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The Hungarian spirit is distinctive. As an expat, discover the people and the places that infuse Hungarian culture with great soul.

Charity and the Volunteers of the 23rd Budapest Burns Supper

The 23rd Annual Budapest Burns Supper is only a few weeks away and we are looking forward to one of Budapest’s biggest charity events for sick and underprivileged children. Over the past 23 years, more and more people have realised the important work done by...

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Budapest | Expat Press Hungary Magazine 2

Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Budapest

Such choices! Any type of celebratory activity is available in Budapest on New Year’s Eve, so check out just a few of them below. Have...
Retire to Hungary? Why Not? | Expat Press Hungary Magazine

Retire to Hungary? Why Not?

When the time comes to retire from your working life of the past 50 years or so, will you be ready to live in...
Budapest’s Best Rooftop Bars | Expat Press Hungary Magazine

Budapest’s Best Rooftop Bars

“WOW! Check out that view! Look! There’s the Basilica! There’s the Castle! There’s the Danube! Incredible!” Yes, once Budapest locals and visitors find their way...
The Best Winter 'Sparties' in Budapest | Expat Press Hungary Magazine 2

The Best Winter ‘Sparties’ in Budapest

Take an outdoor bath in the middle of winter? Are you crazy? Only in Budapest. This home-grown exotic type of party is unique to...
Romantic Activities in Budapest

Romantic Activities in Budapest

Although maybe not yet as popular in Hungary as in America, expats living in Budapest will still be able to find a great many...

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Celebration at the 22nd Budapest Burns Supper

Every Burns Supper has traditional elements, such as the Address to the Haggis. Guests are also treated to Scotland’s national dish of haggis, neeps...

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HUNGARIAN HISTORY

The richness of Hungarian history and Hungarian culture filled the country with fine art, literature, music and philosophy. Witness the growth of Hungary in these evocative and exciting photos and articles – old and new.

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