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  • Budapest’s Ruin Bars are Breathing New Life into Historic Buildings
    Budapest’s Ruin Bars are Breathing New Life into Historic Buildings
    Ruin Bars such as Szimpla Kert (located at Kazinczy utca 14) are revitalizing Budapest’s historic districts. Renovated cellars and gardens reflect an artistic and urban flair. Eclectic music, trendy crowd and hidden alcoves provide a party...
  • Budapest: Europe's newest foodie destination
    Budapest: Europe's newest foodie destination
    With top luxury hotels and locations from global restaurant brands like Nobu, Budapest is rapidly becoming a key stop on any European foodie tour. Es Bisztro, located inside the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest, features an authentic Hungarian...
  • Szekesfehervar: A Baroque Way to Travel
    Szekesfehervar: A Baroque Way to Travel
    Szekesfehervar located in Northern Transdanubia is a charming and cobbled-stone street town renowned for its Baroque architecture. Strolling around the Centrum and through Fo utca, travelers will discover a hub of historical and religious...
  • Jazz Room at the Aria Hotel Budapest
    Aria Hotel Budapest to Open 2015: Music lovers will fall in love
    Slated to debut in March 2015, Aria Hotel Budapest will be located on the Pest side of the Danube just steps from Andrassy Avenue and next door to St. Stephen's Basilica.Music lovers will be ecstatic with each of the hotel's four wings ...
  • Lost Mozart score found in library
    Lost Mozart score found: Penned in 1783, discovered tucked away in library
    Classical music lovers everywhere understand the significance of this latest find of the original score for the melody of Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major. Mozart’s original famous score, thought to be lost for over 200 years...
  • Arfully exploring Eger: Taking the Bull’s Blood by the horns
    Arfully exploring Eger: Taking the Bull’s Blood by the horns
    Traveling through Eastern Europe is straightforward and manageable due to the train system. Departing from Deli, Keleti or Nyugati station, it’s virtually a traveling smorgasbord offering such options as international and regional excursions...
  • Margaret Island: A Slice of Paradise
    Margaret Island: A Slice of Paradise
    Nestled between the banks of Buda and Pest, Margaret Island’s 2.5 km of aquatic and artistic entertainment has been a tranquil setting for the Budapest elite since the Medieval Ages. Now a popular escape from the bustling city streets, the...
  • Budapest’s Japanese and Turkish Delights
    Budapest’s Japanese and Turkish Delights
    Strolling through Budapest, travelers will find a blend of cultures and cuisines. The Tomb of Gul Baba and the Japanese Gardens reflect an international flair to an already diverse city.The Turkish tomb is dedicated to Gul Baba, the Father of...
  • From Buddha to Buda: A NYC Girl's Guide to Living Abroad
    From Buddha to Buda: A NYC Girl's Guide to Living Abroad
    For twelve years I lived in New York City and loved the fast pace lifestyle. A New York transplant but I made the city my home and was often found indulging in the theatre and restaurant scene. Unfortunately Hurricane Sandy hit and I was forced to...
  • Spectacular Budapest
    Budapest, a great summer destination
    Budapest is nothing else, but a blossoming, creative metropolitan city rich in history and culture. The political and administrative center of Hungary is nowadays a big tourist draw and proudly tops the world’s most fascinating cities list...
  • Unbelieveable deal offered on river cruise from Budapest
    Unbelievable deal offered on Budapest river cruise on luxurious new AmaSonata
    River cruises continue to be the rage especially among veteran seafarers who’ve been there and done that and young, more adventurous travlers. Many people have eschewed the genre because well river boats didn’t use to be too luxurious....
  • Fakanal Etterem, meaning Wooden Spoon restaurant, upstairs in Budapest's lively Central Market
    A Budapest treat, Upstairs at the Central market
    Budapest, Hungary The best way to experience a country is through its food, and no culinary trip is as gustatory and fun as one that begins in Budapest, Hungary. The city has many great, modern restaurants serving a variety of cuisines, but I...
  • Top 20 Deal: 7 night Danube River cruise for $999
    Top 20 Deal: 7 night Danube River cruise for $999
    One of Travelzoo’s 20 Top Deals includes a 7 night Danube River cruise from Gate 1 Travel for $999 per person, a savings of $1,995 per person based on comparable cruises. Air fare can also be easily added through Gate 1 Travel, or you can...
  • Budapest ruin bar
    Szimpla Kert, Budapest's popular ruin pub
    The lively Hungarian capital is famous for its innumerable ruin bars. These places are located in abandoned buildings and courtyards of Budapest. Szimpla Kert is a hot spot; it is undoubtedly the best known, ruin pub among tourists. This popular...
  • The Chain Bridge
    Experience the history in Budapest Hungary
    Embrace the history within Budapest Hungary, known as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The capital is the largest city in Hungary and currently one of the largest cities within the European Union. The city spans across the Danube River,...