When a national holiday lands on a Thursday, it is fairly common in Hungary to have an official, 4-day-long weekend, so that you don’t need to go back to work for a Friday. These long weekends are great opportunities to pack your suitcase and discover all the different wonders of Hungary. In this article, we briefly introduce 4 areas of the country most ideal to spend your next weekend getaway at.
Hungarian language is often described as one of the most unique and challenging languages in the world with its flexible word order and complex grammatical rules. However, with practice and hard-work you can easily understand the basics, which will be especially important during your Hungarian studies. In this article, we provide you with some useful links and practical advices from beginner to proficiency level.
Hungary has a thriving startup ecosystem with a wide range of educational institutes and a large pool of highly skilled developers. Several innovative mobile apps have been created in this vibrant tech scene in the fields of health, tourism, design or city life, just to name a few.
Hungary is filled with the wonders of nature, breath-taking architecture, and thanks to great preservation, many Hungarian settlements will offer you an authentic walk in the past. With relatively short distances, Hungary is a great place to plan one-day adventures: from hikes that will take your breath away to wine tasting cellars, from historical castles to the famous thermal baths – you have a wide variety of options. We have organised some options thematically, so you can go and discover for yourself which holds the most value for you.
Small red berries hanging in bunches from the trees - cherry can surely be found in most gardens in Hungary. Growing from June to August, it is among the most popular fruits of the summer. Read about the next content of our “Ingredient of the month” series, the sour cherry.