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Wednesday, 14 August 2019 / Published in Budapest Attractions
Budapest Citadella
Budapest Citadel is the part of the World Heritage – An outstanding szmbol of Budapest The word citadel is actually originated from an Italian word that is immediately recognized as the Statue of Liberty by many in the local population, which interestingly was added to the castle almost 100 years after its final construction. Originally, in
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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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Wednesday, 31 July 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Hortobagy pancake
Hortobagy pancake, the taste of the Hungarian Puszta What is the connection between the hortobagy pancake (Hortobágyi palacsinta) and the famous Hungarian region called Hortobágy? In fact, nothing. The orotund name is a simple trick of marketing: the chef hoped that it would make the dish more popular in the World Fair in Brussels, in
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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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Wednesday, 17 July 2019 / Published in Budapest Attractions
Liberty Statue Budapest
The Hungarian Liberty Statue Budapest, the Hungarian capital has plenty of beautiful attractions. The Danube River winds through the city, which in itself offers a fascinating sight. The city is full of historic monuments and one of its symbols is the Budapest Liberty Statue. The Budapest Liberty Statue was set in 1974, created by Zsigmond
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Tuesday, 09 July 2019 / Published in Budapest Attractions, Things to do in Budapest
Budapest booze cruise
Try our Budapest booze cruise with pizza and unlimited beer consumption Would you like to see the best-known buildings of Budapest but don’t want to walk for hours? Or do you just like alloying pleasures of the holiday? If so, choose our Pizza&Beer Cruise! It is a successful marriage of eating out and the most
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Wednesday, 26 June 2019 / Published in Budapest Attractions, Hungarian cuisine
Great Market Hall Budapest
Eat a traditional Hungarian food in the Great Market Hall in Budapest Budapest as a metropolitan and capital city owns a wide range of stores, shopping malls, supermarkets and, of course, big markets. The Great Market Hall in Budapest is an old, large and expansive place, which is favored by many consumers because it has
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Tuesday, 25 June 2019 / Published in Budapest Attractions
Dohány Street – Great Synagogue This is the greatest synagogue of the Hungarian Jews and also the greatest one in Europe besides the synagogue in Amsterdam. If we inspect the whole world, only the sizes of the Temple Emanu-El exceed it. You can find the Great Synagogue in the Dohány street, in district VII. This