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• Limousine Rental in Budapest
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Budapest Expands Pay Parking
City council expanded the zones in which drivers must pay to park on streets, as it modified regulations in Budapest yesterday. more »
Car Insurance Fees Set To Rise
Car owners can expect a slight increase in compulsory vehicle insurance fees when insurers announce their new rates on November 2, according to industry observers. more »
Video: A Panoramic View Of Budapest
Among the steep hills of Budapest, along the Danube River, sits a terrace with some of the most incredible views of the city. The Fisherman’s Bastion was built at the turn of the 20th century as a celebration of the 1000th anniversary of the Hungarian state. more »

Authorities To Continue Checks To Filter Out ‘Taxi Scammers’ In Hungary


Authorities To Continue Checks To Filter Out ‘Taxi Scammers’ In Hungary
Transport authorities checked nearly 1,250 taxis and took action in 98 cases during the tourist season this summer as part of an enhanced scheme to obstruct “taxi scammers”, the development ministry said on Tuesday. more »

Used Car Sales Up 4% In Third Quarter


Used Car Sales Up 4% In Third Quarter
Used car sales and average prices have both risen in the third quarter in Hungary. Prices have grown most for MPVs, according to online used car portal hasznaltauto.hu. more »

Hungary Seeks To Restore Low-Capacity Rail Links With Slovakia


Hungary Seeks To Restore Low-Capacity Rail Links With Slovakia
Hungary’s government is committed to reopening low-capacity rail lines to Slovakia, foreign ministry state secretary Levente Magyar said on Friday. Addressing a free university of ethnic Hungarian mayors and councillors in Slovakia’s Velky Meder/Nagymegyer, he said the plan involves six existing railway lines that are currently out of operation. more »



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