A centre showcasing cutting-edge technologies has opened in Budapest at the Új Hidegkuti Nándor Stadium. The EDU and FUN Digital Experience Centre was inaugurated on Tuesday.
A full-time fellowship programme for young US scholars and professionals has been launched in Hungary by two organisations.
The fifth Central European Fashion Week was organized in Budapest last weekend.
All suburban railway lines in and around Budapest (HÉV) will be upgraded and 54 brand new trains will be put into operation by 2025, a government official said.
Liszt Ferenc International operator Budapest Airport expects passenger numbers to fall to 5.5 million this year, down from an earlier estimate of 10 million, due to expected flight cancellations and reduced demand resulting from the novel coronavirus pandemic.
A new synagogue was inaugurated on Sunday in the Orthodox Jewish Elderly Care Home in Budapest’s 12th district.
The Hungarian government is to unveil a statue of George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st President of the United States, to Budapest to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of communist rule in central and eastern Europe.
Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc International Airport is expecting that passenger numbers will come to only around 3,000 daily due to the new coronavirus-related restrictions, the communications director of operator Budapest Airport said.
Budapest’s Ring Road linking Petőfi Bridge and Margaret Bridge, a main thoroughfare in the city centre, will be revamped to provide a permanent bike lane and two lanes for cars on the most frequented stretch, Budapest Mayor Gergely Karácsony said.
Day and Night Open Festival in Szentendre on 29 August 2020.