Dr. Bubó, the Checkered-eared Rabbit and Pom Pom can now be worn on clothes, phone cases and even masks.
Bejgli is made for hundreds of years according to the recipe below.
Even The New York Post writes about a Hungarian confectioner who actualized Santa Claus for this pandemic Christmas season: his creations wear a small edible marzipan mask.
Museum objects have magic power in this unique collection.
Nimród Antal is going to direct Liam Neeson in the upcoming thriller Retribution, shooting is planned to start in spring in Berlin.
These days, we can’t wait for some great news so here is one for today: Hungarian photographers are also among the winners at International Photography Awards.
Have you ever dreamed of cycling in an enchanted countryside? Here is a bike path which can give you this impression, we suppose.
Newest important recognition for the Hungarian cuisine: traditional dishes and desserts are mentioned among best ones in the world.
Not only the view from here is amazing but the sphere lookout in Balatonboglár itself, too – it was recently chosen lookout tower of the year in Hungary.
We all remember the famous ‘shower scene’ from the movie Psycho which is now recreated by 60 Hungarian actresses for the 60th anniversary of the film.
István Veres and the Hungarian team got the 9th place in the European championship.
Gay Hussar is waiting for its guests with new owners and new name.
Mónika Lakatos, singer of Romengo and Gypsy Sounds (Cigány hangok), received this year's Womex Lifetime Achievement Award at the World Music Expo.
Kata Wéber, screenwriter of the award-winning movie Pieces of a Woman is on Variety magazine’s 10 Screenwriters to Watch list.
Hungarian hobby photographer Roland Kránitz’s photo of a ‘praying’ ground-squirrel is among the best at the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards – you can still vote for it.