Blogs & Newsletters
Places to go, things to do, people to see in Budapest. Budacast is Hungary's first weekly English-language podcast. The approximately 20-minute-long show features a weekly newscast, produced interviews, feature stories, and commentary in English. Budacast emphasizes arts & culture and lets listeners in on places to go and things to do in Budapest and in Hungary. The program transports listeners to art exhibitions, the hottest Budapest nightclub, Budapest's thermal baths, or even a pig killing in the Hungarian countryside. Budacast introduces all kinds of Budapest residents - locals and foreigners - from a variety of backgrounds - nearly anyone who has an interesting story to tell.
Information about Hungary: News, funny videos, beautiful photos, travel, vacation - things to see, and things NOT to see in Budapest, Lake Balaton and Hungary, culture, television, music, history, etc.
The first English travel trade newsletter in Hungary covers all segments of travel trade, keeping you updated about hotels, travel agencies, airlines, destination marketing, developments and investments.
The Budapest Analyses was launched in 2002 with the collaboration of policy analysts, economists and social scientists, dedicated to sharing, protecting and disseminating a common value system which is closest to the values of the moderate centre-right of the European political palette, which aims to protect and entrench the pillars of human- and minority rights, political pluralism, the democratic constitutional state, social market economy, as well as the protection of national heritages - into the European system of cooperation.
Comprehensive source of daily English-language news about Hungary, delivered by 7:00am every weekday morning with full coverage of the country's political and economic development, the country's domestic politics and foreign relations, as well as business and economic matters.
A series of articles on the undiscovered, yet sadly fast-disappearing features of Budapest - a city of neon signs, presszó bars, secret cemeteries, hidden water reservoirs, changing far too swiftly into yet another homogenous mall-packed European metropolis. Twelve years' research by a Hungarian-speaking author into the hidden heart of the city.
MEDIA is serving its domestic and international clients with news from the Hungarian printed and electronic press providing a high quality media monitoring service, carried out with the latest technologies. IMEDIA continuously monitors newspapers, and magazines issued in Hungary, the national radio and television channels and the news appearing on the Internet. IMEDIA is the only company in Hungary providing the subscribers with current information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
English-Hungary is a blog about Hungary for those who would like to know what's going on in our country but doesn't speak the language. The authors select random news about politics and about anything else that could interest people from Europe and from the rest of the world.
Eating, drinking, cooking, traveling, and writing— from Budapest, mostly. Written by Carolyn Bánfalvi, a freelance journalist and author living in Budapest. Her book Food Wine Budapest was recently released by the Little Bookroom, New York and is the first culinary guidebook to Budapest. Buda Bites will be a place to share the author's food and wine discoveries, recipes, and cooking adventures in Budapest and on travels beyond Budapest.
Hungary at a glance. In addition to the chronological blog posts the site presents some charts which provide background data about Hungary: charts for Hungarian male life expectancy, fertility, quarterly GDP growth, inflation, household demand, retail sales, and import and exports growth
A blog about current Hungarian affairs.
Actual News, Amusing, Blog Related, Culture, Friday's Random Pic, Grub/Drink, Non-Hungary, Pesti Phenomena , Politics, Random, Running Commentary, Sports, Stupid.
Ethnomusicological Eating East of Everywhere. Labels: Food, New York, Hungary, Music, Klezmer, Romania, Ukraine, Jews, Personal, Croatia, Slovakia, Fishing, Politics.
The Great Hungarian Experiment, Take Two : Teaching and living on the Great Hungarian Plain.
"Writing has always helped me reflect on my life and so reflections seemed like just the right thing to call it."
A blog for those interested in the Hungarian culture and kitchen.
This blog is all about Central and Eastern European food along with an extensive collection of recipes, articles, tips, news, and information. Whether you’re looking for the perfect Polish pierogi recipe or want to learn more about fine wines from Croatia, or even find the best deli in your area to eat a German Bratwurst sausage – it’s all here!
Suppling News service for foreign citizens in Hungary who speak English and wish to stay informed about local issues in Hungary and its immediate neighbours with a directory of useful links to help find English speaking service providers.