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Hungary Travel Guide

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Wine's Next Frontier: Hungary's Lake Balaton

The heirloom grapes from Hungary's Lake Balaton are unlike any other in the world—and the local wines remain utterly authentic. Bruce Schoenfeld uncorks one of...

Vacationist: Morocco, Hungary, and Italy

Here's a secret: Last month, a handful of travel experts converged in Marrakech. So take it from us, we're betting Morocco will be on the...

Eclectic Shopping and Urban Renewal in Budapest

When I went to Budapest last week—that unduly beautiful capital on the Danube—I  spent an afternoon checking-out some boutiques recommended in a June 7 New...

Budapest’s Chic New Hot Spots

Hungary’s capital has always had a few things going for it: classical music; Art Nouveau architecture; a wine scene just out of town. Design and...

Guess Where? Synagogue

Happy Friday! Can you guess where this synagogue is?

The New Budapest

With the help of foreign investment and local ingenuity, Hungary's capital, once known as the Paris of the East, is reinventing itself.

Europe Travel: Best Money-Saving Tips

T+L gives you the lowdown on how to plan an affordable trip to Europe that stays within your budget.

2009 Spring Arts Roundup

T+L spotlights the best of the spring season in arts and culture in New York, London, Mexico City, and beyond. Plus, reports on the expansion...

World's Most Classic Breakfasts

The most important meal of the day is also a window onto local cuisine. T+L takes a look at the most classic breakfasts from around...

Why We Travel

Travel has the power to transform places and people in an instant. T+L looks at why we go.
HOTELS

InterContinental Budapest

In 2009, all 402 of the rooms in this squat glass tower close to the Chain Bridge were completely overhauled. The renovation? A modern, open, and airy take on Biedermeier style that makes this hotel... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Borbíróság

This popular wine restaurant adjacent to the Central Market Hall is known for traditional Hungarian fare and a super-sized cellar. Spanning across three floors, Borbíróság evokes... more ›


ACTIVITIES

First Strudel House of Pest

This uncommon cafe and restaurant in the city center has a singular passion: the preparation, and preservation of Hungarian strudel. Occupying a historic 1812 building near Stveti Stefan square, First... more ›


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