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Joining the Biggest Party of the Year in Hungary

When we arrived in Hungary, we had no idea our four days there overlapped one of the country’s major national holidays on August 20. So it comes as no surprise... Read More

Travel Post by Camels & Chocolate on the 03-09-16


Eight Cool Places in Budapest

Eight Cool Places in Budapest. Have you ever been to a city so many times that the usual tourist spots no longer hold the allure for you that they once did? That’s... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 31-10-15


A Tour of District 7 – Budapest Street Art

A Tour of District 7 – Budapest Street Art. I feel like I know Budapest almost as well as I know Berlin. I’ve been there so many times that it’s become familiar, and getting... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 04-10-15


PHOTO: Interior of Dohany Synagogue in Budapest, Hungary

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Interior of the Dohany Synagogue in Budapest, Hungary, which features a large elevated pulpit & lavish decor, is a departure... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 24-08-15


Europe is always a good idea. Here are 5 cities we will revisit again and again

Travel to Europe is always a good idea. For many North Americans, traveling to Europe is THE dream vacation. There are few regions in the world that can compete with Europe when... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 23-08-15


Healing Waters of the Thermal Baths in Budapest

Budapest is one of those places that I hadn’t gotten enough of the first time around, so I was delighted that my Viking River Cruises Grand European Tour would end in... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 22-08-15


The Travelettes Guide to Interrailing through Eastern Europe

We slept under the stars, were chased out of a train in Serbia at 4am, saw the Julian Alps in Slovenia, got on three wrong trams in the middle of the... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 21-08-15


Viking River Grand European Tour Carries On An Age-Old Tradition

The English historian, Edward Gibbon, once remarked that, “According to the law of custom, and perhaps of reason, foreign travel completes the education of an English gentleman.” Gibbon might well be... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 15-08-15


The Introvert’s Guide to Backpacking

“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.” -Bilbo... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 13-06-15


48 Hours in Budapest

When most people think about traveling to Europe, all the major cities pop into their heads: London. Paris. Rome. Most people don’t immediately dream of Budapest. But I do. After two visits to... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 11-05-15


Trip to Budapest for VinCE Wine Show

With upcoming excitement about a pending trip to Budapest, it seemed like George Ezra’s song of the same name was always playing on the radio. The movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 16-04-15


5 European Destinations for a Roadtrip with Friends

One of the best ways to see Europe is by road travel. Snow-capped mountains, pristine lakes, and vibrant cities are all within an easy day’s drive from each other. No other... Read More

Travel Post by Smiling Faces Travel Photos on the 15-04-15


VinCE International Wine Show 2015 in Budapest, Hungary

The Venue The 6th annual VinCE Wine Show was recently held at the luxurious and inviting Corinthia Hotel in Budapest in early March 2015. This event is organized by the VinCE... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 29-03-15


Old to New, Day to Night

From one of Europe's most stunning cities. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 04-09-14


Taste and Run

Could we have discovered the most perfect way to explore a new city? ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 02-09-14


A Trace of Thrace: Balkan Adventure

In Plovdiv, Bulgaria, John M. Edwards snitches on the mystery-shrouded Balkans’ best-kept secret: an ancient (and enduring) heresy I was on the way slow train from Budapest through the Balkans, on... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 09-11-13


PHOTO: Intricate carving on pews at the historic wooden church at Takos, Hungary dates to Medieval times

PHOTO: Intricate carving on pews at the historic wooden church at Takos, Hungary dates to Medieval times was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 01-11-13


PHOTO: Considered by Hungarians to be a sign of good fortune, this White Stork takes flight at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary

PHOTO: Considered by Hungarians to be a sign of good fortune, this White Stork takes flight at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary was originally published by Barbara Weibel on... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 31-10-13


PHOTO: Once abundant on the great Hungarian Plain, wolves at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary are now being bred to maintain the species

PHOTO: Once abundant on the great Hungarian Plain, wolves at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary are now being bred to maintain the species was originally published by Barbara Weibel... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 30-10-13


Dragons, Witches, and Boat-Shaped Gravestones in the Fascinating Szatmár Region of Hungary

Had I only stayed one day in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, as planned, I would have left believing that the meandering rivers, lush orchards, and bucolic villages were pretty, but otherwise uninteresting. Fortunately,... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 29-10-13


PHOTO: Traditional Herdsmen of Hungary take a break from rounding up livestock at Hortobagy National Park

PHOTO: Traditional Herdsmen of Hungary take a break from rounding up livestock at Hortobagy National Park was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited 72... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 29-10-13


PHOTO: Hungarian Red fox rests in the shade on a hot afternoon at Hortobagy National Park

PHOTO: Hungarian Red fox rests in the shade on a hot afternoon at Hortobagy National Park was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited 129... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 28-10-13


PHOTO: Endangered White Pelicans at the Wildlife Park Safari in Hortobagy National Park, Hungary

PHOTO: Endangered White Pelicans at the Wildlife Park Safari in Hortobagy National Park, Hungary was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited 79 times, 13... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 27-10-13


PHOTO: Sculpture at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary, with historic Nine-Arched Bridge in the background

PHOTO: Sculpture at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary, with historic Nine-Arched Bridge in the background was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited 83... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 26-10-13


PHOTO: Delicate Hungarian wildflower in the marshes at Hortobagy National Park

PHOTO: Delicate Hungarian wildflower in the marshes at Hortobagy National Park was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited 54 times, 4 visits today)The post... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 25-10-13


Waltzing through the Kaffehaus Kultura Vienna

“The [Café] Central is a place for people who have to kill time, so as not to be killed by it. . . .” –Alfred Polgar “I AM SIGMUND SPIELBERG!!!” The... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 24-10-13


PHOTO: Boat-shaped gravestones of Szatmarcseke in far eastern Hungary are found nowhere else in the world

PHOTO: Boat-shaped gravestones of Szatmarcseke in far eastern Hungary are found nowhere else in the world was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited 125... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 21-10-13


PHOTO: Swimming at the spillway on the Tur River, which forms the boundary between far eastern Hungary and Ukraine

PHOTO: Swimming at the spillway on the Tur River, which forms the boundary between far eastern Hungary and Ukraine was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 20-10-13


PHOTO: Margit Kormany relates the stories behind her lifelong collection at her museum in Penyige, Hungary

PHOTO: Margit Kormany relates the stories behind her lifelong collection at her museum in Penyige, Hungary was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel (Visited 113... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 19-10-13


PHOTO: Labeling bottles of Hungarian Palinka, a high alcohol content fruit cordial made from local plums in Panyola, Hungary

PHOTO: Labeling bottles of Hungarian Palinka, a high alcohol content fruit cordial made from local plums in Panyola, Hungary was originally published by Barbara Weibel on Hole In The Donut... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 18-10-13