How to Get Around Hungary

How to Get Around Hungary

By train There used to be a Moscow-Budapest train, but it was canceled. Now you can take the Moscow-Prague train, a direct carriage to Budapest. On the way you will spend about 31 hours. And from the capital of Hungary it is convenient then to go to other European cities by train or plane. By […]

Transportation of Hungary

How to Get Around Hungary

Transportation Traveling by car/bus According to top-medical-schools, Hungary has a well-developed road network. Almost all main roads converge on Budapest in a star shape. The two main connecting roads from Budapest are the M1 to Hegyeshalom and the M7 to Lake Balaton. The M3 connects Budapest with the east (to Görbehaza), the M6 ​​with the […]

Hungary Agriculture

Hungary Agriculture and Breeding

An important agrarian state even before the World War, agriculture is the basis of the Hungarian economy, as the crops, in addition to covering by far the internal needs and feeding some industries, allow a considerable export. Indeed, the agricultural area has greatly increased in relation to the total area due to the loss of […]

Hungary Archaeology

Hungary Archaeology

In the last decade a series of researches has broadened the framework of knowledge on Hungarian archeology (see pannonia, XXVI, p. 202; aquinco, III, p. 809; brigezione, VII, p. 853). Prehistory. – In Zengővárkony, north of Pécs, an inhabited area and a cemetery (altogether about 70 ha.) From the end of the Neolithic age came […]

Hungary Architecture 2

Hungary Architecture

Crossroads of different cultures due to the special geographical position, the Hungary he was able to elaborate every contribution in an original way. Thus was born an autonomous and relevant architectural production, whose essential component is still based on an advanced experimentalism. Despite the break of the Second World War and the parenthesis of socialist […]

Hungary Architecture

Hungary Architecture and Cinema

Architecture. – The Hungary it has developed an architectural language of great interest in which the functionalism inherited from the post-war period has progressively changed towards a neomodernism of international taste or towards different forms of regionalism. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Hungary, Historically part of the Eastern Bloc, has further westernized, […]

Hungary culture and traditions

Hungary Arts

The Hungarians found in the Danube basin an already remarkable artistic culture brought there by the Huns, the Avars, the Scythians, the Lombards. The Hungarians themselves brought with them an industrial art of a Persian-Sassanid mold, of which they were found adorned with metal and goldsmiths in the tombs. But the greatest artistic legacy came […]

Hungary Government

Hungary Government and Finance

Political order. – The Hungarian constitution is founded on the constitutional law of 1222 (golden bull), and on the additional laws of February 28, 1920, August 14, 1925, November 14, 1926, June 18, 1933. Hungary is a monarchy (Királyság) with a throne vacant and in which the monarchical functions are exercised by a regent (Kormányzó). […]

Budapest, Hungary History

Budapest, Hungary History and Transportation

History The city of Budapest is the result of the unification in 1873 of the cities of Buda and Obuda, on the right bank, with Pest, located on the left bank of the Danube River,. Buda and Budapest itself, were the Hungarian royal See in various occupations during the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Modern and contemporary times until 1944 when the monarchy disappeared […]

Budapest - Paris of the East

Budapest – Paris of the East

Budapest is the capital of the Republic of Hungary. It lies in the Hungarian Plain on both sides of the Danube. It consists of the two districts Buda and Pest, which were united in 1872 under the name Budapest. See relationshipsplus.com for European oldest cities. Budapest has 1.74 million residents and is the administrative, economic and […]

Budapest (World Heritage)

Budapest (World Heritage)

According to pharmacylib, the banks of the Danube with its magnificent buildings, the castle district and the approximately 2.5 km long Andrássy Street are among the most outstanding urban ensembles in the world. They reflect the role of Budapest in Hungary as well as in European history. Budapest: facts Official title: Buda Castle District and […]

Traditional Village of Hollokö (World Heritage)

Traditional Village of Hollokö (World Heritage)

With its picturesque historical core, the museum village Hollókő (Rabenstein) in northern Hungary is an outstanding example of a village culture in the 17th century. Traditional village of Hollokö: facts Official title: Traditional village of Hollókő (Rabenstein) Cultural monument: Hollókő, a Palóczen village, also known as »Rabenstein«, with an almost unchanged historical center from the […]

Pécs Cemetery (World Heritage)

World Heritage Sites in Hungary

Location Hungary borders in the north with the Slovak Republic, in the north-east with Ukraine (Transcarpathian region), in the east with Romania, in the south with Croatia and the Republic of Serbia (province Vojvodina), in the south-west with Sloveniaand in the west with Austria (Burgenland). Hungary lies mainly in the Pannonian basin, which is surrounded […]