2020 has not turned out as planned, but it’s time to look ahead to 2021.
Budapest is a wonderful place, even has its own charm in these cold and grey winter months. Well, this is exactly what you can see and feel by looking at the following pics.
According to an American gastro blog, our capital is one of the lesser known but amazing foodie destinations in the world.
After enjoying a luxurious dinner in Onyx, the only restaurant with two Michelin stars in Hungary, guests were politely asked to gram hammers and smash the place.
If you have always wanted to see Budapest in an era long gone, for example in the thirties, well, we have some good news for you: we can take you for a short time travel, thanks to a video found in YouTube.
The Hungarian capital has its 147th birthday this year.
After co-hosting the event this year, Budapest will be the host of MTV European Music Awards in 2021, as well.
This year, the city’s Christmas decorations will also keep environmental considerations in mind.
This is what Buda and Pest originally meant.
Hungary will co-host one of the most important awards ceremonies of the music industry this year. London will be the other host of the virtual gala.
BBC’s Classical Music magazine compiled the best symphony orchestras across the globe – the Budapest Festival Orchestra is also included.
Our capital is not only one of the most wonderful places in the world but also happens to be on the list of the most walkable cities, preceding for example Barcelona and Berlin.
He already has two restaurants in Budapest but now Jamie Oliver has made his American diner-style meals available in our capital, as well.
Sweetest weekend of the year is finally coming up: visit St. Stephen Square at the Basilica from 18 to 20 September and enjoy some sweet treats – you absolutely deserve it.
From 3 September, you can try more than a dozen activities in Budapest City Park sports centre, the newest playground for sport lovers in the city.