Budapest Airport has opened a new VIP service which offers exclusivity, relaxation, comfort and the personal touch, and more.
Budget airline Wizz Air has announced daily service from Frankfurt to Budapest. The Hungarian capital welcomed some 800,000 visitors last month, which was an all time high for January. So the expansion of Wizz Air service is more good news.
Thermal bath parties are the new Budapest craze, and the trend gets hotter and hotter.
Travelers headed from Budapest to Sofia will be able to book Wizz Air flights starting November 1st. According to news from the airline, the new service will connect the two capitals three days a week.
Palinka festivals, music, arts and crafts, and other interesting events are waiting for you in Budapest this Spring.
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.
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.
The popular Sziget Festival opens its gates on August 11, 2014, becoming one of the main reasons for you to visit Budapest this Summer.
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.
According to Post Office Travel Money’s Christmas Market Barometer 2013, Budapest (Hungary) and Riga (Latvia) are the best value destinations for a festive city break.
The city has everything from naturally occurring hot springs, to enormous ornate buildings, the beauty of the Danube and a thriving night scene.
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 […]
Low-cost airline Wizz Air, one of the top players in the low-fare market of Central and Eastern Europe, has announced the addition of a new route to its flight map, the Budapest-Malta route. Flights between the Hungarian Capital and the island of Malta will debut on May 17th, 2013, and the route will initially be operated twice a week.
Winter has set in for everyone in the Northern Hemisphere on Mother Earth. And for the traveler, visions of the next great journey away from inherent cabin fever are surely arising now. Discover Europe! Your sixth travel sense may be saying, and what better way than traversing most of it, in comfort, and style. Is this a sales pitch? Well no, we don’t work for Avalon Waterways, we just know travel. Read on, this is good stuff.
The Art Market, Budapest, Hungary is an annual event staged every year. Be sure to visit the 2012 event which is held between 8th to 11th November.