Budapest to restrict holiday lettings

Short holidays letting in Budapest are likely to be restricted. The Hungarian Government believes that the proliferation of Airbnb type lettings is damaging the hotel industry – a major employer in the city. Letting companies point out that the profile of customers […]

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Tulcea riverside improvements

A 34m Euro project will see major improvements to the riverside and port at Tulcea. Three quarters of the cost will be met from EU funds. The project will make embarkation to boats easier for passengers as well as enhancing the promenade […]

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Memento Park, Communist era statues in Budapest

In 1989 as communism fell apart in Eastern and Central Europe, quite a few statues were falling and being destroyed. In Budapest however instead of destroying statues of Lenin, Marx etc they were collected and put on display in a park on […]

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