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Welcome & thanks for enjoying a moment here, along with fellow friendly Xpats in the loop!
You're in good company with 1000's of expats + top locals in this cosmopolitan community.

1. First up here are 5 fresh Galleries, so you can see what happened & who was at the
Xpat Charity Party on Saturday:

* Virtuoso Party Photos by Marko Novkov,
* Brilliant Bonfire Party Pictures by Árpád Bakcsy,
* Super Snaps of the Gala Action by Marcus Schirrmacher,
* Fab Fireworks Night Photos by John Galvin of,
* Fun Photos of this Fundraising Extravaganza by Samsung Hungary

2. As always you can see events happening these days below in the loop via Xpat Calendar:
E.g. De-Phazz Concert, Anna Karenina Ballet, Remembrance Ceremony, Modern Dance by Góbi.

3. Also you can see the latest Movies + Specials, plus fresh News, Information & Inspiration:
E.g. More Food Prices Capped, Michelin Stars Now in Rural Hungary, Surprising Expat Interview.

Now we hope you like what's in it for you below.
Yours with best wishes, Team XpatLoop

See What Happened: Xpat Charity Party '22 - Bonfire Night Blast

BREAKING | news & more

More Food Prices Rolled Back in Hungary

City Won't Pay for Christmas Lights in Budapest

"World in Serious Danger", Says Hungarian Foreign Minister

Watch: HUF 10 Billion Cocaine Shipment Found in Csepel, Budapest

Foreign Visitors Increasing in Hungary - Here's Where Most Come From

Michelin Stars Awarded to Fine Restaurants Outside Budapest for First Time

Food Prices Now Up More Than 64%, With October Inflation in Hungary Over 21%

Hungary’s First-Ever Winter Olympics Gold Medal Winning Brothers Ask to Change Country

State Media Starting to Closely Monitor Employees in Hungary Using Special Software

Invitation: British Embassy 'Remembrance Ceremony' in Solymár, 13 November

Hungarian Tax System in OECD's Top 10 on Competitiveness

Covert Chinese Police Stations Found Operating in Budapest

Demo Held in Front Of Public Media HQ in Budapest

Surprising Expats, Ian Davies, Environmentalist

West Failed Hungary in 1956, Says Orbán

Calendar highlights

Contemporary Percussion by Vanessa Porter

You may think all a percussionist has to do is give a bass drum a good whack with a mallet. Well, this young rising star proves there's far more to it than that with her contemporary compositions, each an exciting journey of discovery.

11 November - Festival Theatre Budapest

De-Phazz Concert: 'Jazzy & Jazzpiknik'

This downtempo nu jazz band combines modern trends with soul, Latin, trip hop and drum & bass in a lounge sound environment. After decades playing the band will soon retire, so this gig is a last chance to hear them live in Hungary.

12 November - MOMkult Budapest

Ballet: Tolstoy’s 'Anna Karenina'

The performance by the Ballet Company of Győr is a dance theatre adaptation of one of the most famous romances in world literature, Anna Karenina, adapted to stage by Award Winning Choreographer, László Velekei.

13 November - National Dance Theatre Budapest

Alter Bridge Concert: 'Pawns & Kings Tour'

The band will play new material here in Hungary, and joining them as special guests are Grammy-winning rockers Halestorm, which for fans of hard rock / post-grunge / alt rock is sure to be an unmissable treat.

14 November - Budapest Sportaréna

U.D.O. Concert: 'Game Over Europe Tour'

The new heavy metal band of the former singer of cult band Accept, chose the title for good reason he says, "If humanity does not rethink some of its actions, we can expect drastic consequences" - go for rock and reason!

15 November - Barba Negra Budapest

Modern Dance: 'Island' by Góbi Company

The works of Rita Góbi can be described as brave & experimental, she has a geometrical, minimalistic style. We're told this is a 'dance performance perfused with light , somewhere on the border between dance and visual arts'.

16 November - Trafó Budapest


Open Day at Britannica International School, 15 November

Thinking about joining Britannica International School, Budapest? You are welcome to this special Open Day on Tuesday 15th November at 10am to find out more: speak to teachers, view some lessons in action, tour the facilities and get a feel of the welcoming school atmosphere.

Two of Atenor Hungary’s Office Projects Recognized Internationally

ATENOR Hungary, the international sustainable urban property developer, has won two honours at this year’s European Property Awards in London for two of its office developments in Buda.

Breast Cancer is Preventable & Curable by Dr. Rose Budapest

Every year, more than 8,000 breast tumors are detected and more than 2,000 deaths from breast cancer are reported, according to Hungarian statistics. Regular screening is the most important tool in the fight against breast cancer, as diseases detected early are more likely to be cured. Read on for more by Dr. Rose Private Hospital Budapest.

New movies in Budapest