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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: BBC Travel slideshows about the Hortobágy and great plains region of Hungary.Read more
Browse our compilation of the best upcoming events! Here you will find a brief and factual list of parties, concerts, and festivals in date order, with links to more information and online ticket services where possible. Get inspired about Hungary's most exciting events and classiest concerts in 2014. Get ready to have fun!Read more
Hungary is well known and beloved for its architecture and cultural heritage. Visitors may find themselves several hundred years back in the past standing on a single street corner or visiting one of Hungary's most admired sites. In Hungary you can find roman ruins, gothic churches, hundred-year old houses and modern buildings, all next to each other.Read more
Are you on a thrilling trip through Europe and keen to come back and do it again? Submit your exciting travel video to win a free holiday! Visit Europe is announcing a video competition with a 2-week holiday as first prize.
It's great to get away from it all sometimes, and here we make a few "wild" suggestions of places to visit in Hungary, whether on horseback, riding a bike, by boat or just putting one foot in front of the other.
August 20th is the National day of Hungary, commemorating King Stephen, the first king of the Hungarians, responsible for founding the Hungarian state and ushering in Catholicism and the protection of Rome. He was canonised and became St. Stephen on August 20th 1083. The celebrations of this date stretch over 2 days and conclude with a bombastic firework display over the Danube River.