New Great Read: Xpat Community Newsletter - 25 February – 3 March

  • 26 Feb 2021 8:42 AM
New Great Read: Xpat Community Newsletter - 25 February – 3 March
The fresh newsletter for the International Community in Hungary - described by readers as a "Great read each week" - is now available for your review via the link below.

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

1000's 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.

1. There's a curated selection of fresh News, Information & Inspiration
E.g. Breaking - Hungary Extends All Covid-Related Restrictions Until March 15.
EU Tells Hungary To Ease Borders / Hungary First In EU To Use Chinese Vaccine.

2. In focus is a good look ahead at a great variety of events on this Spring
E.g. Children's English Book Fair / 'Dead Man Walking' Opera In Budapest.
'Dynasties' @ Budapest Grand Circus - On Throughout March.

3. Plus you can see Calendar highlights & new Specials inc. A Free Dental Check
E.g. Somms In The Kitchen: Lángos / Discover Budapest Photography Project.
Keeping Your Heart Healthy By Dr. Rose Private Hospital Budapest.

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

Yours with best wishes,



Photo courtesy of Krénn Imre Photography
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Iain Lindsay OBE, British Ambassador to Hungary:
"We value's contribution to building the international community in Hungary, and are grateful for our partnership in engaging with the British community here."

Sandra Knibbs, Principal at Dance Craze Academy:
"XpatLoop - great work informing us about the most compelling events in the city!"

Paul Slocombe, Director, American International School of Budapest:
"Two thumbs up on XpatLoop's website and newsletter. A really great resource for us expats. Easy to navigate and loads of excellent ideas on what's on in Budapest, plus activities for the weekend. Keep up the good work!"

Ephie Christodoulides, Client Manager at KPMG:
"I just wanted to say thank you for all the work you are doing on the site".

Warren Conolly, Professional Educator.
"As a fellow expat here in Hungary, I thought to say how great XpatLoop is for the community as a whole."

Dennis A. Diokno, CEO & Founding Partner, FirstMed
“Thanks to XpatLoop for an excellent working relationship of over 20 years!”

Frank Hegedűs, Chaplain, St. Margaret's Anglican Church
“Thank you for your important service during these troubling times.”

John Hart, Principal, International School Of Budapest
“Just a short note of deep appreciation to you all at XpatLoop. At these difficult and potentially solitary times your mailings are doing a wonderful job at keeping us expats in the loop, and ensuring that we still feel part of the vibrant community which is Budapest.”

"In the loop" definition:
A group of plugged-in people among whom knowledge and influence circulates.

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