Budapest Airport just welcomed its 16-millionth passenger, marking the highest-ever number of passengers served in the airport’s history.
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.
Business Traveller Hungary has honored Mamaison Hotel Group’s Andrassy Budapest with their ’Best Budapest Business Hotel Award 2014.’
Coming to Budapest May 15th thru 18th, the Budapest Pálinka Festival is a unique gastronomic event for locals and guests of the city. Some 300 plus varietes of pálinka, a special Hungarian brandy, are the main attraction. Major producers offer their best distilled spirits.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
For visitors to Budapest this month, Adrien Szekeres will perform December 26th at Papp László Budapest Sportaréna. Making use of the latest audio and visual technology, the world class concert promises to make for an unforgettable experience.
Budapest has seen several air carries fly in to the Hungarian capital of late. The most recent new carrier, OLT Express, having arrived from Dresden just the other day. Budapest was last connected with the southeastern Germany city decades ago via recently defunct Interflugand Malév.
Starting today Genfrest runs in Budapest through September 3rd. With the motto “Let’s bridge” Genfest is about unity between people, cultures, generations, families, and movements.
It may be named as simply another section of the European continent but Eastern Europe holds a unique history and an appeal all its own for travelers from the United States. Plagued by conflict and with its people heavily oppressed for much of its history and until as few as 20 years ago in some regions, Eastern Europe in 2012 is a beautiful place of humble and hearty people amidst some of the most breathtaking backdrops, from cityscapes to country roads, in the world.
Magnuson Hotels, the world’s largest independent hotel chain, has just announced Villa Medici Hotel & Restaurant having joined the group. Magnuson’s first Hungarian hotel, the four star affair in Veszprém, just outside Budapest, offers luxury hospitality, gastronomy, and spa treatments in one of Hungary’s oldest communities.
Hungary has many wonderful cultural and natural wonders to entice visitors, but none more impactful than her warm spas and springs. For a Winter getaway, surely no place can be more appealing than a spa experience that is literally out of another world. Budapest’s warm spas will heal what ails you.
An upcoming tour offering may present those in search of Bohemian Europe a rare opportunity. Departing Vienna, Insight Vacations offer a 9 day excursion through Prague and Budapest after a two day stay in Austria. These luxury tours of 2011 are surprisingly affordable without cutting corners. This may be the perfect way to be introduced to Eastern Europe’s charms.