What is called ‘Hungaricum’? In the beginning of the 21th century a movement was organized that aimed to systematize and sum up the Hungarian values. […]
There is no other nation in the world, who would keep in such a high reverence, have such a high respect for, love with such a mystical adoration their national relic, as the Hungarians do with their crown, the Hungarian Holy Crown. There is no other nation to be found, whose national relic’s source, origin and age are so much unanswered, surrounded with such a mystery, and went through such fantastic adventures as did the crown of the Hungarians.
A quote by the architect on the project of Memento Park Budapest: "This park is about dictatorship. And at the same time, because it can be talked about, described, built, this park is about democracy. After all, only democracy is able to give the opportunity to let us think freely about dictatorship."
In Hungary, New Year’s Eve is called Szilveszter, named for the Eve of Saint Szilveszter. There are numerous traditions and superstitions connected to rounding out one year and welcoming the next, including straw doll burials, loud street parties and big bowls of lentil soup. Let' see, how Hungarian celebrate the New Year.
In Hungary Christmas Eve is a very important Holiday, and called ‘Holy Evening’. People spend the evening with their family and decorate the Christmas Tree. Sometimes only […]
Visiting Budapest is not complete without bathing in one of its world-famous thermal spas. Enjoy the worlds greatest thermal water system and learn the history of Budapest's legendary thermal springs and baths on private Budapest sighseeing tours.