The green map of Budapest is coming – a guide to the conscious lifestyle in the capital
Posted by Budnews · Jul 10, 2019

Green Guide Budapest will be a free publication for city dwellers and tourists to live more conscious and healthier life.

As the climate catastrophe becomes more and more threatening, anxiety is getting more and more frequent in our everyday lives. The only good thing is that it encourages many people to live in a more conscious and sustainable way. Of course, we don't want to give up our lifestyle not even during the holiday, but it's hard to be green in a new city. Fortunately, more and more responsible, innovative, green and non-profit organizations are present in Budapest, but they aren't easy to find. Or weren't, because the Green Guide Budapest is being prepared.

The purpose of Green Guide Budapest team is to prove and inspire that the conscious lifestyle should not be about giving up, but can also be enjoyable and joyful. With their subjective collection, they want to help those living in Budapest and visitors here, by presenting these places to support local, conscious businesses and positive initiatives.

They make a bilingual map that combines and recommends several „green” topics: places and programs that keep sustainability, healthy living and minimizing waste. Instead of the usual tourist attractions, parks and markets will be the focal point, along with packaging free shops, concept stores, vegan-friendly canteens, cafes, family-, dog- and bicycle-friendly places, and zero-waste living. Practical information will also be included on the map, such as waste collection islands or cargo bike rental points.

If you would like to support the creation of the map, you can do it on indiegogo. We can't wait to see the result!

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