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Xpat Opinion: Top 5 Tips For Britons Moving To Hungary
In 1989, following the fall of communism, Hungary became a democratic country. Ever since many Britons have moved there and, upon arrival, discovered a country seeped in rich cultural experiences and an idyllic rural landscape. If you are considering moving to Hungary, here are a few tips to help provide a fluid transition into your new life. more »

Event Report: Far East At Millenáris Park Budapest


Event Report: Far East At Millenáris Park Budapest
On the occasion of the Chinese New Year, Far East and Hungarian artists, musicians, as well as sportsmen have greeted the Year of the Horse on February 1st, at the Millenáris. The festival awaited its visitors with kung-fu, traditional Chinese medicine, children programmes, exhibitions, calligraphy, Far East gastronomy, concerts, and movies previously unknown to the Hungarian audience. At the opening ceremony held on the occasion of the most important holiday in East Asia, Deputy Mayor Balázs Szeneczey has also delivered a speech. more »

Invitation: Busó Festival, Mohács, Hungary, 27 Feb - 4 March


Invitation: Busó Festival, Mohács, Hungary, 27 Feb - 4  March
Ever wondered what an ancient carnival would look like? Just 40 kilometers from Farmotel Stefania the historic town of Mohács hosts the UNESCO-protected Busó festival. It marks the end of winter, featuring ‘Busós’, frightening-looking costumed people, most of men, wearing wooden masks and big woolly cloaks. more »

Hungary Hosts Poetry And Prose Recital Festival


Hungary Hosts Poetry And Prose Recital Festival
Hungary will host a poetry and prose recital festival this spring to commemorate the European Year of the Family and the 100 years since the outbreak of World War I, Minister of State for Culture János Halász said at a press conference . more »
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