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Goulash Soup

When it is cold outside I love eating spicy, heartwarming soups because that healthy salad isn’t going to warm up my toes. 🙂 A winter warmer soup with bold flavors is amazingly delicious and comforting. These soups are great lunch or dinner alternatives, one of life’s simple treats. There is a wide range of winter […]

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Christmas in Budapest

Winter is the most exciting, most enchanting of the seasons and I look forward to it year by year. The sparkling white snow makes even the dullest and plainest neighborhood spectacular and beautiful to look at, besides the captivating Castle area or Heroes Square in Budapest, covered with snow. Nothing can compare to the atmosphere […]

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Thanksgiving dinner in Budapest

Everyone who is a little bit interested in American culture knows that Thanksgiving lands on the 4th Thursday of November. It is probably the second biggest holiday in the United States after Christmas, if not the biggest. It originated as a harvest festival to give thanks, especially for the abundance of food after the harvest […]

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Museum of Fine Arts – Reopening in Autumn 2018

After reconstruction work lasting over 3 years, the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest will open its doors once again in October 2018. It is not only the building that has undergone renovation – thanks to the museum’s reunification with the Hungarian National Gallery, visitors can now enjoy revamped permanent exhibitions that have been devised according […]

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¡Latin Food Fest! – July 22, 2018

¡Latin Food Fest! is a summer festival that celebrates Latin-American cuisine and culture in Budapest. It is dedicated for foodies, musicians, dancers, and for those who would like to dive into Latin culture, and passionate about its cuisine and culture. ¡Latin Food Fest! will take place on July 22, 2018 in the breathtaking garden of […]

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Frida Kahlo Exhibition in Budapest – July 7, 2018 – November 4, 2018

Frida Kahlo Exhibition – Masterpieces from the Museo Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City at the Hungarian National Gallery,  Building C, ground floor Probably the most defining and iconic female artist of the twentieth century, Frida Kahlo is the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery in the summer of 2018. […]

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Where to enjoy live Latin music in Budapest

Latin music was already massive in around half of the world’s countries. But Despacito was especially massive. Is there life beyond 2017’s Latin-pop explosion? Beyond other trailblazers such as Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Thalia, Shakira or Enrique Iglesias, a new generation of performers have helped fuel the popularity and growth of Latin music […]

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Budapest

Cinco de Mayo is often mixed up with the Mexican National Holiday, the country’s “official” Independence Day, which is held on September 16, and is a bigger celebration than the widely known Cinco de Mayo. The origin of this holiday starts with a bittersweet victory won by a heroically defensive Mexican army led by General […]

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The Romanesque Hall – Open from March 15 to April 2, 2018

The renewed Romanesque Hall of the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest will be reopen to the public, after 70 years, from March 15 to April 2, 2018, every day from 10.00 to 17.00. Preliminary registration is not required, the admission is free for all visitors.

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March 15 – National Holiday

March 15 is a national holiday in Hungary, commemorating the anniversary of the 1848/49 Revolution against the Habsburg regime. On this day all the supermarkets, shopping malls, etc. will be closed but there are other interesting things to do, e.g.: 9.00 Raising of the Hungarian flag at the Parliament in Kossuth Square 14:00 Ceremonial speech by the Prime […]

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