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New approach aims near but high

What was once Peppers restaurant is now DNB Budapest in the Budapest Marriott Hotel. While the name Peppers reflected the Mediterranean influence in its culinary…

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Two hotels, one manager

The Croatian and Slovenian Kempinski hotels, only a few kilometres apart each side of the border, have appointed Kai Behrens as Cluster General Manager for…

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A new perspective on an old enemy

Mark Smith has written a fluent meditation on Russian history, a gallant attempt to reason with those who believe that Russia is condemned to an…

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International support for Pride festival

Thirty-three embassies and the British Council in Hungary have issued a joint press release on the occasion of the 24th Budapest Pride Festival, supporting members…

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Two Veronicas, side by side, face to face

When Verónica Chahin and Veronika Bernhardt first met, they discovered that they had more than a Christian name in common. This introduction to each other…

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A friendly nation built anew

Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to Hungary Aleksandr Ponomarev told guests at an Independence Day celebration in the Castle District on June 27, 2019…

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Georgia hosts classical music festival

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Mind bending and eyeball slicing

Works by the foremost artists of the surrealist movement comprise the exhibition “The Surrealist Movement from Dalí to Magritte. Crisis and Rebirth in 1929” in…

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Ancient art enjoyed again

The Japanese peformance art of Imayo was popular among the country’s aristocrats between the 8th and 12th centuries then declined during the 12th century, and…

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'Ghost town' may reopen

The Council of Ministers of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus has taken steps to open for settlement the closed city of Maraş, a resort…

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Kempinski ignites awards

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest has been voted Hungary’s Leading Hotel by World Travel Awards for the fifth time, with the hotel’s Royal Suite Corvinus winning…

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A new chapter begins

Restaurants can rarely be seen newer, brighter, airier and more stylish and colourful than Episode Restaurant in District XIII’s Danubius Hotel Helia. And that’s just…

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Reward will finance foreign exhibition

Ani Molnár Gallery has announced that its artist, Sári Ember, is the winner of the Leopold Bloom Art Award 2019. The award is aimed at…

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Writer on firm ground and at sea

Belgian author Georges Simenon didn’t count the popular Inspector Maigret as his most significant fictional creation. On the other side of the divide from these…

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Disputes far outweighed by positives

Good neighbourliness, strong cultural exchange and profound friendship between Croats and Hungarians remain the fundamental building blocks of the two countries’ overall relationship, Croatia’s Ambassador…

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Ordinary people fighting back against violent neighbour

The “Alive” photo exhibition that opened at the Embassy of the Netherlands in Budapest on June 13, 2019 shows Ukrainian veterans who have defended their…

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Forget the troubles and enjoy

Kyiv, in similar vein to Budapest, is also an enticing river city. Both Dnieper and Danube carry similar airs and graces with the passing of…

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Hungarian companies travel to US investment summit

United States Ambassador to Hungary David B. Cornstein travelled to Washington DC this week, beginning June 10, 2019 to lead a delegation of Hungarian business…

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UK PM: Our contribution to climate change will end by 2050

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Farmhouse romance in middle of city

A homely restaurant where the waiters always have a smile and they serve creative dishes from local ingredients along with a selection of the best…

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“Let's keep it up!”

Twelve restaurants – two of them in collaboration with British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver –, two hotels and a few luxury apartments – when it…

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An Englishman in Budapest

Cherrytree Management say that Sting: My Songs will be a rollicking, dynamic show focusing on the most beloved songs written by Sting and spanning the…

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Totally awesome

Few ensembles in the history of recorded music have individually or collectively had a larger imprint on pop culture than the members of TOTO. As…

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Higher life for elite

Balaton Sound, one of the main music festivals of the summer season, is improving the VIP experience this year with four such areas for the…

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Bowie's 'My Way' failure

In the 1960s, British or American music publishers often picked up a European hit and commissioned someone to write an English lyric. “You Don’t Have…

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All on the same page

A book. A café. One mission: discussing an exciting novel together. Readers from many countries gather for this reason at the English-speaking Budapest Book Club….

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Yoga a journey from 'me' to 'we'

Eighteen cities and towns across Hungary will enjoy a series of cultural events from 21-23 June, 2019 organised by the Embassy of India, Budapest, to…

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Off-track island has its treasures

Csepel island must be the least-known part of Budapest. At surface level, it is still very reminiscent of the 1990s. Whenever rare mention is made,…

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'Breath of fresh air' for city

Journalist and television personality Olga Kálmán will bid to become Budapest mayor as an independent candidate with support from leftist Democratic Coalition (DK). Powered by…

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Families to fore again

Finance Minister Mihály Varga has submitted Hungary’s 2020 budget bill to parliament. Before presenting the document to Speaker of Parliament László Kövér, Varga said the…

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'New era' in European politics

