These unique textiles are part of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Mónisüti has already conquered the Balaton region, now their desserts are available also in Budapest and they are looking for a permanent location in the capital.
Another tiny but super cool thing worth checking out when the pandemic ends and we can rediscover Budapest again.
This is the first time in history, that there is a Hungarian name on FourFourTwo magazine’s list – let’s see who is this and where can we find him in the compilation.
The machine, which also drains the exhaled air from the patient's environment through a filter system, is made in Budapest.
They all have Hungarian relatives.
Both productions have been acknowledged recently: one was made by Hungarian director and TV presenter Attila Till, while the other one is the work of a high school student.
Milán Radisics has been acknowledged at the Oscar of photography.
They have the most authentic kitchen we met in the city center!
Ildikó Enyedi and Márta Mészáros is on the BBC's top 100 list.
Csaba Daróczi’s snap won also the black and white category.
Kreinbacher Estate’s Brut Classic 2015 Magnum sparkling wine is officially one of the best ones in the world.
Check out the Hungarian winners of ‘hotel spa’ and ‘resort spa’ categories.
Dávid Mucsi won an international photo competition with one of his shark photos, so he could travel to Guadalupe to take some more sharky snaps.
A businessman with Hungarian origins managed to be ranked in the annual ‘Forbes 400’ compilation.