In December, one of the buses of BKV will again be running in Budapest with a festive look, the company told MTI on Friday.
Liszt Ferenc International operator Budapest Airport on Thursday said it cut its forecast for passenger numbers next year by 2 million because of a windfall profit tax on airlines, high inflation and an economic slowdown.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met former Czech President Václav Klaus for talks in Budapest on Thursday.
The employment of eight teachers in three secondary schools in Budapest will be terminated as of Dec. 1 on the ground of dereliction of duty, the interior ministry, which is in charge of public education, said on Wednesday.
The 125th birth anniversary of Colonel Imre Reviczky, who saved the lives of thousands of Jewish soldiers during the second world war, was marked in a commemoration held in Budapest’s Fiumei Street Cemetery on Tuesday.
Evidence suggests that the “false” allegation that people close to the metropolitan administration were planning to sell the City Hall building was part of a “criminal smear campaign” aided and abetted by people connected with the government and ruling Fidesz party, Budapest Mayor Gergely Karácsony said, noting that former Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai had posted […]
On Saturday afternoon, representatives of teachers’ advocacy and civilians held a protest in downtown Budapest. Several of the participants of the event gathered in front of the building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in the early afternoon.
A student fell out of the window of a Budapest high school on Friday. Bors writes that a 12-year-old girl fell from the first floor.
Due to an accident, trams 1 and 1M are not running between Népliget and Puskás Ferenc Stadium, the Budapest Transport Center (BKK) announced on its Facebook page on Thursday.
A nearly 19-meter-tall tree is going to decorate Kossuth Square.