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Hungary has recently become a country of festivals. Hundreds of them are organised year by year in a lot of topics, but practically in two categories: cultural and gastronomy festivals (or the two ...
February is the shortest month of the year, and yet, it often seems that it would never last. The feasts of December are over by now, you have long forgotten about your New Year’s wows, the snow ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2012
Including rail bridges, Budapest boasts a total of 10 structures spanning the historic stretch of the River Danube
Whether you take an organized tour, rent a bicycle (easy to do), rent a
car, or ...
Written by Budapest Expert: Marta, Hungary, July 2011
Budapest, the capital of Hungary is a city with a population of 2 million which definitely means there are a lot to see and do there. Most tourists however, come only for 3-4 days, which is just ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2011
Classical music is widely and expertly presented throughout Europe, but there are few better places than Budapest for indulging in some diverting and inspiring concerts. Travelers new to the city ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012
One of the best ways to experience the best that Budapest has to offer is via one of the profusion of river cruises that ply the waters of the Danube River when the weather permits. The river bisects ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, June 2011
Two installations of particular interest will grace the illustrious halls of the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest from May to October of 2011. The first, a sampling of contemporary Croatian ...
Written by Photoman, November 2011
One of the most moving memorials I have seen is one along the bank of the Danube River in Budapest. It consists of 45 pairs of bronzed shoes representing 45 Jews who were shot by the Hungarian ...
Written by Sasha, December 2012
With its reputation as a party city, Budapest celebrates Szilveszter, Hungary‘s New Year, with a bang. Street parties take place across the city and the explosion of fireworks marks midnight over the ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2012
Like many denizens of former Soviet satellites, the citizens of Hungary were anxious to bring down the figurative symbols of communist rule as well as their military and political apparatus after ...
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