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Feny utca market

Budapest Market guide – the “Fény utca market”

A wide selection of fresh, seasonal delicacies and charity campaigns at a venue winning the Architectural Award for Excellence; coffee, “lángos”, and everything you could ever want... It is no wonder that the Fény...
Expat Press Neighbourhood Guide - Zing Burger

Budapest Neighbourhood Guide – Insider Tips from Moszkva Tér to Margaret Bridge

While our last neighbourhood guide was about the the Great Market Hall Area, the heart, soul and former border of Pest city, this time we’re going 4km to the northwest, all the way to...
Hungarian Skin Care Beauty Tips and Products in Budapest

Discovering Hungarian Skin Care Beauty Tips and Products in Budapest

I am more than slightly addicted to skincare and beauty products.  I love discovering the latest in skin care beauty tips. I love drugstore, natural and luxury beauty. Getting a bargain is great, but...
Splashing Around in Hungarian Designed Swimwear | Expat Press Hungary Magazine

Splashing Around in Hungarian Designed Swimwear

Temperatures are escalating and jubilant revelers are crowding terraces night after night. Yes, summer has arrived. For the lucky ones who snag invites to forthcoming pool parties and weekends on Lake Balaton, the quest...

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Budapest Market guide – the “Fény utca market”

A wide selection of fresh, seasonal delicacies and charity campaigns at a venue winning the Architectural Award for Excellence; coffee, “lángos”, and everything you...

Budapest Neighbourhood Guide – Insider Tips from Moszkva Tér to Margaret...

While our last neighbourhood guide was about the the Great Market Hall Area, the heart, soul and former border of Pest city, this time...

Judi Dench recites from Hungarian poet, Miklós Radnóti

When Oscar winning acrtress Judi Dench recites from the famous Hungarian poet, Miklós Radnóti, well, there’s not much to be done other than to...