Hungary bloggers

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Today we feature for you. A Gastro site written in English mostly about Hungarian foods and drinks, about restaurants and cafés.

Sunday, May 9, 2010


Today we feature Sári's blog that is called MIMÓZA.

I'm Sári, and I make my textile-based, beaded and felt accessories in Budapest.

from her latest post:

I started a new jewellery line which is inspired by two countries of the Maghreb: Algeria and Morocco. The traditional Algerian wedding necklaces are made form small, triangle-shaped beads, made form a scented, plant-based black/brown paste which is dried. The necklace which is decorated with kitsch golden and plastic beads is used to fragrance the bride's clothing after the wedding ceremony. I took beads from such necklaces and created new ones, with colourful Moroccan kaftan beads and small pearls to transform them into modern, (scented!) MIMÓZA pieces.

Friday, April 30, 2010

Abroad in Budapest

Greg lives in Hungary as a foreigner and he runs this blog "Abroad in Budapest" since January 2010. Very interesting to see my city through his eyes.:)

"All kidding about the weather aside, my first, partial week in Budapest has been nice, even if shockingly cold for a South Carolina boy."


Again a blog which is worth to follow about Budapest.

Abroad in Budapest

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Eliza Zampieri's blog about her Hungary trip

Hungarian Style!

Little travell in a Center European city!

During those Christmas holidays me with my boyfriend went to visit Budapest!

It was such an adventure! We decided not to take the plane and we opt for the train. We had dinner in Venice (that I’m sad to say it’s becoming a really sleazy city :( ) and than we left with an “EuroNight” train to the magyar capital and the next morning we were surrounded by the snow!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Hope in Hungary

JACK AND CINDY IPPEL are living in Budapest, Hungary.

"I am teaching conversational English at Trefort Agoston Kettannyelvu Fovarosi Gyakorlo Szakkozepiskola in Budapest."

And beside teaching they run the blog Hope in Hungary. A cool report on the everydays of an expat teacher living in Budapest.

HopeinHungary - Screenshot

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Diários de Filosofia

Diários de Filosofia is a bilingual blog partly run by the Hungarian István Bagó who is the co-author of the blog.

We feature a post with a little qutation, that is about the Mikulás:

"Today we celebrate the name Nicholas (Miklós). It’s when according to tradition Santa Claus, or “Mikulás” as we call him, appears for the first time. The name comes from a bishop called Saint Nicholas who was a very generous person – he always helped people, especially children. Saint Nicholas started being referred to as Santa Claus after the Protestant Reformation." (to read the entire post click here)

Saturday, December 26, 2009


The next Hungarian blog we feature is VIKCSI's blog on Tumblr.
She writes this about herself:

i am 18yrs old. i live in hungary.
if you follow me i'll follow u.