Can you imagine a massive restaurant inside a huge museum? Well that’s Budapest – a city of food and history. You will fall in love with it right away, after just a leisurely stroll along the Danube embankment, with its magnificent views of the Buda Castle , the Parliament and other historical buildings or after walking down the pedestrian street Vaci Utca, full of tempting mouth-watering smells from hundreds of cafes and restaurants.
The wine regions of Hungary are truly under-emphasized treasures of the world. This could be said for the wine makers there as well. Argophilia Travel News focuses briefly on one almost legendary producer, Gyorgy Lorincz. His recent appearance at the Budapest International Wine Festival reflects a re-emergence of Hungarian wines onto the world scene, and it is high time.