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Circus artist crosses the river Danube on a tightrope in Budapest
Watched by thousands of people, Hungarian circus artist, Laszlo Simet, crossed the river Danube on a tightrope in Budapest on Saturday, with only the help of a balancing pole.
Hungarian high-wire artist pulls off daring stunt over the Danube
László Simet Jr held his nerve on a rope measuring 300 meters long and 22 millimetres thick, without a safety harness. The spectacle marked the grand opening of the 10th International Theater Olympics on World Circus Day.
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Hungary ratifies Finland's NATO membership
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These are Europe's best - and worst - tourist attractions
The world’s best tourist attraction lies in eastern Europe, new data reveals.
London to Istanbul by train: Embark on a dreamy 10-day adventure
Long distance rail journeys are on the rise. Here’s how to travel from London to Istanbul via Munich and Budapest.
Budapest stabbing leaves one police officer dead and two injured
Prosecutors have ruled out terrorism as a motive behind the attack, with the suspect allegedly stabbing the officers after trying to break into a flat.
Hungarian refugee centre in urgent need of donations
The organisation is seeking donations in order to keep operating the facility which hosts hundreds of Ukrainian refugees.
Theft of food in Hungary’s supermarkets rises
More people are stealing from Hungary’s supermarkets than last year. Hungarian police figures show there were more than 8,000 thefts nationwide in the first 10 months of 2021 – a rise of more than 22%
Hundreds of students in Hungary join teacher rebellion over low pay
Hungarian teachers are the lowest paid of any EU member state, with cashiers making more money than them.
These six European cities have the best Christmas markets in 2022
Christmas markets are great places for finding unique stocking fillers.
Sustainable travel: These are Europe’s most walkable cities
The historic sights are best admired on foot in these five cities.
6 reasons to visit Hungary beyond Budapest
Whether you want to float in a thermal lake or enjoy some award-winning food, there’s so much to see and do outside of Budapest.
Paris to Istanbul: What it’s like to travel on the Orient Express
The Venice-Simplon Orient Express offers the luxury train journey of a lifetime.
Hungary closing public facilities due to soaring cost of energy
The soaring cost of energy in Hungary is forcing local authorities to close public services with city authorities a facing five to ten-fold increase in prices.
Hungary's PM hits out at EU during anti-Soviet uprising event speech
Demonstrations which began as peaceful student-led protests quickly transformed into an armed, countrywide revolution.
Soaring energy costs force 111-year-old Budapest theatre to close
"Utility bills have become more expensive by eight-fold, sometimes ten-fold", said Szilveszter Okovacs, director of the Hungarian State Opera
Hungary set to scrap energy price caps for some households
Much like the rest of Europe, rising energy bills are becoming a massive problem in Hungary.
Budapest Central Fashion Week highlights Ukrainian design industry
Budapest Central European Fashion Week supported the Ukrainian Fashion Week Initiative “Support Ukrainian Fashion”.
Hungary sacks weather chiefs as forecast stops fireworks display
The government dismissed the heads of the national meteorological service after "Europe's biggest fireworks display" was called off — because of a forecast of storms that never happened.