I’m a tourist in my hometown – Interview with Luca and Réka

Two Hungarian girls fell in love in Hoboken, lived in NYC, then returned to Budapest. Let’s meet Réka and Luca! Where are you from? We’re both from Hungary. What is your day-to-day life like? Réka: I am a nonstop time-juggler, a partial superhero in solving problems at a very popular restaurant in the city. Currently […]

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Budapest Guide for Culture Junkies

„Budapest, Budapest, you wonderful thing” – this is the first line of a popular Hungarian song known by almost every person in our country. What can we say? If you dive into the vibrant cultural life of the Hungarian capital, you will have to admit that Budapest is indeed a wonderful city. Below you will […]

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Enjoy autumn outside of Budapest

Our beautiful capital offers a wide array of activities when it comes to spending your free-time. However, there is probably no better time to discover some exciting places surrounding Budapest, especially if you’re a nature person, than autumn. And even if you’re not that into hiking, sometimes you just have to get out of the […]

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Christmas Fairs in Budapest

As you are reluctantly dragging yourself out of the pumpkin spice-haze of autumn, you may discover that festive decorations are starting to appear on the streets in preparation for the upcoming holidays. The perfect way to immerse yourself in the Christmas spirit is none other than visiting at least one of Budapest’s many Christmas fairs […]

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The history of Rudas Bath

It was the Romans who built the first bathhouses in Hungary. After the conquest of the Carpathian Basin, most Hungarian villages were founded near hot springs. The baths in Buda became internationally renowned during the reign of King Sigismund and this reputation grew further during the reign of King Matthias. Hungary suffered great damage during […]

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