Széchenyi and Rudas Thermal Baths will fully reopen from the 1st of July.
The Centre for Budapest Transport continues to operate at a higher frequency than actual travel needs.
With the recently introduced new Budapest Card, you can book hotel rooms at a reduced price until the end of December. The joint action of…
“The only thing you cannot do in Budapest is drive and stop”. This is a common saying among people when the city comes to a…
The restrictions imposed on public transportation, the new bicycle lanes, the opening of the quay or providing more accessible MOL Bubi, were the measures that affected the life of everyone in the capital the most.
From Friday, 29 of May it is possible to serve guests not only on the terraces, but also inside restaurants.
In co-operation with district municipal governments, the Municipality of Budapest plans to unify and develop parking in Budapest.
“We can only change from a car-centric city to a people-centric city if the streets and squares are transformed as well” – Samu Balogh, Head of the Mayor’s Cabinet.
It is of outstanding importance that we focus on equal opportunities in coronavirus recovery planning.
With an active campaign we promote the use of local services and thus the strengthening of small and medium-sized businesses.