PHeymont muses on historical memory and historical influence, and why Budapest has a park full of formerly-honored statues.
Marilyn Jones recalls her cruise down the Danube in December and visiting the Christmas markets along the way.
George G shares memories and images of a cold winter trip to Budapest.
Once again, European river cruise schedules are being thrown into chaos by low water in the Rhine and Danube.
Robert Cranwell, the Amateur Emigrant, explores and is charmed by the remote regions of Hungary. Be sure not to miss this post.
GarryRF, on a constant search for fine foods takes a look at pub food in Budapest, the Capital City of Hungary.
Visit Budapest's huge and historic food market with Marilyn Jones
Bob Cranwell shares memories of visiting the vastness of the Puszta, a vaste plain extending from Europe to Central Asia.
American adds seasonal flights to Budapest and Prague and beefs up service to Venice for next year.
PHeymont's fascination with 'civic pride' manhole covers and the art and history they portray keep him looking down as he travels...
Do you love unusual train journeys as much as Wilbur does? Check out this fascinating adventure through eastern Europe.
Through an early morning mist, Marilyn Jones caught this memorable view of Hungary's largest building.
Budapest's long history shows in its Castle District and the Matthias Church, where the medieval era can still be sensed.
Air Canada starts service to Budapest, just one of a string of international expansions for the carrier.
These Hungarian horses, once trained for battle, still learn not to fear sounds such as gunfire or cracking whip...and can lie down on command!