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Relax in style at Lake Balaton

Káli Basin is the most characteristic part of the Balaton Uplands and with its 9,111 hectares forms an integral part of the Balaton Uplands National Park. It is an easy 2.5-hour drive from Budapest and only 10 minutes by car from the north shore of Lake Balaton. Many church towers, wine cellars and the signs […]

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Basilica in Esztergom

Already ticked all the must-see tourist attractions in Budapest? Then why not spend a lovely day in the charming city of Esztergom, often nicknamed as the ‘City of St. Stephen’ or the ‘Rome of Hungary’. It is situated on the right bank of the Danube, appr. 60 km from Budapest. If you decide to walk […]

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Vegan Sunday Market, the community marketplace

Ready for the 3rd Vegan Sunday Market will be held on February 19, 2017? It’s officially a tradition now, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing new about it. It’s not only a market anymore, it will be transformed into a community marketplace with cooking workshops and open discussions about certain vegan-related topics. Sounds good, right?

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City Park Ice Rink

It’s the middle of winter. Slipping, sliding and gliding around an open-air rink, hand in hand with your loved one is probably the most romantic thing you can do in winter – at least until you fall over. It has been so in the last centuries. 75 years ago, in January 1942 my grandpa caught […]

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Personal trainer in Budapest

We all love going on vacation but getting there is not always fun. Traveling is not all about lying under a palm tree, sipping a cocktail on the beach or dancing through the night with your loved one. Traveling is also a hectic lifestyle full of stress, both physically and mentally. You might get stuck […]

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Tropicarium Budapest

What to do with kids on a cold and rainy day in Budapest? Skip the regular sightseeing tour and check in at the Tropicarium Budapest which is located at Campona Shopping Center in South Buda. It has already become one of the top indoor attractions of Budapest. Hundreds of animal species and lush vegetation await […]

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Breakfast at Liberté Grand Café

My mom must be right: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And it applies to everyone from jet-setters through globetrotters to backpackers and flashpackers. Although I’m not a morning person, I like sitting at the table having breakfast. Even if there is an early morning rush, for me there’s no breakfast without […]

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Gozsdu Sky Terrace

Gozsdu Courtyard is renowned for its great nightlife. It’s packed with restaurants, pubs and bars, the place comes alive every evening. Gozsdu Sky Terrace, the rooftop sky bar, is located on the top floor of the courtyard. It’s a bit complicated to find its entrance. You need to look for the pinball machines in the […]

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Hake, the cult summer food

Hake (hekk, in Hungarian) is a cult summer food in Hungary. Although this fish comes from the sea, and Hungary is a landlocked country, we, Hungarians have built a whole culture around it. Hake has become one of the basic summer eating options for Hungarians beside lángos, pancake and corn on the cob. It’s a […]

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Ludwig Museum: Women in Chanel

Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art has always something interesting to offer to do on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The museum has organized several successful photography exhibitions introducing the works of influential figures in fashion photography like Martin Munkácsi, Cecil Beaton or Helmut Newton. Next in line, after the great success of NORTHERN WOMEN IN […]

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