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Budapest has inspired many treats – most recently, a brand of beer. Budapest Sör, a light and high-quality brew, is available at a growing number of locations.
We present our monthly guide to the major festivals, performances, and many other events going on across Hungary’s capital during the upcoming weeks.
Last night Hungary’s capital joined many other global cities in illuminating their most famous landmarks with green and yellow, heralding the Rio Summer Games.
Budapest’s Mahart riverboat service has expanded its schedule for the warm-weather seasons with varied day trips offered daily, along with sightseeing cruises.
Filling many of the city’s landmark locales with distinctive concerts and DJ sets, this urban celebration is happening for the third time during June 2-5.
Get inspired to ride on two wheels with a look at these fun photos taken during this past weekend’s I Bike Budapest procession of cyclists on city streets.
Take a look at the creative media supporting the city’s effort to welcome the world’s top athletes, including the winning logo and some inspiring videos.
During June 2-4, this innovative festival once again draws esteemed thinkers to Budapest for future-focused presentations, including astronaut Chris Hadfield.
Budapest’s biggest party rocks on during August 10-17, and since all five-day passes are already sold out, the festival will likely be packed to capacity.
If you joined this past weekend’s tour of beautiful old buildings along Pest’s Grand Boulevard for Budapest100, you might be a star in our mini-movie about it.
We visit local bag, shoe, and jewelry designers to learn about the pieces they’ve freshly created, which will surely be hot during the sizzling seasons ahead.
This environmentally friendly new conveyance stretches over 50 meters, and it can be walked through from end to end, making tram line 1 a world-record holder.
Located on the grounds of the historic headquarters for Hungary’s postal service at Buda’s Széll Kálmán Square, this open-air bar is a special delivery.
Once upon a time, Pest was surrounded by a tall stone wall – segments of which can still be found in varied courtyards, cellars, a garage, and a playground.
The new “Dragons’ Nights” lantern festival recently began illuminating Budapest’s historic animal park, featuring hundreds of colorfully fantastic silk lamps.
In an exclusive interview with We Love Budapest, Ritz-Carlton Global Officer Bob Kharazmi explains how the premiering luxury hotel will cater to the community.
A new public initiative does a little bit to clean up the city’s sidewalks, and a lot to draw attention to Budapest’s many impressive Art Nouveau landmarks.
The historically significant edifice on Budapest’s grandest boulevard is meticulously restored and modernized to become one of the city’s hippest hotels.
The prestigious travel magazine is covering Budapest extensively these days, and now they offer readers the chance to win a deluxe Danube voyage to our city.