Some of the beaches and lidos reopened for the last weekend of May, for the Children’s Day but some historic and popular baths still remain closed.
There are so many experiences waiting for us in Budapest again – here are our top 3 favourites.
Not Margaret Island is the only place where you can see beautiful Japanese Garden in the city!
So far, this is the most important development in the capital’s transport infrastructure this year.
You can have the first cocktail or coffee of the season at these places.
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.
Watch the 21 years old Hungarian dancer performing his moves for a melody that mirrors the molecular structure of the coronavirus.
Another tiny but super cool thing worth checking out when the pandemic ends and we can rediscover Budapest again.
Three new stops will be established at important junctions.
The Canadian singer-songwriter returns to our capital after 12 years, we can’t wait for her show.
By visiting the Flying Broom, you can enter the Harry Potter universe – it is no wonder that the place is extremely popular already.
If there is something like „time for donuts”, February definitely is that time.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what else could we share with you today than a recent compilation of the most romantic hotels in our capital? ;)
It will be the first time for the Hungarian audience to see his artworks in Budapest.
These are our 5 favorite programs for the last hours of 2019.