confusing. Following are some tips on finding low airfares along with some guidelines.

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