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Saturday, 10 August 2019 / Published in Things to do in Budapest
Budapest Sziget festival 2019
Sziget festival, the island of freedom Budapest festival also in this year, the so-called Sziget festival 2019, is one of Europe’s largest one-week, outdoor musical festivals with hundreds of programs from the 7th to 13rd of August, 2019. Following the last year’s – Sziget festival 2018 – record-breaking attendance, the island of Hajógyári now is
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Wednesday, 07 August 2019 / Published in Things to do in Budapest
Top thigs to do in Budapest in August
Discover the top ten things to do in Budapest during your holiday Make your holiday in Budapest – Hungary’s capital city – so memorable! As a tourist, many amazing attractions and programs are waiting for you. Many of them granted the UNESCO World Heritage status so do not miss them if you have the opportunity
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Saturday, 03 August 2019 / Published in Budapest Danube Cruises
Why should you try a dinner cruise in Budapest?
Why should you try a dinner cruise in Budapest? Dinner cruises are always special occasions which you spend with your nearest and dearest, in a super elegant dress or suit in an enchanting atmosphere created around you. If you are staying in the heart of Europe, do not miss to try a Danube river cruise.
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Saturday, 27 July 2019 / Published in Budapest weather
August weather in Budapest
Do you consider April the most capricious among the months? Well, think it over again, as August weather also likes surprising people. The last month of the summer is said to be hot and dry, even drought isn’t a rare phenomenon. On the other hand, the weather can become easily rainy at this time of
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Wednesday, 24 July 2019 / Published in Budapest Attractions
Top 10 buildings in Budapest
Top 10 buildings in Budapest, you must visit if you are interested in architecture or history ) House of the Hungarian Parliament Probably this is the best-known one among Budapest buildings and also the third greatest building of parliament in the world. It’s a real masterpiece of the Hungarian architect in the 19th century! It
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Saturday, 20 July 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Gundel pancake
Gundel pancake, the most delicious Hungarian pancake Just like every nation, Hungarians have their traditional cuisine also. The Hungarian cuisine is famous for its spicy food, especially for red pepper, called Paprika. I am sure that there’s nobody who hasn’t heard of the the Hungarian goulash which is probably the most famous Hungarian food. Of
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Tuesday, 18 June 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
The famous Chicken paprikash
Hungarian cuisine and the famous Chicken paprikash The Hungarian culture is well-known, famous, and we have a well-located country in the heart of Europe. Despite the fact that this country is not so big, it offers spectacular landscapes and agricultural areas, which have the ability to give a special culinary experience for those people, who
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Sunday, 16 June 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Hungarian Dobos cake
The real Hungarian Dobos cake that conquered the world If you should enumerate some characteristic dishes from Hungarian cuisine, probably you will mention some spicy food with lots of paprika such as fish soup, goulash, or chicken paprikash. Although Hungarian desserts are not so famous as some main courses, they are truly delicious, so it is
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Thursday, 06 June 2019 / Published in Things to do in Budapest
Budapest tourism for first-time visitors
What to expect from tourism as a first-time visitor in Budapest? If you would like to travel Budapest, but you’ve never been there before, you may have some questions, especially you are a foreigner. Where is the city actually? What are the must-have sights? Is Budapest tourism safe? We’re trying to answer the most important
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Monday, 20 May 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
The big picture of wine in Hungarian
Beginner guide to the Hungarian wine In Hungary, there are 22 wine regions which all have special geographical, climatic and pedological features. Consequently, the palettes of Hungarian wines are also various and the country has some unique species of grapes, too. The products of the ‘closed’ wine regions receive special protection. There’s one region like