My favorite foods in Hungary – Experience of an American guy

With November present, my favorite Hungarian dishes well-matched for usually chillier days are becoming quite appealing. Compotes, salads, stews and vegetable bakes await!   The first recipe is my most favorite: uborkasaláta (cucumber salad). With the mixture of paprika, black pepper and garlic powder to name a few ingredients, this side dish is …

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My first night here was magical – Interview with Lindsey Glass

Lindsey knew very little about Hungary before arriving, but her first night here was magical. Let’s meet Lindsey!  Where are you from?  I’m from Paxton, a small town in Massachusetts.  I have spent most of my life there. I went to high school and college in a nearby city. Growing up …

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Fun fall activities in Budapest

With mother nature shifting her seasons, Budapest is changing colors as well. This city has quite the “to do & see list” anytime throughout the year. One can simply take a stroll and discover something magical around almost every corner. Below I have collected my own ideal list of fun fall activities for the coming months.   The first one is a wonderful ruin café. Rengeteg RomKafé is located in …

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Favorite places to suggest to a visitor – Recommendations of an American guy

Since arriving to Budapest there have been several visitors to book the “Hotel Csaba” these past nine months: five Americans, one Canadian, three Germans, and one Irish. All women. I’ve shared with them the essences of the city. The tour frequently originates at the remarkable Heroes’ Square. There aren’t many …

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First impressions of a spontaneously magical city – The story of Csaba from Massachusetts

My initial impression when arriving to Hungary was that there’s Budapest and there’s the rest of the world. Since January 14th this viewpoint has yet to change, although, I am happy it hasn’t. The city has so much to offer each visitor on several budgets.    Thus far, the locals have …

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Not a film festival for gays, but a gay film festival for everyone

The Művész cinema is the home of the 2nd Humen Film Festival between 14 and 17 September, 2017. The program is once again compiled of movies that haven’t been screened in Hungary before. The 2017 edition of the festival is centered around popular blockbusters that were both admired by the …

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„Budapest is a city that changes every day and you never get bored of it” – Interview with Jorge Rosas León

Let’s meet Jorge, a Mexican guy from the harbour city of Santa Anna de Tampico, where you can see crocodiles walking on the streets when it rains.   How was your life before moving to Budapest?   My life back in Mexico was just like the typical provincial family’s. I finished college …

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A chocolate museum next to the Parliament

Everybody loves chocolate – but not many of us know how that dark deliciousness became one of the most popular sweets in the world. Luckily, now we have the chance to not only learn about the process of chocolate making, but also the history behind a Hungarian chocolate manufacture while indulging in …

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“Budapest is a good option to settle down” – Interview with Luis José Tello

Born and raised in Guatemala, Luis is a 28-year-old guy who has a registered relationship with a Hungarian. The 30th of June was their first anniversary. Let’s meet Luis! How was your life before moving to Budapest? For the past few years I have been traveling due to studies and work. The …

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I have always tried to find the things which I love about this city – Interview with Hardikkumar Mistry

Originally from Gujarat, far from Hungary, Hardikkumar Mistry has a touching story to tell about the life of gay men in India. His job brought him to Budapest where he has found a new way of living slightly different to the Indian one. Please, tell us about yourself. How was …

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