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Paintcocktail - A Unique Nightout In Budapest, 22 July
From the organisers: Would you be up for a special night out in town? Get creative while having fun at PaintCocktail. If you’re looking for a recreational evening program, where creativity is also on the menu, PaintCocktail is just the perfect opportunity for you. more »

'Valley Of Arts' Fest, Kapolcs, 21 - 30 July


'Valley Of Arts' Fest, Kapolcs, 21 - 30 July
Hungary’s biggest arts festival, the 27th Valley of Arts, will take place again in Kapolcs, and in Vigántpetend & Taliándörögd. The ten-day long festival offers nearly 1200 concerts, theatre plays, literature sessions, communal programmes, and interactive games in a number of new venues this year. In addition to the most famous Hungarian performers, internationally known French bands Nouvelle Vague and Deluxe, and Pink Martini from America, will also perform. Read on for the full low-down about everything else that's on there. more »

Tickets Available: Sarah Brightman Concert, Budapest Aréna, 20 December


Tickets Available: Sarah Brightman Concert, Budapest Aréna, 20 December
Sarah Brightman’s spectacular Christmas concert in Budapest During the Royal Christmas Gala, international artists will perform a festive show, studded with opulent lighting effects. Either solo, in duets or phantasmal collaborations, artists will sing traditional Christmas classics, along with their greatest hits, while being supported by a grand orchestra and band. more »

Video: Orbán, Netanyahu Address Hungarian-Israeli Business Forum


Video: Orbán, Netanyahu Address Hungarian-Israeli Business Forum
All political obstacles to Hungarian - Israeli economic cooperation have been cleared, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at a Hungarian- Israeli business forum that was also attended by Benjamin Netanyahu, his Israeli counterpart. In his closing remarks to the forum Orbán said Hungary’s Eximbank had opened a 600 million dollar credit line to support partnerships between Hungarian and Israeli companies. more »

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