See Hungary's New Xpat Community E-zine, 18 – 24 June

  • 19 Jun 2020 10:42 AM
See Hungary's New Xpat Community E-zine, 18 – 24 June
The fresh newsletter for the International Community in Hungary is now available for your interest via the link below. Thousands of readers already got it in their inbox - if you didn't then don't miss out by joining in using the Newsletter box on the right side of this page.

You can see the new edition here:

1. In focus are 7 summer festivals are now confirmed for 2020:
E.g. Kolorádó Festival, Veszprém Street Music Festival, Jazz Picnic in Paloznak or Fishing on Orfű.

2. As always there's Breaking News for your interest - including essential reading.
E.g. Coronavirus: Hungarian Parliament Lifts Government's Emergency Powers.

3. Also there's a weekly guide to a great variety of happenings around town.
E.g. Drive-In Cinema in Budapest, Day Trip to Tihany or English Book Club.

Now here's hoping you like what's included for you this week.

Yours with best wishes,


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