Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine, 30 Sept - 6 Oct

  • 30 Sep 2021 4:32 PM
Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine, 30 Sept - 6 Oct
The fresh newsletter for the International Community in Hungary - described by readers as a "Great read each week" - is now available for your interest and use via the link below.

You can see the new edition of the Xpat E-Magazine here:

You're in good company here, together with thousands of expats and high-level locals

- a cosmopolitan circle of internationally-minded peope, known as the Xpat Community.

1. First-up, here's a look at great variety of trending multimedia features:
E.g. Suspected Assassination 'Conspiracy Group' Leaders Arrested in Hungary.
Video Preview: Budapest Design Week / Video Preview: Art Market Budapest.

2. There’s also a quick update about the Xpat Charity Gala this year:
More loyal partners are pledging support again this year, like Sandor Zwack:
* Cocktail bar, Unicum Barista + Unicum Riserva bottles on every gala table!

If you would like to support, e.g. Charity Auction, please click here.
UK Ambassador Paul Fox + VIP sponsors have this party in their diaries
* Please also mark yours to join this popular event on November 5th.

3. Also there's Calendar highlights, new Specials & Movies now showing:
E.g. 'Open Your Move' Mini Dance Festival / 'Relax & Connect' Buda Hill Hike.
Virtual Open Day @ The British International School Budapest, 30 September.
No Time to Die / The Night House / Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

We hope you enjoy what's included for you this week.

Yours with best wishes,

Photo - 'Sunrise over the rooftops in Budapest' - courtesy of Krénn Imre Photography

Shortcut Links:

Latest News / Interviews / Directory / Calendar / New Movies / Sponsorship


You're in good company together with thousands of expat readers + high-level locals = a cosmopolitan group of internationally-minded folks, known as the Xpat Community.


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