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The Celtic Barber

I’m having flashbacks to 1994 and the birth of the term “metrosexual”. The portmanteau of metropolitan and heterosexual describes a man who has discovered moisturiser…

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The what and the where

Sometimes, it may not be so much what you eat and drink when you go out but where you eat and drink, and in this…

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50 years treading the boards

Iconic guitarist Carlos Santana is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his album “Supernatural” and the 50th anniversary of “Abraxas” with a world tour, and the…

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For the heart and head

Following his sixth studio album, “Once Upon A Mind”, released in October, James Blunt launches a European tour on 14 February in Birmingham, UK, and…

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A waltz around Esztergom

One of the most splendid and inspiring views in this region is Esztergom’s highly symbolic Basilica when it is in clear line of sight with…

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Success move by move

Chess – also called the game of kings – is indeed one of the most complex board games and can be difficult to understand for…

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Coronavirus 'all clear so far'

Preventive measures implemented against the coronavirus by Hungary have proven effective to date, Interior Minister Sándor Pintér has said. The course of action includes preparing…

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Boarding now: easier

The first phase of the new passenger terminal, Pier 1, went into operation at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport on January 15. The demolition of…

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Time for (green) visions

The Prime Minister, among many others, has introduced Budapest as the world capital of culture and sports. Did the municipal elections last October spoil his…

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What drives Hungary forward

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, speaking during a podium discussion at the National Conservatism Conference in Rome on February 3-4, said achieving economic success is a…

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The brief history of the month (February 2020)

Presenting in one concise package the month’s most important and fascinating national stories, whether they be economic, political, cultural, sporting or among the hundreds of…

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'Foreseeing' today's troubles

New biographies of already-much-written-about deceased notables usually come with a promise of “newly discovered information/research/interviews” or some such, so as to justify the upate (for…

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Literature's most brutal break-ups

From Margaret Mitchell to Haruki Murakami to Graham Greene, capturing the severity of a break-up is a challenge many fine writers have taken up, with…

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Classic football and food

One of the most important games of the 2019-20 European soccer season will be the Spanish La Liga “Classico” on March 1 when Real Madrid…

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Tribute to Doors pioneer Ray Manzarek

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From the stage to the page

In December 2018, after 50 years of belly-laughs, energy and outrage, Sir William Connolly, CBE, announced his retirement from live stand-up comedy. It had been…

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Why The Scientists thought The Angels' fans would kill them

It was 1993 when, at the end of a Sunday night shift on The Newcastle Herald in NSW, Australia, one sub-editor said to another sub-editor,…

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Restaurant gets down to business

Hilton Garden Inn Budapest City Centre has that sparkling newness and cleanliness that come from still being only seven months old. The stylish ambience makes…

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At last, better news from entangled UK

To those people not familiar, this briefing concerning a bunch of fluffy creatures called the Wombles may be considered far too satirical at a serious…

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Indians fly the flag

The Embassy of India celebrated the 71st Republic Day of India on January 26, 2020 in Budapest. Republic Day commemorates the occasion on January 26,…

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All you need is love

No one has pinpointed the exact origin of Valentine’s Day – dark days in ancient Rome? – but its enjoyable celebration goes on, and Kempinski…

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Still passing on skills

Ferenc Kesztyűs is a man of many accomplishments – painter, graphic artist, caricaturist, designer of stage sets, gold plater, journalist, book illustrator, and so on….

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Brexit is half-way here

Finally, after 47 years of membership and 1317 days – three and a half years – of confusion, rancour and endless votes in Parliament, it…

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An ambassador’s time ends

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From graffiti to costly art

The “Art of Bansky: Without Limits” exhibition of the world’s most famous street artist has been seen in cities such as Amsterdam, Istanbul, Melbourne, Toronto,…

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Hungary, Kazakhstan 'strategic partners'

Hungary was in 1992 one of the first countries to recognise the independence of Kazakhstan, and Kazakhstan opened in 1993 in Budapest its first embassy…

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Coasts are clear for big year

This year’s two European Capitals of Culture are both coastal towns: the Croatian port of Rijeka alongside the Adriatic Sea and the Irish harbour Galway…

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Why the 'iron curtain' descended

Historian Preston describes how “war-weary” British prime minister Winston Churchill, “seriously ill” United States president Franklin D. Roosevelt and Soviet autocrat Joseph Stalin planned the…

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Decade of Kempinski Ladies rolling out the red carpet

No gentleman – as all the world well knows – would ever ask a lady her age. Should a fellow lacking in the finer graces…

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Croatia now the tie that binds

The oversize red tie that appeared on the downtown Budapest “Fat Policeman” statue on January 15 wasn’t simply some funster’s idea of brightening up the…

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7scents

I have a peculiarly impulsive sense of smell that has led me to stopping random people and commenting on the scent they’re wearing. Women usually…

