Hungarian Culture and Traditions

Szarvasi Kávéfőző
Szarvasi Coffee Makers and the Coffee Culture in Hungary in the Kádár Era
We have had one with a porcelain top for almost 20 years, it works, and…
CSI Budapest: Zugliget’s Jack the Ripper
In one of our earlier articles we wrote about the system of police records from…
Police Museum Budapest - entrance
Life in the Shadows Brought to Light at Police Museum in Budapest
For those who have surpassed obvious museum mainstream in Budapest and are searching for something…
Goulash soup and the crows – a recipe from a talented Hungarian chef
The Expat Press team visited VígVarjú, the newest and perhaps most beautiful restaurant of the…
May Day Budapest 2019
May Day 2019 in Hungary
No matter what you call it – Labor Day, May Day, International Workers Day, Primero…
Hungarian vizsla
Hungarian Vizslas – A Breed Apart
Yep, Hungarian love their dogs. All makes and sizes and types and breeds, you’ll see…
Hungarian Parliament by Zoltan Pelle
Things the World Wouldn’t Have Without Hungarians
People all over the world have a sort of, kind of, maybe relationship with Hungary.…
Expat Press - Hungarian food
Treat Your Tastebuds – Eleven Hungarian Foods You Must Try
While many Hungarian dishes are based on meat, bread and seasonal vegetables, travelers are surprised…
Budapest First Time Visitors Guide Part 2
Where to Take First-Time Visitors to Budapest – Part 2.
If you don’t want to shove your guests onto a good but impersonal bus tour…
Expat Press Hungary magazine
Where to Take First-Time Visitors to Budapest
When my slave-driving editors at Expat Press ’suggested’ I do a piece on Where to…