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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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Kerepesi, Budapest’s Famous Final Resting Ground

Kerepesi, Budapest’s Famous Final Resting Ground
Posted by: Zsuzsa Bakonyi10/28/2013

Posted in: Architecture, Photo Blogs

I remember from Kundera's book, the 'Unbearable Lightness of Being' that he defined the feelings towards a cemetery a fundamental difference between Tomas and Sabine, the two lovers. When I first...

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Unique Museums in Budapest

Unique Museums in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori10/09/2013

Posted in: Budapest Top Lists, Arts & Culture, Attractions & Activities

Offbeat treasures and intriguing oddities Budapest is packed with famous museums and galleries, but did you know that the city also has a museum dedicated to household electronics, the history of...

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Robert Capa - 100 Years

Robert Capa - 100 Years
Posted by: Roberta Gyori09/17/2013

Posted in: Arts & Culture, Made in Hungary

Celebrating the centenary of the famous Hungarian war photographer "If your pictures aren't good enough, you weren't close enough." Endre Friedmann, who became known to the world as Robert Capa,...

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New Taxis in Budapest

New Taxis in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori08/30/2013

Posted in: Travel Info, Tips & Promos

Yellow cabs in Budapest? Yes, as of September 1st 2013, you will see more and more yellow taxicabs in the city. Up until now each taxi company had their own design, but according to a new...

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Antiquing in Budapest

Antiquing in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori08/22/2013

Posted in: Arts & Culture

If you like to visit antique shops, flea markets and second-hand stores, then you'll be happy to know that Budapest has a number of shops selling antiques that are worth a browse. The history of...

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Hidden in Hungary: The Lady Under the Bridge

Hidden in Hungary: The Lady Under the Bridge
Posted by: Phillip Done07/30/2013

Posted in: Attractions & Activities

Tucked away under the Elizabeth Bridge on the Buda side there is a door, and above it hangs a sign that says Ivócsarnok. Behind the door is a drinking hall where guests enjoy warm thermal water...

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It’s ‘Fröccs’ Season in Budapest

It’s ‘Fröccs’ Season in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/20/2013

Posted in: Budapest Top Lists, Wine & Cuisine

Fröccs, red or white wine mixed with soda water, is a popular summer drink. Also known as wine spritzer, fröccs is light and refreshing on a hot summer's day. Here are some of the best places to...

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Bishop Gellért

Bishop Gellért
Posted by: Miklós M. Molnár07/05/2013

Posted in: Hungarian History

Nestling in the side of Gellért Hill, the city's major landmark, and protected by a colonnade, stands a saintly figure holding up a cross in his right hand as if to convert non-believers to the...

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