Fresh in BP
Prepare for a fantastic voyage on July 23rd, when Budapest’s Cruisin ship sets sail for an electronica-scored excursion of open-air partying on the Danube.
Concealed amid Buda’s cobblestoned Castle District, a freshly added attraction showcases artifacts from the legendary Budapest-born illusionist Harry Houdini.
Following in the footsteps (or ripples) of Dunarama’s water limousine, the company’s DunaTaxi service speedily carries passengers to nearby riverside towns.
From July 24, passengers in Budapest will no longer be able to use the services of Uber due to legal changes.
Enjoy a panoramic meal above it all on the helicopter landing pad of Hotel President, where a rooftop terrace welcomes everyone with delicious grilled dishes.
It’s a dream come true for beer fans – now you can soak in hot thermal water infused with hops, barley, malts, and yeast, while drinking cold beers. Cheers!
Whether sipping beer poolside all afternoon or shaking your booty in the moonlight, all kinds of alfresco fun can be had at these ongoing summertime shindigs.
This summer, music from myriad genres mingles in the air with animal sounds during the cool concerts happening at the Budapest Zoo every Wednesday night.
A new passenger building, a cargo center, high-tech body scanners, and a direct metro connection to downtown are planned for development in the near future.
We present a monthly guide to major festivals, art exhibitions, food fairs, and many other events going on across Hungary’s capital during the upcoming weeks.
From high-end travel journals to lifestyle magazines to architectural publications, the global media keeps on adoring Budapest for its alluring attractions.
Wes Anderson’s visual tailoring, S. Craig Zahler’s revisionist Western, the original surf movie, and many other fine films brighten screens citywide in July.
Freestyle spirits will soar at a new riverside skatepark planned for Boráros Square beneath Petőfi Bridge, which will be inaugurated by the end of summer.
As one of the world's first public parks, “Városliget” has a long history that shaped its current atmosphere – but what will City Park look like in the future?
While Liberty Bridge is closed to vehicular traffic due to construction work, locals decided to reclaim this statuesque span for some fresh-air fun.
This restored World Heritage building at a corner of Vörösmarty Square, the historic gateway to downtown Váci Street, now welcomes the public once again.
Located next to Nyugati Station, this sprawling beer garden awaits guests with a gigantic projection screen, a wide drink selection, and a great atmosphere.
Foreigners who are interested in donating their time for good causes can find many ways to pay it forward here in Hungary, often involving fun activities.
Admire an assortment of the city’s often-overlooked fanciful features in a short video capturing curvaceous lampposts, ornate windows, and beautiful balconies.
These are the ingredients for this recently opened riverfront hangout: Margaret Island, terrace, sand, DJs, parties till the sun comes up, food, and drinks.
Hungary’s oldest paragliding school turns 25 this year, attracting hundreds of high-flying members and still welcoming everyone to soar above the Buda Hills.
The actor best known for playing Austin Powers is currently in Hungary’s capital shooting his next film, while enjoying the local nightlife in his spare time.
As the latest addition to Budapest’s Brody House Group, “The Writer’s Villa” is a freshly restored 19th-century mansion that melds classic and modern styles.