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 […]
Hungarians are really proud of their equestrian traditions and Budapest holds an annual cultural event celebrating it. The National Gallop will take place this year between 20-22 September in the Heroes’ Square. The event is the biggest Hungarian equestrian festival and the program is quite colorful. The participants will be able to taste specific Hungarian […]
If you are visiting Budapest this summer, you will want to know a few insiders’ tips to make your experience even more enjoyable.
The Budapest Summer Festival 2013 arrives June 14 and celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Margaret Island Open-air Stage. 2013 promises to be an exceptional year variety of programs and open air delightful Summer nights.
Coming up next week in Budapest, dotcomhotel’s Hospitality E-Commerce & Revenue Management Conference kicks off May 30th at the Continental Hotel Budapest.
Starting on Friday May 17 and lasting until May 21st the Hay Festival hits Budapest, Hungary featuring international authors, musicians, and other artists. Scheduled events at the Petőfi Museum of Literature, the Central European University (CEU), and Akvárium Klub promise residents and visitors to Budapest rewarding art and entertainment.
For travelers headed to Budapest, Hungary one of Europe and the world’s most stunning cities awaits. And for those in search of the finest stays there, Boscolo Budapest offers an unarguably luxurious experience.
Budapest is one of those places everyone should see once, and when your chance arrives to visit what better way to stay than in the veritable lap of luxury. Argo Travel suggestions for either side of the Danube there in Hungary include some names you all know, and a few you may never have heard of. Famous for you, or not, your luxuriant time in this capital of culture will be none-the-less unforgettable.
Coming up in Budapest, the first dotcomhotel Hospitality E-Commerce & Revenue Management Conference for 2013 is all set to feature some of hospitality’s most knowledgeable experts. The conference, slated to cover important industry topics such as; the future of hotel meta search, brand reputation marketing in hospitality, and especially mobile applications for hotels, runs May 30-31 at the Continental Hotel Budapest.
The upcoming Hospitality E-Commerce & Revenue Management Conference in Budapest, dubbed dotcomhotel Budapest, has named digital PR firm Pamil Visions as the conference’s AOR. News via Pamil Visions announcement speaks of the innovative conference aims and Pamil Visions’ digital footprint as well.
For travelers headed to Hungary this week, and especially wine lovers, VinCE Magazine is holding VinCE Budapest 2013. This world renown event offers seated tastings, masterclasses, and interactive workshops for wine enthusiasts along with associated culinary events.
Hungary is now high on the list of must-see destinations for Russian tourists, with the number of arrivals in that country rising by more than 30% during the last year. As expected, the capital city Budapest remains the most popular destination in the country.