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán hailed his Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance’s win in the European Parliament election in May as an “epochal victory”. Fidesz secured 52.14 percent…

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The brief history of the month (June 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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Turbulent events through eyes of people who lived them

Five years ago, Russia rolled into Crimea, orchestrated a swift and one-sided referendum, and annexed the Ukrainian territory. The West was blindsided by the attack…

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Detective in troubled waters

The majority of the “Maigret” mysteries are naturally set in Paris, where the Detective Chief Inspector and his homicide squad keep order in the Departement…

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US Embassy sponsors historical journey

The United States Embassy in Budapest has launched a thematic walk designed by Imagine Budapest on how American cultural influence impacted Hungary and Hungarians under…

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Spirit of hospitable village elder lives on

Everyone around the Italian village of Legnaro knew and loved the elderly widow Angiolina. When they were passing her ancient house she welcomed them with…

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Reliving pleasures of Habsburg aristocracy

Landlocked Hungarians love their “inland sea”, the mighty Lake Balaton. But for the real thing – for the tang of brine and a wider horizon…

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Two men of one mind, sort of

Although we have read at least half of the 75 “Maigret” books, “Maigret’s Memoirs” is one that we actively avoided after reading somewhere that Georges…

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The Golden Keys

I was a fan of the 1980s American TV series Hotel, which opened with establishing shots of the legendary San Franciscan hotel The Fairmont. I’ve…

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Inspector in handcuffs

Just a week after we returned from our little side-trip with Maigret to Tucson, Arizona, we find ourselves off again away from his regular beat…

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Keeping composer’s legacy alive

In a few years, Miskolc’s opera festival has made the city an important stronghold of the opera scene in Central and Eastern Europe. The event…

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Deeds not words in bitter battle for vote

Three newsreel cameras captured the shocking moment on 4 June 1913 when Emily Davison, a suffragette, ducked under the railing and onto the racecourse at…

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Comedian to be sworn in as Ukrainian president

Ukrainian comedian Volodymyr Zelensky will formally become the country’s new president at a ceremony in the capital, Kyev, on Monday, May 20. 2019. With no…

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Simenon works his magic

Damn that Simenon. He was a crafty blighter. The fellow was a conjurer of words, juggling his plot and characters like balls in the air….

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Throwaway society in action

Should the lomtalanítás come to the attention of shrieking tourists, curious onlookers or concerned expatters new to town, they will rightfully ask, as I have…

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From miradouros to promenades: Lisbon's best running routes

The best hotels have their USPs, an acronym that puzzled us when we first saw it but which deep research revealed to stand for Unique…

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A poisson out of water

The 27th book in the series was “Maigret in New York”, and the 32nd, “Maigret at the Coroner’s”, might well have been titled “Maigret in…

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Highs and lows riding the rails

Armchair travel has its attraction. We can’t go everywhere we want, so it can be a worthwhile substitute to read about it by someone who…

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Living on a battery

Eons ago, I hung out with a guy who, as a teenager, lost the use of his legs in a shooting in New York. Wrong…

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Serving up a real culinary adventure

Are you looking for a secret tip for a Budapest restaurant that combines international taste with traditional Hungarian gastronomy? Give the Frankó Kitchen a chance….

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Gastronomic spring herald

Although it’s not only for girls, Gisell Café & Aperitivo Bar clearly has a feminine touch. It is a meeting point for anyone who wants…

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Paprika, bread heels and beer main themes of Gourmet Festival

A two-star chef from Vienna, the daredevils of Korean, Russian and Albanian cuisine and the best Italian champagne – you will find all this and…

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From Presley to Puccini

Juan Diego Flórez is an opera singer from Peru who used to sing Elvis Presley songs in a Lima pub as a child. Today he…

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Enhance your experience

Muse has been heralded around the world for their incendiary and ground-breaking live shows, and their current tour, which has been called “the greatest show…

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“A world-class facility in your own backyard”

As the Director General of ELI-Delivery Consortium (ELI-DC), Allen Weeks has a lot on his plate. We spoke to him about interesting laser facts, the…

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Change the person, not just their lot in life

Nobody really knows the merits of the Salvation Army in Hungary. What does their community work look like? How can you do good in a…

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Hand in hand with Salvini

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini expressed agreement on the importance of strong nation states, preserving Europe’s Christian culture…

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The brief history of the month (May 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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Becoming a Nazi

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Public art installation Think Freedom opens in Veszprém

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1989 regime change in Hungary, Veszprém is hosting Think Freedom, an urban spectacle and multi-disciplinary art installation by…

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A case of deadlier than the male

Occasionally, we follow Maigret out of Paris and into the countryside or onto the coast, when he has been called in to provide some big-city…

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Cooking, cleaning and fighting crime

Feminists, please look away, because Madame Maigret is a woman who knows her place. While half of Paris recognises her famous husband from the newspapers…

