If you have always wanted to see Budapest in an era long gone, for example in the thirties, well, we have some good news for you: we can take you for a short time travel, thanks to a video found in YouTube.
In a recent video, he tells us a few things about his favourite places in our capital and he highlights that Budapest is one of his favourite cities.
After the lockdown, life is returning to our country and yes, Hungary welcomes you back – as it is highlighted also by the following short film.
Wizz Air cabin crew performed a unique dance on the birthday of the company.
A Canadian filmmaker used individual photographs to create the illusion of a stop-motion-esque journey through the streets of Budapest.
This is not a post-apocalyptic movie, this is Budapest nowadays.
This is the first time when we can see more than just static images and descriptions about the new National Gallery.
Some parts have been completed while other improvements are still in progress.
You can still place a bid on the iconic vehicle, the money will be offered for a Hungarian hospital.
World famous American rapper-producer astounded by Hungarian Máté Jancsovics’s production.
Amazing portraits from Rubik’s Cube? Just look how this artist can make it.
Plans unveiled and will make your jaw drop.
All about Budapest in 17 minutes – well, not all, but you’ll receive the most important information (even before a first trip).
The city is almost even more beautiful than in the reality, if this is possible.
Only 3 minutes, but shows everything you need to know.