Beginning today and lasting through Sunday, the Sziget Festival – Island of Freedom kicks off with a stellar lineup of entertainers. Hundreds of thousands will invade Budapest for one of the biggest party/cultural celebrations on Earth.
For those out there headed to Crete, driving the countryside is one of the great treats of this marvelous island destination. What’s more, navigating the well maintained Crete roads is a welcome adventure with mountain goats and sheep a plenty to keep visitors company. One such “discovery path”, the road to famous Elaphonisi Beach, is the spotlight of Argo today.
This weekend Budapest kicks off their part of the Europe-wide Let’s Clean Up Europe initiative with it’s own TeSzedd Mozgalom (YouPick) campaign. Organized by Hungary’s National Waste Management Agency is running the 4th segment of anti-litter initiative with this year’s. An all volunteer event running 9-11 May, the campaign descended on the City Park.
Hungary, the European country that shares its borders with 7 other countries is a beautiful place to visit. Amongst some of the most fun living people, you’re bound to fall in love with their culture and the places to visit. Let’s list out the 22 MUST GO-TO place in Hungary, so you’re sure not to […]
A new edition of the exhibition of old timer vehicles can be visited in Budapest between 25-27th October 2013, at the SYMA program centre. The exhibition is organized by Oldtimer Show Ltd. Unlike previous years, when the exhibition was exclusively focused on old time vehicles, this edition will include some new vehicles as well. Moreover, […]
A traditional German festival, Oktoberfest is now part of universal culture, and is a popular event all over Europe. This Fall in Budapest, Oktoberfest lasts three days, from October 11, to October 13. The event takes place in Kopaszi Gát. For Budapest, this is the first time ever when an Oktoberfest takes place. True to […]
The Hungarian kürtőskalács (chimney cake) originated in the Székely Land of Transylvania, a historical region in the central part of Romania, where a large Hungarian ethnic population still lives. The sweet delicacy is made of yeast cake, using only natural ingredients. It is made in many Hungarian homes in Romania, but also across the borders, […]
Pálinka is more than a drink for countries like Hungary and Romania: it’s tradition. They both dispute the origin of the drink, but the name is clearly Hungarian. Regardless origin, this is the most popular drink in the region, and deserves a festival of its own. The Budapest Pálinka and Sausage Festival is a highly […]