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5 ways to warm up in Budapest in winter – Budapest Travel Article

5 ways to warm up in Budapest in winter Dec21 When the temperature dips in Budapest, that’s when the city comes alive with warmth! That’s because the cold months of winter are one of the best times of year to explore the Hungarian capital, with plenty of sites to see and flavours to taste that will warm your heart no matter the windchill. From Christmas markets to thermal spas, here’s how to embrace winter in Budapest. Browse the Christmas markets As winter…

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How 3 Budapest friends are making a mark in eco-design – Budapest Travel Article

How 3 Budapest friends are making a mark in eco-design Nov17 The Medence Group Art and Service Ltd was founded in 2000 as an independent physical and spiritual creative workshop by three friends (Tóbiás Terebessy, designer; Gergely (Gergő) Magyar, visual communication designer; András Gross, architect). Today, 17 years later, they are one of the most well-known names in Hungary for sustainable design. Their recycled bags can be seen on the arms of a lot of people, but this collective really…

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Where to find the best burger in Budapest – Budapest Travel Article

Where to find the best burger in Budapest Mar21 Take your favourite rock songs, add in homemade hamburgers and good beers, and you have the makings of a perfect meal in Budapest. Rock Burger Bar by Zsigmond Szivós and Mészáros Máté has all these things — including the best burger in Budapest, according to our local Budapest guides. Burgers are made with only the highest quality Hungarian beef and topped with homemade Hungarian sauces such as ketchup, BBQ with plum…

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Why I left Budapest (1/2) – Budapest Travel Article

Why I left Budapest (1/2) Many of my followers noticed that I no longer post pictures of Budapest but of an entirely different continent. Besides that, I also changed my Twitter profile from Katechka Magyarka to Katechka Voyageuse. Note: I haven’t changed it on Facebook because it doesn’t want to let me. But what has happened? Before you get to know the reasons that led me to leaving Hungary, here are a few facts. I arrived to Budapest on 13.12.2013,…

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Things to do in Budapest – Budapest Travel Article

Things to do in Budapest May31 The Hungarian capital can be many things to many people — something that makes it a particularly ideal travel destination. A rich history, architectural beauty, stunning skyline and proximity to nature only scratch the surface of what you can find in Budapest. Looking for more? Our local Budapest tour guides have gathered their picks for some of the best things to see and do while you’re visiting. Explore Mikszáth Square Mikszáth Square is in…

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Why I left Budapest (2/2) – Budapest Travel Article

Why I left Budapest (2/2) I left Budapest in July 2017 after 3.5 years of living in this beautiful capitol. This is a part 2 of my series about the reasons that led me to quitting Budapest. Read the first part about how the city changed, and how tourism shapes it. Or just be a rebel, and read the second part first. Right now. Living in the heart of Budapest has endless advantages, but brings surprising disadvantages, too. The city…

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Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest – Budapest Travel Article

Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest Mar01 It’s a blazing hot day in the middle of summer in Budapest, and a group of 11 travellers from various parts of the world are gathered outside the city’s iconic Central Market Hall. We’re hungry to explore one of Europe’s great destinations, and Gergo Csada, our guide, has just the plan to weave the varied flavours of Hungary’s cuisine into our day alongside the fascinating and sometimes troubled history of his…

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Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest – Budapest Travel Article

Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest It’s a blazing hot day in the middle of summer in Budapest, and a group of 11 travellers from various parts of the world are gathered outside the city’s iconic Central Market Hall. We’re hungry to explore one of Europe’s great destinations, and Gergo Csada, our guide, has just the plan to weave the varied flavours of Hungary’s cuisine into our day alongside the fascinating and sometimes troubled history of his hometown…

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