A new perspective on Hungary’s capital: an amphibious bus takes sightseers on a city tour of Budapest by land and water. In 1987, the Danube banks and the Buda Castle Quarter were named a UNESCO World Heritage site.
DW reporter Eesha Kheny decided to book a brief trip to the Hungarian capital. She promises it won't be the last time.
"Andrássy út" is the best known boulevard in the Hungarian capital Budapest. Recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site, it boasts numerous architectural pearls and is a magnet for visitors
Viktor Orban has started a personal propaganda war against George Soros, a billionaire US investor and the Hungarian PM's top enemy of the state. DW's Ben Knight explores the new hostility towards the NGO funder.
The remains of about 20 people, most of them Ashkenazi Jews, have been buried in Budapest's Jewish cemetery. A Hungarian pro-Nazi group executed thousands on the banks of the Danube River near the end of World War II.
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