Oh, yes, it seems it is worth buying the tickets for 800 HUF and climb the so many stairs.
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If you are in Kőszeg don’t be surprised when you come across small stools functioning as mini shops.
Presumably, it was intended to be funny. Well, it is just embarrassing. I do not want to bore you with the details of the Hungarian home politics, but it is worth noting that TV2 is one of the two leading commercial channels in Hungary, which was bought by the well known film producer Andy Vajna […]
Earlier I posted two professional pictures of Lake Pécs (some say Lake Orfű). Ferenc Kálmándy’s photos were taken in autumn and captured the mystic aura of the lake. Last week I went to the lake with my extended family. We had lunch at Muskatli Restaurant (it is said to the one of the best restaurants […]
If you want to get the real taste of the Austrian capital, spend a couple of hours at this open air market. We did it.
Professional photographer Zsolt Czegledi took this photo on 27 February 2016. In the picture you can see a shadoof („Gémeskút” in Hungarian) in Hortobágy at sunset. Hortobágy is a huge, romantic flatland in East Hungary, one of the national symbols. This flatland with its fauna and flora is called „puszta”. It was the first national […]
According to the Hungarian traditions the bear can predict when the winter ends. February 2 is the day of bear watching. People believe that this day the hibernating bear comes out of its cave to check the weather. If it is sunny, and the bear sees its own shadow, it means the winter is going […]