Set to debut in the first weeks of October, the new pieces by this ever-fresh Hungarian brand all aim to reach international standards of streetwear culture.
We’ll have to wait until next spring for Jamie’s Italian, which will replace Hadik restaurant in the Buda Castle to exclusively serve the British chef’s dishes.
Early during his show’s premiere season in 1985, the ingenious TV superspy went to Hungary’s capital… or, more precisely, an extremely crude replica of it.
Highly trained Hungarian baristas share their knowledge at this informal school offering in-depth java education, including English-language lessons.
UH Fest is one of the rare events dedicated to adventurous modern music in Hungary. It will take place between September 27 - October 3.
The 20s, prohibition. Speakeasies were the only places the fun loving crowd could get inebriated in secret. What if we told you there's a spot like that here in Budapest?
Here’s our handy guide on where to find new and intriguing designers at lesser-known Budapest locations during Design Week, from September 25 through October 4.
The fresh edition of MOJOMAG offers handy info about various nightclubs, landmarks, restaurants, baths, and many other hotspots in Hungary’s capital.
We hopped aboard a private yacht for a pleasure cruise amid Budapest’s iconic waterfront attractions – find out what makes Thetis so magical.
As the autumn semester begins, students flock to the cafés and parks around the city’s major universities. Here’s where to seize the day after class.
From hiking to yoga to soccer, many healthy activities are open to anyone in Budapest thanks to an international association hosting numerous low-cost events.
As one of downtown’s most distinctively designed nightlife destinations, Doboz features unpredictable surprises and colorful eye candy everywhere.
Tranquil vine-covered hills bloom with life in September as farmers gather the berries of their yearlong labors. We celebrate the Hungarian harvest traditions.
Teaming up with We Love Budapest and many masterful Magyar artisans, a fresh Projekt Showroom pop-up shop is now open near Váci Street and Vörösmarty Square.