If you are a hiker, maybe you heard about the most famous Hungarian trail, the National Blue Trail (Országos Kéktúra) between Írottkő and Hollóháza, the two endpoints from the Western side to the North-Eastern mountains. During your studies, you can discover some parts or the whole one. Let’s get some details for your exciting journey!
This year two Hungarian scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy: Katalin Karikó for Medicine and Ferenc Krausz for Physics. We congratulate the winners!
The official language of Hungary is complex and unique, it is among the 24 official languages of the European Union. Despite the country’s location in central Europe, its dialect is nothing like those spoken in its neighbouring nations. It is a member of the Finno-Ugric language family and, it has been influenced by the languages of many nations throughout history, none of the neighbouring languages of Central Europe actually resembles Hungarian. Let’s check what makes the Hungarian language so special!
Do you like special animal species, rare plants, and summer night festivals? On the 25th of August, you can visit most of the zoos in Hungary even after sunset during the Night of the Zoos.
If you begin the new semester in September in Hungary, or you just visit the country for a shorter period, you have many options if you choose to travel by public transport. Either you stay in the capital Budapest, or located in the countryside, we help you to find your way around here.
Food is a vital part of both life and culture, so to make the best out of discovering Hungary, we suggest you trying the delicious and diverse flavours of Hungarian cuisine too. As a Hungarian tradition, each August “The Cake of Hungary” contest is also organized, find out which cake has been the winner this year!