HUNGARY TODAY

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

Post-Brexit in Hungary: Keep Calm and Carry On?

In what is probably a first for the British Embassy in Hungary, a Town Hall meeting was held at the Novotel Budapest Danube on January 22 to keep British nationals up-to-date with citizensʼ rights in Hungary post-Brexit. As much as anything, this was an exercise...

HUNGARIAN LIVING

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Yesteryear Charm in Gracious Zugló

Here is a commuter locale with a “smaller-town” middle- to working-class ambiance in the lesser frequented and not so commercialized District XIV. Development in this...
May Day Budapest 2019

May Day 2019 in Hungary

No matter what you call it – Labor Day, May Day, International Workers Day, Primero de Mayo – Hungarians still celebrate it with gusto...
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AutoPal: rent unique cars from local hosts in Budapest

AutoPal, a peer-to-peer car-sharing startup in Budapest connects travelers with local hosts and allows them to rent from private owners. You may even make...
Expat Press-Volunteering and Tree Planting Event in Hungary for Children

Volunteering and Tree Planting Event in Hungary for Children

VOLUNTEERING AND TREE PLANTING EVENT- Szilaspogony 6/04/2019 Enjoy a great day out volunteering with us to plant a fruit garden for the village nursery of...
How to be a real Budapester

How to be a real Budapester

Either compete with the Jones'es or with the Kovács'es. Or have the best of both when committing to life here, as the following may...

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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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