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Simenon lets it all hang out

Georges Simenon is ready to write another novel. He’s roughed out the first chapter in his head and is therefore set to go. He sharpens…

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Contract on Budapest-Belgrade railway upgrade to be signed by the end of May

A Chinese-Hungarian consortium that has won a tender to upgrade a rail line connecting Budapest and Belgrade will sign a contract by May 25, Foreign…

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Foreign ministry delegation discusses Hungarian poultry, pork exports to Thailand

A delegation of the Hungarian foreign ministry discussed the export of Hungarian poultry and pork to Thailand at talks with animal health authority leaders in…

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Slow travel is the antidote to our modern flying addiction

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Soviet empire blown apart

Front-cover accolades on books veer into hyperbole and thus become devalued (“The global bestseller to end all global bestsellers – honestly!”). This one carries a…

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A new season in the saddle

Hungary was the first mainland European country where polo was introduced, in 1875 by Count Elemér Batthyány, guests heard during the launch of the 2019…

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'Great strides' in South Africa but still a work in progress

This year South Africa is celebrating 25 years of freedom, for on April 27, 1994 for the first time in the country’s history South Africans…

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Community 'dedicated to democracy'

It was party heaven when Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands René van Hell hosted hundreds of guests in celebration of the birthday of…

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Scandal in Scandinavia

Swedish media shared in the widespread revulsion when multiple German women were sexually molested in public by men of “Arab or North African appearance” during…

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From the mind to the canvas

Morocco is often in Kata Németh’s dreams, and when it is, next day she will take out her paints and a fresh canvas and set…

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Georgian library benefits scholars at ELTE

April is an important month in Georgia, the country’s Ambassador to Hungary, Zaal Gogsadze, told his guests at a reception in Budapest’s ELTE university on…

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Ambassador confident Ukraine will overcome Russian hostility

Ukraine has no doubt that victory will prevail over the aggressor Russia and the country’s territorial integrity will be restored, thus Ukraine is working on…

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Out on the poetic boundaries

Possessed with the knowledge that the Hungarian poet you are about to read for the first time killed himself, it would be reasonable to expect…

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Polo 'three sports in one'

Hungary’s long, strong tradition of horsemanship has not yet fully embraced the equestrian sport of polo, which has a history of only some 15 years…

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Hungary's opening to Arab world a success Kövér

Fourteen Arabic countries accredited in Hungary brought the sights, smells and sounds of their homelands to Budapest’s Eötvös Loránd University when it hosted the third…

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Nature fights back from mankind’s failure

Would you let your curiosity overcome your caution and go to have a look at Chernobyl? Or is there still too great a risk of…

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Irish take a businesslike aproach

Ambassador of Ireland to Hungary Pat Kelly says trade betwen the two countries has been growing strongly in recent years and now exceeds EUR 1.5…

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Gourmet burger and grilled delights on the Castle Hill

With its eclectic style somewhere between Old Town Chicago and grandma’s Hungarian provincial kitchen, the Baltazár Grill Restaurant has always been an exceptional gastronomic phenomenon…

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The revival of a traditional café

Fine porcelain, slim glasses and a sophisticated flair – Zsolnay Kávéház reopened its doors a year ago on the ground floor of the Budapest Radisson…

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It’s snakes alive

Platinum-seller Whitesnake, the successful rock band founded by Deep Purple singer David Coverdale in 1978, is about to start the 2019 “Flesh & Blood” world…

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Knopfler circus hits the road

Mark Knopfler, both a critically and commercially successful artist, is starting a world tour with his band this spring. The “Down the Road Wherever” tour…

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Branded fashion for rent

Most ladies dream about wearing a dress by Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors or Gucci, if only once. However, famous designer clothing is always…

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Babies and good luck, by air mail

When storks rearrive on the scene, it’s a sure sign spring is here. These impressive birds bring much cheer to the remoter provinces, which they…

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Iggy Pop owes me 20 dollars

I lent Iggy Pop 20 Australian dollars in 1983 and the punk never paid it back. If at all possible, the bill will be presented…

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Immersed in India

For the first time in the history of the ancient Kumbh Mela pilgrimage festivals, the Indian Government decided to make this, the one in 2019,…

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Four new Corinthia hotels

The Corinthia Hotels Group, whose luxurious Budapest hotel is among the collection of nine five-star establishments founded by the Pisani family of Malta in 1962,…

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It’s love, not hate

I wanted Scotland to be an independent nation. But the majority of Scottish voters disagreed, and I respect the result of the 2014 referendum. I…

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Jumped or pushed?

Hungary’s ruling Fidesz has unilaterally suspended exercising its rights as a member of the European People’s Party, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at an international…

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Orbán's commandments

In a speech to launch the campaign of the European Parliament election, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán outlined his Fidesz party’s programme aimed at stopping immigration….

