Annually since 1985, the cultural poobahs of the European Union have designated one or more of the continent's cities (and as of last year it's been three), as Capitals of Culture, focusing on their own cultural offerings and allowing them to organize a series of wider cultural events (many with a strong pan-European dimension) - which bring in considerable additional revenue; foster urban renewal; and raise their international profiles and image
Hungary is located in the heart of Europe. It offers excellent infrastructure, temperate climate, with good public safety and low living costs for anyone planning to move here. It is a member of the European Union, which grants great business and travel opportunities to anyone living and working in Hungary.
Moving to Hungary
Immigration to Hungary is straightforward and simple. If you are a citizen of an EU member state, you only need a registration card. If you are a citizen of a third country, y
Finding yourself in a Mediterranean village just 10 kilometers from Budapest is one of the surprises the Danube offers up to travelers. The small town of Szentendre (Saint Andrew) is the gateway to the Danube Bend, a curve of Hungary’s most majestic river. The town retains its 18th and 19th century appearance and atmosphere.
With a population of approximately 26 000, to this day the customs and traditions of Serbs who fled the Turkish hoards at the end of the 17th century are kept al