An enchanting Budapest brasserie features a boutique hotel where guests enjoy old-fashioned hospitality – we spend a night at this timeless destination.
It was an eventful August in the Magyar metropolis, and you shared many Instagram snaps of it with us. Here are some of our favorite end-of-summer photos.
One of Budapest's most avant-garde events for soaring sounds begins today at a pair of offbeat Buda venues – we share highlights of this groovy gathering.
During autumn, many open-air gastronomical gatherings welcome everyone in and nearby Hungary’s capital – here are some September celebrations of good libations.
After a top-to-bottom renovation, one of Budapest’s most historic brick bazaars is almost ready to welcome shoppers again – we take a sneak peek inside.
According to a Jégbüfé representative, this longtime Budapest confectionery might relaunch in the same building in March of 2017 – or at least somewhere nearby.
Since 1952, this old-fashioned confectionery is one of downtown’s most popular meeting places, but this weekend they’ll serve their last coffee and pastry.
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.
At this newly opened urban adventure park in District XIII, anyone can feel like an action hero while climbing old freight containers and gliding on zip lines.
The sweetest tradition of Hungary’s August 20th holiday is the debut of a new national cake. We share where to find this year’s intoxicating treat in Budapest.