Taxi driver Marianna Bodzars takes us on a ride through the capital of Hungary and shows us her Budapest.
Thousands have rallied in Budapest to demonstrate against controversial changes to the country's labor laws. Hungary's largest trade union has threatened to call a general strike on January 19.
DW reporter Eesha Kheny decided to book a brief trip to the Hungarian capital. She promises it won't be the last time.
Budapest's belle epoque boulevards, cafes and locals playing chess in steaming outdoor thermal spas have long attracted tourists. But for some locals the city's tourism sector is booming too literally.
Hungarians are being asked to pick between competing apocalyptic visions in Sunday's election: A country and culture devastated by foreign invasion versus a corrupt dictatorship. Tim Gosling reports from Budapest.
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