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Category Archives: Budapest
CheckOut: Kapital Inn, Budapest, Hungary
CHECKOUT: KAPITAL INN, BUDAPEST: TOP/BOTTOM LINE The Kapital Inn, Budapest, Hungary reigns as the #1 bed and breakfast on TripAdvisor for the past 10 consecutive years. That might be because it’s gay owned/operated by Albert, a local Hungarian and former 5-star hotel exec and Paul, a South African and former advertising exec. You’ll find the Kapital InnContinue reading “CheckOut: Kapital Inn, Budapest, Hungary”
Biking In Budapest … with a Twist
Our correspondent Dennis Hensley let us in on this amazing little bike tour in Budapest: Want to get to know Budapest and burn off last night’s goulash at the same time? Then check out the 4.5-hour Wheels & Meals Bike Tour from Budapest Bike Breeze tours. As Euro capitals go, Budapest is very bike-friendly andContinue reading “Biking In Budapest … with a Twist”
On the banks of the Danube in Budapest, The Halászbástya, or Fisherman’s Bastion, is a neo-Gothic terrace way up on Castle Hill is a terrace in neo-Gothic.The city is one of Europe’s most romantic, most historic, and perhaps its most underrated city. In our May issue, we hit the ground and uncovered all of Budapest’s secrets: the hidden gems,Continue reading “#DDTI: Budapest”
Hungary Like the Wolf: Dennis Hensley Visits Budapest
ManAboutWorld correspondent recently Dennis Hensley visited Budapest. While there he recorded a podcast with his friend Tom Ford who is working there on a movie as the Visual Effects Producer. Here’s the link. We covered Budapest in our current issue. If you haven’t read it, download it now.
Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Budapest
Photo of the daily flag-raising ceremony at Kossuth tér outside of the Parliament building by New York-based ManAboutWorld Global CorrespondentPaul Fusco who recently returned from Budapest. We’ll be covering Budapest in all of its gay glory in our upcoming May 2014 issue. Photo credit: Paul Fusco