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Slipknot tie up gig

In the wake of their return to the Number 1 position on the album charts of a dozen countries with their lauded sixth studio album,…

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Back and forth in time, space

Said by its promoters to be second to none in Europe, a 2000-square-metre VR Theme Park has opened in Budapest, opposite Nyugati train station. The…

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'I felt that it was the beginning of the end'

The Hungarian-American Piroska Nagy (born in 1962) started photographing at the time of the 1956 Uprising. Between 1988 and 1990 there were hardly any opposition…

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Operation bear rescue

Five bears that could no longer be cared for at a nature park-cum-zoo in southern Spain have been brought 3000 kilometres by road by a…

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For a stronger, unified Europe

I’ve been an avowed European for decades. Emotionally as well as rationally. I wouldn’t want to go back to a Europe that no longer has…

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Vulnerable landscapes need protection from the perils of lighting up

It’s always a heart-sinker when yet another forest fire, or a celebrated building, flares up anywhere in the world. This is especially so in recent…

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Weightlifting doping denied

Hungarian anti-doping body MACS has rejected claims in a documentary by German state broadcaster ARD that alleged systematic doping in weightlifting events supervised by the…

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Fidesz 'stands on success'

Gergely Gulyás, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, says the Fidesz-Christian Democrat (KDNP) party alliance’s chances of retaining power in 2022 will hinge on…

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MOL boss corrupt: court

A Zagreb court has found Zsolt Hernádi, chief executive of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL, and former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader guilty of…

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PM turns up the heat

The price of climate protection must be paid by those doing the destroying, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said in an interview published by daily…

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The brief history of the month (January 2020)

Presenting in one concise package the month’s most important and fascinating national stories, whether they be economic, political, cultural, sporting or among the hundreds of…

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The denouement has finally arrived

It is a clever and satisfying piece of symmetry – when Penguin Random House began to republish the 75 “Maigret” books in November 2013, the…

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'Momentous, historical' year for Kazakhstan

Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Hungary Zhanibek Abdrashov noted at a reception to celebrate the 28th anniversary of independence of the country that significant success has…

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Australian company expanding to Vienna, Geneva

Leading Australian hotel group TFE Hotels will debut its flagship Adina Hotels brand in Austria in 2020 and Switzerland in 2022. Powered by WPeMatico

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No foreigners here

Christmas came early for many people in Budapest this year with the election of the beautifully named Gergely Szilveszter Karácsony as mayor of the city…

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Just the place to do time

The whisky robber, the Hungarian version of Bonnie and Clyde, and a deer as a seri-al killer – these unusual criminal cases have made history…

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Pedals to the metal

Five Finger Death Punch has announced their biggest European arena headlining tour yet, for January-February 2020 and including multi-platinum sellers Megadeth as the special guest….

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Loss is a win anyway

The new Puskás Arena stadium sold out all 65,000 seats on November 15 when it was inaugurated with a friendly game between Hungary and Uruguay….

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Bucharest in miniature

After achieving a move to Budapest, surpassing the main tourist trails and transient ex-pat scene, my next phase took me to marriage, kids, The Budapest…

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A boat for every occation

If you want to see Budapest from the water, the internet offers a broad range of service providers offering diverse tours. Powered by WPeMatico

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From A to Zacskó

Many expats manage to live at least in part in Hungary for many years and still speak practically no Hungarian. One reason for this, apart…

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Economy producing the goods

Hungary’s third-quarter GDP grew by an annual 5 percent, the Central Statistical Office has confirmed in a second reading of data. Analysts, the government and…

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Teachers deliver ultimatum

Teachers’ trade union PSZ has held a demonstration in Budapest, with support from other teachers’ unions, demanding higher wages and a reduction of the burden…

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Balkans addition 'priority'

The Visegrád Group (V4) expects the new European Commission to speed up European Union enlargement, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó has said after meeting his V4…

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PM 'hopes' for tax cuts

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said that protecting Hungarian economic achievements would be the topmost task in 2020, and it would be an uphill struggle…

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The brief history of the month (December 2019)

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Top of the tree

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest’s current festive offering for Christmas and New Year’s Eve 2019 features ÉS Bisztró and its seasonal special, the Winter Terrace’s Yuletide…

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Thais celebrate three special occasions

Rarely can it have happened that a new ambassador presents his credentials to the President of Hungary in the morning and then hosts his country’s…

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Revolution sparked 'profound renewal' of Romania

Romania’s Ambassador to Hungary Marius Gabriel Lazurca hosted a reception to celebrate his country’s National Day at the Marriott Hotel, Budapest, on December 5. He…

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Projects up to $25,000 supported

The Public Affairs Section of the United States Mission in Budapest has announced funding availability through the Mission’s Public Affairs Small Grants Program. This program…

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Historic landmark transforms into luxury hotel

