See Hungary's New Xpat Community E-zine, 2 – 8 July

  • 3 Jul 2020 11:02 AM
See Hungary's New Xpat Community E-zine, 2 – 8 July
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. First up, there’s great news for both cinema goers and for (sun)bathers in Budapest.
E.g. The Best Spas In The Hungarian Capital Are Just Reopened.

2. As always a hand-picked selection of Breaking News headlines are listed for easy review.
E.g. Hungary Refuses To Let In Any Non-EU Nationals - PM Orbán Has Announced.

3. Plus there are key trending articles in the loop about the local coronavirus situation.
E.g. Active Cases Down To 832, With Only One New Death Recorded.

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

Yours with best wishes,


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