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The last day of the year has come. If you haven’t found your perfect New Year’s Eve program in Budapest, we’ll help you find it.

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The most popular alcoholic drink of Christmas holidays is the Pálinka. Of course the Hungarians don’t only drink just at Christmas time. 🙂 Pálinka is a traditional fruit brandy in Central Europe with origins from the Carpathian Basin, known under several names, and invented in the Middle Ages. Protected as a geographical indication of the

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One of the most famous cakes of Jewish culinary arts – the best known in Hungary – is cake. Sweet stuffed cake. Its main ingredients are noodles in several layers and fillings – nuts, poppy, apples, jam (the recipe is typically plum, but there is also a recipe suggesting peach apricot). Pasta is often mixed with

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The Zserbó slice or simply zserbo is popular and favourite Hungarian cake. Slight doughs include peach marmalade and minced walnuts, and their tops are coated with a chocolate layer. Favorite holiday (Easter and Christmas) sweets. The name of the cake was commonly known from the Gerbeaud family name. Emil Gerbeaud was a famous confectioner in Budapest

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The most favoruite Hungarian meal for the Christmas holiday: Töltött Káposzta (stuffed cabbage) The traditional Hungarian cabbage roll (töltött káposzta) can be made from pickled cabbage leaves, filled with minced pork meat. The Hungarian version often contains minced pepper (paprika) and is served with sour cream on top. Hungarians serve this food during the periods

In December, Budapest shows its wonderful face. Snow covered city is magical, romantic and certainly must be there on your bucket list. The amazing photos of Benjamin Hegyi (Instagram: @hebenj ) bring this to you. Snowy Gellert Hill and panorama of Liberty bridge and Danube river Snowy Rudas Spa Snowy hills of Buda Budapest Swing , Jazz,

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Celebrating the new year in Budapest is a special experience. There are fire works and people everywhere, celebrating the end of the year as well as the beginning of something new. The fire works are best to watch from the Gellért Hill. Undoubtedly, many suburban municipalities, and local residents shoot off their own celebrations, hence

Budapest on NYE is a big party – and a very popular one. Many many people come from abroad and from all over the country to celebrate the passing year properly. For this reason, there are masses on the streets wondering around, looking for the best options and looking for adventures.  It will be relatively

The traditions and superstitions in connection with the New Year in Hungary are quite old and well-celebrated all over the country. Because of this exactly, we have tried to summarise some of the beliefs and activities that are common here. Most of them are in connection with luck, health, wealth and happiness in general, that

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