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When black lives mattered, for money

The trans-Atlantic slave trade, in which captured black Africans were forcibly transported to the Americas, existed from the 16th to the 19th centuries and still…

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The brief history of the month (April 2019.)

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Chernobyl Diaries

Of all the questions expats ask of each other, what do you do is probably right up there as the most common. I’m in finance….

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We don’t hate you, we love you

I wanted Scotland to be an independent nation. But the majority of Scottish voters disagreed, and I respect the result of the 2014 referendum. I…

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Star of Italy

For Hungarians, the easiest part of Italy to drive to is the north-eastern region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, one of the country’s 20 administrative divisions. Friuli-Venezia…

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Tunisia building a 'modern social model'

“Long live free and independent Tunisia!” – with these emblematic words, Ambassador Samia Ilhem Ammar welcomed guests to a celebration of the 63rd anniversary of…

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Not a lot happens – but read on anyway

Almost all the action in this 1966 novel happens in the first chapter: Detective Chief Inspector Maigret, standing on the crowded open-air rear platform of…

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Russia 'capitalising on weak Western response to aggression'

The Embassies of Ukraine and Georgia in Hungary joined forces on 20 March 2019 to organise the conference “Ukraine and Georgia: way to de-occupation of…

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European Capital of Culture 2019 continues in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

LISTEN TO US – ARTISTIC INTELLIGENCE is an invitation to listen attentively to the exhibited works of art, precisely because their statement is not restricted…

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The greening of Budapest

St Patrick’s Day this year falls on a Sunday, which is perfect for the the Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade, the ninth yearly gathering of…

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Dine just like at home, only much better

The cosiness of your living room and the ambiance of an evening spent with friends, paired up with a culinary experience on a fine dining…

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'Hungarian cuisine should please the Hungarians most of all'

Enrico Crippa knows what fine dining is all about. The chef from Alba in Italy earned his third Michelin star for his restaurant Piazza Duomo…

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Stand and deliver

Hot on the heels of the Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Budapest also rolled out the red carpet. The stars of Hungarian gastronomy were awarded…

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Landing soonish at Brussels, Bucharest

Polish airline LOT continues to develop its services in Hungary. From September 2, one of its Embraer E195s will take off from Budapest and fly…

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Half a century at the top

Tom Jones’ 50-year career has remarkably gone from strength to strength. Along with sustaining his popularity as a live performer and recording artist for five…

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Rock in peace

In January 2018 Slayer announced their final world tour. It began in North America and was followed by a European tour last autumn. In the…

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The city’s largest canvases

Street Art is practised in all kinds of dimensions in Budapest, from small stickers to huge wall paintings on previously ugly firewalls. This art form,…

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Expansion 'will continue'

Finance Minister Mihály Varga has said Fitch Ratings’ upgrade of Hungary can be added to the favourable feedback showing the economy is on the right…

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Trouble in the family

Fidesz prioritises protecting European Christian values and stopping migration over party discipline, the ruling party’s spokesman said in response to European People’s Party chief Manfred…

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No need for words

Silent film holds a vital, if sometimes unappreciated, place in the history of cinema, where nowadays dumbed-down audiences are too often fed “blockbuster” “super-heroes”, sequels…

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'Live like a local' in Vienna, Linz

A group of Viennese architects hatched a plan in 2011 for a different kind of tourist accommodation. Empty commercial premises in areas off the well-trodden…

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Guinness consumed in large quantities

There were no borders in sight – hard or otherwise – when friends from several nationalities mixed at a reception-cum-party hosted by Ambassador of Ireland…

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World 'full of new challenges to NATO'

United States Ambassador to Hungary David B. Cornstein has commemorated the 20th anniversary of Hungary’s accession to NATO with a speech to the National Assembly…

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Over, under, through: anything to get away

On The Budapest Times bookshelves is “They Got Back”, with the tagline “Thrilling, authentic escape stories!” It was published in Britain in 1961 and contains…

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Prolific author in fine form

“75 novels are scarcely enough,” bemoans Britain’s Telegraph newspaper in reference to the “Maigret” novels that Belgian author Georges Simenon wrote between 1931 and 1972….

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The brief history of the month (March 2019.)

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Fighting to save his career

As we near the end of Penguin’s six-year reissue of the 75 “Maigret” books – this is number 63 – there are increasing references to…

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Ukraine seeking return of territorial integrity

Ambassador of Ukraine to Hungary Liubov Nepop reminded attendees at a conference on “De-occupation of Crimea: the West’s non-recognition policy and the Baltic lessons learned”…

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'Brexit' just nine days later

British Ambassador to Hungary Iain Lindsay and Minister of State for EU Policies at the Prime Minister’s Office of Hungary Szabolcs Takács will attend a…

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