Fresh in BP
From Russia with love, the first shipment of renovated subway trains are now in Hungary’s capital, and will soon join the city’s public-transportation fleet.
The international teammates of the Budapest Reds welcome everyone to play or watch “America’s pastime” on a real field of dreams found in Hungary’s capital.
Watch the complete 14-month transformation of Buda’s most bustling plaza encapsulated in less than five minutes, as presented in the “Kalef365+” mini-movie.
The city’s recently sunny weather was followed by loud thunder and blinding lightning today – we present a few tempestuous snapshots uploaded by locals.
Beginning this month, several antique public-transportation vehicles provide regularly scheduled journeys that take passengers around town and back in time.
Led by top Magyar chef Tamás Széll, the Hungarian team won the continental finals of the world’s most prestigious culinary contest, held in Budapest this week.
For decades, “Moszkva tér” was an eyesore in the heart of Buda, but now it is a modern space with smooth transportation connections and more green areas.
The Budapest-based Zwack Family produced a limited-edition series of their most popular drink on the occasion of Puskás’s last professional match 50 years ago.
Thanks to the local Ivócsap Projekt, everyone can soothe their thirst during summer in the city with temporary hydration stations attached to fire hydrants.
The biggest open-air concert venue in Europe recently launched its newest season, now with large screens for sports broadcasts and a superb lineup of bands.
One of the most popular rock bands in the world will kick off their new tour in Hungary’s capital with a gig at Budapest SportArena on September 1st.
Hungary’s own Oscar-winning “Son of Saul”, the newest superhero blockbuster, the “Terminator” sequel, and many other movies will brighten screens citywide.
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.
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.
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.