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The ‘coffee house cult’ in Hungary started to take off in the 1800s. From that time onwards, they functioned as a community space, the main arena of cultural and political
As Budapest commemorates its 150th birthday this year, a grand celebration awaits all who join in the festivities.
Popular for its oriental gastronomy and classic café atmosphere, this busy spot of the capital has become a real cultic public space over the past years. It is open every
In August 1837, Pest’s first permanent, Hungarian-language theatre opened at the Astoria, with the performance of Hungarian poet Mihály Vörösmarty’s drama Árpád ébredése (The Awakening of Árpád)—this was the first
When Magyar Krónika asked their readers which building they thought was the most beautiful in Hungary, nine out of ten respondents said it was the Hungarian Parliament. However, it is
Excitement and anticipation, rain and dogs, a proposal and heavy poems. The first event of the returning Slam Poetry Budapest Club series did not fail to deliver.
After it was tragically blown up during World War II, the complete restoration of today’s Petőfi Bridge took more than seven years. It was handed over at last on 22
Thanks to the thermal springs of the capital, Budapest’s spa culture dates back several centuries. In our article, we have collected the historical thermal baths of Budapest, which are popular
Pope Francis is visiting the Hungarian community for the third time in just four years, but his first official trip specifically to Hungary will only take place this weekend.
The ‘survival programme’ was approved with 18 votes in favour and 12 abstentions. As a result, the city will take out a 16.6 billion forint loan for project development in