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"Address: II. ker. Fõ utca 84 It is a genuine turkish steam bath.It has been operating from 1566 !
Open only for adults. Sun closed.There is one big pool and 4 small ones with different temperature. Take the metro 2 red line to Battyány tér in direction of Déli 5 stops. From there you can walk on Fő út, or take the bus 86."more getting around news »
"ING is about to launch its second private regional property fund of one billion euro. When the company set up its first regional property fund in 2004 it hoped to reach the 700 million euro closing value in three years. In fact the fund, with 60% invested in commercial properties and 40% in Czech, Hungarian and Polish office buildings, was already closed in March this year."more real estate news »
"After opening at levels around 257, Hungary's forint broke south of 256 to the euro by around 10:00 CET (255.40/70), which marks yet another 8-month high. At 11:40, forint was traded around 256.40-256.70 to euro."more business & finance news »
"Oil and gas exploration company, Ascent Resources PLC, said it has started digging its second well in Hungary with a planned depth of 1,100 metres, to quantify the extent of gas reserves in the northern part of Nyirseg permits."more business & finance news »
"Hollie Dunaway and her team (Ashlin Hensley and Brian Jones) arrived in Budapest, Hungary. Hollie "Hot Stuff" Dunaway 16-4-0 (10ko's) will be fighting Krisztina "Baby" Belinszky 19-4-2(9ko's) on November 25th"more sports news »
"Type 1 diabetes is a growing health problem among European children. European data indicate that the disease incidence has increased five- to six-fold among children under the age of 15 years after World War II, and there are no signs that the increase in incidence is levelling off."more health & wellness news »
"Károly Kincses, the curator of the exhibition József Pécsi - A Renaissance Man, says that the photographer is a neglected artist, whose proper place in Hungarian photography needs to be restored. “József Pécsi is a master of portraits and nudes, and the one who raised advertising photography to the ranks of art,” he explains."
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"German auto-maker Audi has reaffirmed it will go ahead with research and development-related investments in Hungary worth e1bn ($1.28bn) over the next five years.more business & finance news »
"From the moment Borat Sagdiyev (Sacha Baron Cohen) plants a passionate kiss on the lips of a buxom blonde, and then proudly introduces her as his sister and the fourth-best prostitute in Kazakhstan, his cinema-bound traveling companions know they are in for a bumpy ride.more movies news »
"The Herend of marzipan in Hungary has different shapes, flavors and sizes to offer. For presents or larger items, shipping offered. Pest VI., West End City Center, Váci út 1-3, T: (+36 30) 565 9916., Mammut Shopping Center, Pest II., Lövôház u. 2-6. T: (+36 1) 345 8078."more shopping news »
"International restaurant specializing in food ranging from easy and light to spicy downright Hungarian food. Decoration is rather American, with a cosy atmosphere. Best point? Could be the whisky. LOTS of whisky and served in large pours. Open: Mon-Thurs: 12-02. Fri-Sat: 12-04. Sun 16-02. Pest VI., Jókai tér 5. T & Fax: (+36 1) 302 2116."more dining guide news »
"While the format has existed in several countries since 2001, Telemedia's founder and chairman, Jeno Torocsik, hopes to become the genre's global baron with a new business model."more entertainment news »
"WITHIN three years the face of Budapest’s skyline could change forever with the construction of the city’s first skyscraper, a 110-meter high, 30-35 story building by Raiffeisen Real Estate, although city officials insisted to The Budapest Sun that such buildings will not be a feature of the downtown area.more real estate news »
"According to a Friday report by Hungarian daily Magyar Hírlap, Sistema would accept in exchange for cash and a majority stake in its core asset, cell phone firm Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), control over one or two smaller or one bigger DT subsidiary."
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"According to the local media, National Bank of Hungary (NBH) Governor Zsigmond Járai said that a rate increase was not the only policy option on Monday, since the HUF rally would reduce inflationary pressures. Goldman Sachs has said on Friday the statement creates some downside risk to their forecast of a 25-basis-oint hike to 8.25% next Monday, since Járai is usually relatively hawkish in his comments. Goldman Sachs, however, sticks with its view."
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