When Hungarian architecture firm Archikon was tasked with transforming a monumental but faded Belle Epoque beauty in Budapest into a luxury hotel, the ornate landmark…

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Magical month has arrived

The really, really bad thing about Christmas is that basically it is only one day out of 365 and you have to wait a whole…

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An anonymous voice on the telephone …

We’re going to miss Detective Chief Inspector Jules Maigret when he’s gone. For the past 39 months we’ve been reading each of Penguin Books’ chronological…

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One book leads to 200,000 others

At The Budapest Times, Vienna’s Josefplatz has always been something a little more than one of the finest courtyards among the many in splendid Vienna…

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A hard act to follow

Michelin stars aren’t the be-all and end-all at every decent restaurant in town – not at Déryné Bisztró, for instance, where the proprietors feel it’s…

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Half a century of diplomatic relations

An exhibition “Hungary-Malaysia: 50 Years of Friendship” has opened at the National Széchényi Library in the Castle District to celebrate the establishing of diplomatic relations…

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'International support needed' to solve impasse

The 36th anniversary of the establishment of the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus on November 15, 1983 has been celebrated with various ceremonies throughout the…

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Specialist joins Kempinski Corvinus as Asian chef

When Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest catered for an Indian event a year ago, the Indians brought in their own chef to work alongside the hotel’s…

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Coming home

I have weakness. I have several weaknesses in fact, but more than any of the others, this one I find impossible to resist. You can…

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The beginning of a success story

Anyone familiar with the Budapest gastronomy scene will surely know this name: the Zsidai family has been setting the standards of the domestic hospitality industry…

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Still making progress

Although they were originally formed as a progressive rock band, Deep Purple shifted to a heavier sound in 1970 and is considered to be one…

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Outstanding artefacts on show

An extensive exhibition giving an insight into several cultures in Asia is being shown in Budapest’s Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts, which celebrates its…

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Take an extra step in education

Top-ranked international business schools will participate in Access MBA and Masters Education events in Budapest, with Access MBA Budapest on November 30 and Access Masters…

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Anticlimax on gas, Paks 2

The Russian president’s visit to Budapest on October 30 was the seventh high-level bilateral meeting between Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán since…

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Action on corruption, climate

Budapest’s new municipal assembly has unanimously supported the implementation of an anti-graft programme aimed at increasing transparency of the city’s operations. In his proposal, Mayor…

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The brief history of the month (November 2019)

Presenting in one concise package the month’s most important and fascinating national stories, whether they be economic, political, cultural, sporting or among the hundreds of…

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Have you heard the one about Princess Diana?

“The great thing about rock and roll is that someone like me can be a star,” says Elton John, meaning that he was just an…

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Long journey for tree of friendship

Friendship between Belarus and Hungary has been celebrated by the planting of a silver birch tree that was uprooted from the botanical garden in Minsk,…

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Birth of Latvia 'only the beginning of struggle'

Although last year Latvia had marked the centenary of the proclamation of its statehood on November 18, 1918, it was just the beginning of the…

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House haunted by nobility from bygone time

It’s clear as one approaches the frontage, initially hidden by a line of wild unkept trees, that the once-reputable “kastély”, meaning “castle”, has long since…

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A Viennese experience this Christmas

Budapest’s and Vienna’s Christmas markets are on a par with each other, both with their own national specialities. MÁV Nosztalgia, an arm of the Hungarian…

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Charity gala aids three charities

XpatLoop’s 19th anniversary celebration, “Feel Good + Do Good”, raised HUF 4.6 million for Hungarian children in need at the annual Xpat Charity Gala in…

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Benedek Maksa exhibition opens

Artist Benedek Maksa, who was born in Gyöngyös in 1979, has had a special passion for art, and for painting in particular, since he was…

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Artistic era came, went, returned

After living in this city for some considerable time and thinking – as well as occasionally boasting – I had seen all the sights, I…

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The solution is out there somewhere

Page by page, day by day, hour by hour, discovery by discovery, Maigret and his men from the Police Judiciaire in Paris inch closer and…

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Huawei to build 5G network in Hungary

China’s telecom giant Huawei is building a 5G network in Hungary, Peter Szijjártó, Hungary’s minister of foreign affairs and trade, told an economic forum in…

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No more beating his brains, with the liquor and drugs

In American director Jim Jarmusch’s laudatory 2016 documentary about Iggy Pop and the Stooges, “Gimme Danger”, Iggy tells of the early moment when he realised…

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Turkey's achievements 'based on sound principles'

A large gathering was on hand when the Turkish Embassy in Hungary celebrated the 96th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey with…

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China kicks off commercial 5G

Chen Zhaoxiong, vice minister of industry and information technology, center, and chairmen of China’s big three telecom operators and China Tower Corp kicked off commercialization…

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China's rural online retail sales hit USD 111 billion in H1

