Halloween lanterns in the Great Market Hall. Until about ten years ago, it was not a major event even in Budapest, when I was able to find only some plastic candle holders in DIY shops, but it has become a popular event, and Halloween pumpkins are sold even in supermarkets. To me, Hungarians are the … ♫
“The Paul Street Boys” (Pál utcai fiúk) is perhaps THE most famous Hungarian novel, and I found a memorial plaque of one of the main characters NEMECSEK Ernő. A friend of my Italian friend told me that it’s a mandatory reading in Italy.
I’m not a pizza connoisseur, but I hadn’t had good pizza for years if not decades until I tried Pizza Rakéta. I’m not paid to write about it and I genuinely want to recommend it for those who are not satisfied with any other places. And I hope they will keep up with their passion … ♫
I have this fettish for manhole covers in Europe. I thought it’s a bit brutal to draw white lines on the manhole, but I Picasa-ed it to make it artistic.
For approximately one minute per day only in summer (I suppose).
Pretended to be a tourist for one day.
Heroes’ Square (28 February and 1 March)
Happy New Year! After the party. Sparkling wine, wine, pálinka…
Christmas market in and around Vörösmarty tér.