Are children welcome at the Hungarian National Gallery? Will they be bored to death among the 19th century Hungarian paintings and the medieval fine art remnants in the gallery? We hope not. …Read More »
Celebrating the Hungarian Language and Books, the 3-day Book Fair is more than a book market. It is also a traditional Hungarian-themed festival with concerts, children programs, gastro events and much more.
The 14th Book Fair is organized in the …Read More »
The Hospital in the Rock (Sziklakorhaz) underneath the Buda Castle district is one of the most unique and fascinating attractions of Budapest.
It was built as a secret military hospital and bunker – nowadays it’s the biggest Hungarian waxwork exhibition …Read More »
The Buda Castle is located on top of the Castle Hill on the Buda side of the river Danube. Despite the elevated location, it is very easily accessible on foot, or by public transport.…Read More »