In the first half of this year, China’s rural online retail sales reached 777.13 billion yuan ($111 billion), accounting for 16.1 percent of the country’s…

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Caught off guard

Some years back I lived in Budapest. Lots of new and exciting places to explore in this fine city but also, while my husband was…

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Europe of today in artistic “Community”

Have you heard? A Bulgarian, a Dane, a Finn, a Lithuanian and a Slovenian walk into a bar. Nope, it’s not a joke but a…

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Cool heads under enemy fire

Historian Andrew Roberts, whose most recent work was a monumental biography of the monumental life of British statesman Winston Churchill, now offers nine compact biographies-cum-essays…

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She feared the worst, and it happened

When the UK’s Granada Television filmed 12 of the 75 “Maigret” novels, six in 1992 and six in 1993, “Maigret’s Madwoman” was one of the…

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CV-22B demonstration flight over Budapest

Hungarian and United States Special Operations Forces began a training engagement on 25 October, 2019 at the invitation of Hungarian Special Operations Forces and through…

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Czech Tourism workshop: “Where to go beyond Prague?”

It was a pleasure to participate in the Czech Tourism workshop in Budapest on October 22, 2019. Various delegates and media-related guests with varying affiliations…

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To the heart of the human matter

It’s a kind of literary high-wire act, where beloved travel writer Bill Bryson occasionally turns his hand to a scientific or historical subject requiring him…

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Wisdom of nature restores body's equilibrium

Kempinski The Spa in Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest has been voted Hungary’s Best Hotel Spa 2019 at the 5th Annual World Spa Awards Gala Ceremony…

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The Dogs' Breakfast Group

It does my heart good to hear non-Hungarians talking in terms of giving back to the country that has become their adopted home. I’m a…

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All-round service for unique events

Good catering is the soul of every professional event and vital to their success. Thus it is all the more important to take a close…

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Bruce on the Button

Bruce Dickinson is considered one of the world’s most storied musicians. Aside from decades spent delivering high-octane performances with his larger-than-life persona in Iron Maiden,…

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Hurricane still blowing

Fifty years have gone by since the days the juvenile Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker and Matthias Jabs wandered the streets of Hanover, which was just…

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“Slow Living” and minimalism

Uniform colours and minimalist patterns with a touch of vintage style: clothes designed by Melinda Tóth are perhaps not that unusual but they fit the…

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In the realm of bats

More than 200 caves can be found under the Buda Hills. The Pálvölgy cave is one of them, and at 30 kilometres long and 104…

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Wandering actors find a home

Golem Theatre – the only professional Jewish theatre company in Hungary – will move to its new, permanent location by autumn 2020. The venue will…

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PM wants mutual respect

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has stressed the need of compromise between two parts of Europe but says Hungarians’ “right to live according to the laws…

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Fidesz strongholds fall

Hungary’s governing Fidesz party suffered its biggest setback since the 2006 general election after opposition forces won in a number of major cities, Budapest districts…

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The brief history of the month (2019, October)

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Plants prelude alongside playground

It was with pleasure that I, a former landscape gardener who worked in Cambridge, UK, before moving to Budapest, was invited to take part in…

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Lessons of 1989 for young generation

The 30th anniversary of regime change in Hungary and the reunification of Europe has been commemorated by the US Embassy, together with the Fulbright Commission…

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Stories of dystopia and black British women

In an unexpected move, the judges of this year’s Booker Prize have awarded the important literary accolade to two Penguin Random House authors, Margaret Atwood…

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And now for somewhere completely different

The whole topic of that weird place North Korea – the “hermit kingdom” – is endlessly fascinating (at least until Trump or someone blows it…

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E-visas for St. Petersburg

Nationals of 53 foreign states including Hungary may now be granted an e-visa to enter the Russian Federation through air, naval, automobile and pedestrian checkpoints…

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Expect fireworks

Three Hungarian children’s charities will benefit when the Xpat Charity Gala “Feel Good + Do Good” is held at the Budapest Marriott Hotel on Saturday,…

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Socialist statues' last stand

The clouds have turned grey and the wind has become chilly – not normally a welcome change in the weather but today just perfect. For…

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Russia's hybrid war exposed

Ukraine’s Ambassador to Hungary Liubov Nepop and her Embassy in Budapest have marked the Day of Defender of Ukraine in the Hungarian capital for the…

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Great life isn’t a closed book yet

At very nearly 1000 pages – and over that number when you include the introduction, maps, family tree, acknowledgements, index, notes, photos and bibliographies of…

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Top-notch biography, in and out of the bedroom

Rarely does the pace flag or is the narrative less than compelling in this eye-opening account of the high-flying member of the British Royal Family,…

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Bloody hell

It’s not all bad news at the World Press Photo exhibition 2019 – just the great majority of it. When the show comes to town…

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