It can be hard to get a feel for a holiday location so far away. Here we list a handful of great visual ways to become familiar with Hungary. Take a look at whatever aspects of the country interest you, using a range of free tools, including photo galleries, panoramic images, videos and apps. Get to know Hungary your way!Read more
If you fancy reading up on Hungary as a destination, it can be difficult to know where to start, as there is so much information out there! Here we distil the process into three easy types of info and in a manageable size. Read selected magazine and newspaper articles by professional travel writers, or blogs/travelogues by enlightened visitors who have already been there , done that. We also include a few podcast channels for those who prefer interviews and the spoken word. Learn about Hungary your way!Read more
From time to time, Hungary is mentioned in the press and online. Here's our ongoing list of links to web articles about Hungary: Recent stories: "Pest Side Story" and Minube ranks Budapest in its prestige list of "50 cities to see in your lifetime."Read more
You may notice a number of huge frescoes in Budapest in August and September. What's it all about? Part of an artistic project called "Colourful City" this festival of public art will be responsible for an increased palette of colours in massive, bright paintings on several huge external walls on various inner-city buildings around Budapest at the end of the summer.
Here is the latest video about Hungary's introduction during Expo Milano 2015. In this shot 4 famous people speak about Hungary and their love of Hungarian products, culture, food or the water you can also have a look at and get in touch at our pavilon.
Some things will always have a cost – we've not yet found international transport for free, nor are hotels and restaurants in the business of charity. However, away on holiday there's often an „enough is enough" mentality. Having shelled out just to get here- must you really pay extra to actually see everything? Thankfully not, there are plenty of aspects to Hungary that can be enjoyed without extra expense.