Wishing Xpats Wonderful Xmas* Holidays

  • 21 Dec 2021 5:01 PM
Wishing Xpats Wonderful Xmas* Holidays
All the team at XpatLoop wish you and yours very Happy Holidays! We hope you've enjoyed what’s been in the loop for you this year + we’re grateful to every reader and partner for our positive connection. Here's wishing you a Joyful + Prosperous New Year!

* Boldog Karácsonyt, Happy Hanukkah, Feliz Navidad, Fröhliche Weihnachten, Joyeux Noel, Buone Feste Nataliziem, Joyous Kwanzaa... and Merry Christmas!

Festive offers from our Partners below:

Special Festive Gastronomic Offers & New Year's Eve Parties in Matild Palace in Budapest
Christmas Gift Guide + How to Support Local Business in Hungary
Corinthia Budapest Invites You to an Unforgettable Festive Season
Special Holiday Offers From Hertz Hungary
Festive Season at Araz Restaurant In Budapest
5 Special Places for Expats in Budapest to go Shopping this Xmas
Christmas at Hunguest Hotel Pelion Tapolca
Dental Treatment During Christmas? @ Smile & Teeth Dental Budapest
Spend the New Year’s Eve @ Hotel Silvanus Visegrád
Xmas Fair @ Vörösmarty Tér Budapest Open Until 31 December



Very best seasonal wishes to you and yours!

With kind regards,

Team XpatLoop

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