Everything I need to know in life I learned from Paris Hilton

Ever since I was a teenager, I have been a victim of pop culture. Reality shows, fashion and bad music are still some of my favorite things. When I listen to music from the mid 2000s, I automatically get transported to my adolescent years in which life was easier. And …

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International Budapest: Interview with Marcus Oda

It’s easy to make new friends when you are far from home. It is our natural act for survival. We open up more and more easily to strangers in several situations. An interview however is not the case. “It’s weird to talk about yourself for so long”, Marcus told me …

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You are in one of the best cities in Europe

Bruno is a French man originally from Paris. Love brought him to Budapest where he has found one of the best cities in Europe.   How was your life before moving to Budapest? Very different. I learnt so much here, especially patience. Compared to the countries that I had lived and …

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Proud Hungary – Perfect Budapest

Budapest is a weird place. So weird that it is impossible not to fall in love with it. I have always thought that cities or countries are like people. Their location determines their look and their culture forms their personality. Some countries are beautiful but boring, some others are not …

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An insight to Hungarian Fashion – Interview with the man behind Mr. Carter&Co

Fashion is often misunderstood. Some people consider it art, others pure vanity. But what does it look like through the eyes of someone who breathes, eats and lives it? Ákos is a 23-year-old Fashion Designer. I met him a couple of years ago when I was shown his fall-winter campaign …

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Jewels of Budapest

After a few years living in Budapest, you might think that you know the best places in town, and to be honest you might, as jewels sparkle no matter how hidden they are. That said, this article is not meant to be a tourist guide, but rather a love letter …

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“I fall in love on every single corner” – Interview with Roger Llevat

Spanish expat Roger Llevat has been living in Budapest for four years. Working for an office of the United Nations, he has been around the world, yet he still finds the Hungarian capital fascinating. Whether you’re Hungarian or a foreigner, we bet you can learn a thing or two about …

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Humen Film Festival starts at Művész cinema

  Six colours, six films. Here comes the Humen Film Festival: between the 8th and the 11th of September, you can bask in the colours of the rainbow at ‘Művész’ cinema. The colours of the rainbow flag each have a designated meaning and each film of the festival represents one …

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Now is not the time to be afraid

Originally from Slovakia, not far from Hungary, Ondrej Mezővári has an interesting expat story with the deep knowledge on Hungarian culture and at the same time, living his life in Budapest with the eyes of a foreigner.   What has your connection been like to Hungary when you were a …

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Zarek, living Europe!

Thirty-year-old Hermes Soto, mostly known as Zarek, came from Culiacan, a small city in the northern part of Mexico. He moved to Budapest two years ago leaving everything behind to start a new life, to reinvent himself without knowing that it was going to happen. How was your life before …

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