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International Train Service Suspended From Budapest Keleti Railway Station
State railway company MÁV indefinitely cancelled all international train traffic after 8 a.m. Thursday, citing “safety reasons”. Passengers wishing to travel abroad will have to disembark within Hungary and transfer to trains run by foreign companies. MÁV officials told reporters that they could no longer guarantee the safety of Hungarian passengers. more »
Hungarian Railways Stop International Trains
As of today, no direct trains will depart from Budapest bound for Western Europe, Hungarian State Railways MÁV said in an announcement this morning, according to news agency MTI. Those leaving the country must transfer at a station near the border, and passport checks that can weed out refugees are expected at those border stations. more »
Xpat Opinion: Tourism Boosts Rents In Hungary
As the number of tourists arriving in Hungary hits record highs and online rental websites become increasingly popular, a columnist calls for stricter tax inspection and better regulation of the privately rented appartments. In June, 474,000 tourists arrived in Budapest, 100,000 more than four years ago. According to various estimates, the share of online rental listings including Airbnb has significantly increased, boosting real estate and rental prices in downtown Budapest and other major tourist destinations. more »

Hungarian Tax Officials To Check Airbnb


Hungarian Tax Officials To Check Airbnb
The tax authority NAV announced that it will check whether landlords are paying taxes on accommodation offered via airbnb and other popular holiday rental sites. Tax officials will rent rooms and apartments as part of the investigation. The number of places available for rent in Budapest via airbnb has shot up from 1,500 last December to 7,000 today. more »

Hungarians Spending More On Summer Vacations


Hungarians Spending More On Summer Vacations
Spending by Hungarian families vacationing this summer is set to reach 151,000 forints (EUR 490), on average, 28% more than last summer, a representative survey by Budapest Bank shows. Fully 22% of vacationers are spending under 50,000 forints, while 23% are spending more than 200,000 forints. more »

Budapest Among Top Tourist Destinations Of Europe


Budapest Among Top Tourist Destinations Of Europe
The presence of low-cost airlines and an abundance of entertainment options make Budapest one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, the head of the Hungarian Hotels and Restaurants Association said. Ákos Niklai told public television that a recent report by the association showing an annual 8.2% increase in domestic guest nights and 3.7% increase in international guest nights in January-May this year reflected pre-season data. more »



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