Newspapers & Magazines
English language newspaper - Their coverage is unbiased, independent and 100% to British/German standards of journalism, offering in-depth stories on politics, business, economy, social issues, culture and the arts. The editorial team of includes respected journalists from international news agencies.
Daily news coverage, information on Hungary 's upcoming cultural events, cinema listings, restaurant and music reviews.
The BBJ, as Hungary’s leading English-language business weekly, provides business professionals with the information and in-depth analysis they need in order to be able to compete successfully. The Budapest Business Journal serves readers with a detailed look at Hungary’s business community, and also brings an occasionally international perspective on the country. It is the only weekly in Hungary that deals exclusively with business by presenting a forward-thinking, analytic approach. The BBJ is not only a business print weekly, however; it is also an integrated information channel for business professionals, encompassing daily online news and several unique events within the Budapest business community.
English-language web magazine covering current events, gossip, living, style, entertainment and just about everything else happening in Hungary that may be of interest to the international community.
Lifestyle Magazine - What's on? News, Easy @ Hungary, Faces & Places, Film/DVD, Books, Music/CD/DVD, Where to go?
The complete city guide + Maps: Here & Now, Articles, Shops + services, Wellness, Dining, Museums + arts, Entertainment, Essentials
News, Local Government, City, Services, Culture, Budapest map
Monthly business magazine published by the American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary: Letter from the AmCham President, In focus, People, Features, European Union, Region, Analyst views, Culture, AmCham News, Patron Interviews.
Budapest Funzine is an English-language print publication on the following topics: Culture Club: Arts, theater, performance, and more. Have Fun: Here's where to have fun in the city. Resto Guide: Reviews, traditional foods, and more. Expat Life: Interviews, articles, and events. Shopping Center: Products and shops in Hungary. Beauty Time: Fashion and beauty tips and ideas. Active Leisure: Get out and exercise! Health Matters: Stay healthy and feel well. TechnoLogic: Gadgets, gear, sites and bytes. Living Spaces: Real Estate, Accomodations, Interior. Biz Market:Business news and trends. Budapest Funzine is available at Hotels, Tourinform offices, Tourist and Business Centres, Embassies, Restaurants, Clubs, Cafés, Universities, Airports.
Cultural, entertainment and leisure programme magazine for foreign business travellers, tourists, foreigners and diplomats living in Hungary. The complimentary, monthly programme booklet is available in the rooms of 20 of the capital's largest hotels, at the reception desks of all the other hotels and pensions in Budapest, in all Tourinform offices, travel agencies, restaurants, cafés, pubs, clubs and museums. The only Budapest programme booklet published in five languages (English, German, Italian, Russian and French)
The Hungarian Quarterly is an established international journal of the arts and society providing an independent, lively, inside view on the economy, society, history and culture of a country - and a region - in the throes of unprecedented change. Cutting through the language barrier, it publishes the best of contemporary fiction and poetry in quality translation, carries book reviews, essays on archeology, music, the fine arts, theatre and film, exclusive interviews, important documents and background information not available elsewhere in English. 160 pages per issue, four issues a year. Includes 16 pages of black & white and colour plates.
Hongarije in Zaken is the unique multimedia draft that brings Hungary and the Netherlands closer to each other. The magazine about Hungary is meant for the Dutch speaking business world. The magazine appears 4 times a year. Through controlled circulation the editors make sure that the magazine is being spread under a strong growing group of enthusiastic (concise) readers
Film, Theatre, Music, Literature, Exhibition, History. The site is maintained by the Ministry of Education and Culture.