You can find this Budapest sign on Margaret Island which is connected to the Margaret Bridge next to the Hungarian Parliament building

Latest news – December 1st 2020

Let us share the latest news with You in this blog post.

Border closure extended

Officially the latest border closure of Hungary was valid until the 30th of November, but the government decided to extend it with a couple of months, until the 1st of February. No foreign citizens can enter the country, there a few exceptions. They are going to see this week and next week if the Covid-19 related restrictions need to be tightened by Christmas. You can read the latest restrictions in our previous blog article:

Vörösmarty square Christmas market moves to the internet

The biggest annual Christmas market of Budapest, which has been chosen to be one of the best Christmas markets of Europe several times, was cancelled a couple of weeks ago due to the still rising number of Covid-19 cases in Hungary. The market has been organized for more than 20 years and annually about 800.000 people visit it. This year, they decided to make a website for craftsman and artisans that usually sell their products on the Vörösmarty square in Novembers and Decembers. This website is a page that collects the circa 50 craftsmen that participate in the program and introduce them and their products with pictures and links, so it is not exactly a web shop where you can buy their products, too. Here is the website, if you would like to have a look:

‘Karácsony’ is Christmas in Hungarian 🙂

Hope that You are doing well and safe! We cannot wait to guide you around our beautiful city again!

Here is how nice our Parliament building looks like in autumn from the Margaret island:

This is how beautiful the Hungarian Parliament building looks like in autumn from the nearby Margaret Island