As one of the finishing touches in the renovation of Moricz Zsigmond Square, the circular "Gomba" building is finally renewed both inside and out, providing premises for a BKK office, a café, and a bistro/gallery.
Check out a new line of highly detailed hand-drawn maps that present a fresh perspective on assorted sights of the Magyar metropolis, ranging from monumental landmarks to little old ladies.
The 2014 Színes Város Festival is freshly concluded, but the amazing oversized paintings created during the celebrations by diverse street artists will continually brighten spirits for years to come.
Offering a captivating combination of city history, tour suggestions, and personal anecdotes, knowledgeable Budapest native András Török debuts the newest edition of his idiosyncratic guidebook.
As a historic facility that still supplies much of Budapest's thermal heating, this triumph of industrial design is now open to the public.
Part squash court, part party zone, and total fun – Karizma Budapest combines fast-paced fitness with the atmosphere of a techno rave, all amid the picturesque parkland of Margaret Island.
We explore the freshly renewed section of Buda's centuries-old Rudas Bath found at the foot of Gellért Hill, now featuring four new swimming pools, a restaurant, and a Jacuzzi with a panoramic view.
Pest's Grand Boulevard – or “Nagykörút” – is one of the city's main thoroughfares, but while we're busily going about our day along it, it's easy to miss the amazing sights found all along this beautiful road.
The renewal of Margaret Island continues with the reconstruction of its tranquil Japanese Garden and the renovation of the Musical Fountain.
Thanks to Petite Planet – a specialized nursery standing as a real oasis among the factories and garages of Soroksári Street – unique Japanese horticulture is now practiced in Hungary.
The legendary life of master magician Harry Houdini is freshly portrayed on the History Channel this month, and the city where he was born appears as itself in the show, while also standing in for several locations set abroad.
We introduce the most stunning styles offered for the colder months to come, all created by Hungary's top homegrown labels and available in Budapest.
As one of the city's biggest melting pots, Nyugati underpass is an iconic place in Budapest's public consciousness – we can experience strange things here, and can buy almost anything. We venture down to the depths of Nyugati Square.
A complete new fashion collection takes customary clothing motifs of Central Europe’s Roma community into the future with graceful sophistication.
Söntés (“Taproom”) of Matróz Kocsma (“Sailor Pub”) is the newest bar of Buda, featuring the largest Belgian beer selection in not only the capital's hilly side, but also in the whole city.
We visit the Omorovicza beauty salon – a refuge of tranquillity in the heart of downtown Budapest – and experience their innovative Hungarian products with a delightful on-site treatment.
Dapper gentlemen now have a place to freshen up in the Magyar metropolis. The concept of Barber Shop Budapest on Dob Street is completely unique in Hungary – and worth a try.