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Hungary's capital is a tale of two cities, split by the Danube river. The Buda and the Pest sides not only give the city its name, but also define its different lifestyles and personalities.

There [are] a lot of bars, restaurants, meeting points, but also many companies have their offices on this side of the river," explained Wiktoria Skiba, originally from Poland and founder of Budapest blog The Spoiled Queen. You can find a lot of green areas there, and the air is fresher than on the Pest side.

View image of Women sitting in front of the Hungarian Parliament building Credit: Residents are known to be friendly and laid-back with foreigners, and new opportunities are attracting more and more expats to the area. While older residents tend to keep to themselves, the up-and-coming generation of Hungarians tends to be open-minded and friendly, making it a more welcoming place for expats than ever before. View image of Locals can enjoy the numerous cafes around Budapest Credit: The Buda side is favoured by families, while the Pest side is popular with young professionals and has more of a party scene.

The city is further defined by its 23 separate districts, each with their own vibe. Though more "posh", according to Skiba, it also is very well connected with two metro lines, trams and buses, as well as lots of cafes and bars near the river where people can hang out. Once quite dangerous, the VIII district, also on the Pest side, has lately been transformed into a "cultural melting point", according to F.

Eszter, who also works for the Budapest tourism centr e. Locals also recommend the XII and II districts, both on the Buda side, for families and those who prefer a calmer pace of life as they tend to be cleaner and greener.

Locals have plenty of getaways right within the city itself, and take advantage of them at every opportunity. Margitsziget Margaret Island on the Danube is a popular hiking destination, located 3.

Located 7km west of the city in the Buda hills, Normafais also popular year round for short excursions. Further afield, the Hungarian countryside has plenty of popular holiday spots.

Lake Balaton, km southwest, draws swimmers and boaters as well as cyclists who take advantage of the bike lanes around the lake. Small towns on the northern part of the Danube are also popular getaways, including Szentendre, 20km to the north and known for its museums and galleries; Visegrad, 45km to the north and home to a medieval castle and citadel; and Esztergom, 50km to the north where Hungary's largest cathedral is located.

Neighbouring countries Austria, Croatia and Romania are also relatively affordable and easy to get to via train or plane. Food, drinks and housing are all very affordable, but due to a high sales tax rate, items like laptops and electronics can be pricier than elsewhere in Europe. However, residents universally agree that Budapest is much more affordable than other Western European capitals. Hungary Budapest Living In The city that lives a double life.

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The solution is not immigration, but rather to encourage Hungarian families to have more children, Orban believes. And Hungarians have long memories of foreign invasion - of being overrun by the Turks, the Austrians and the Russians. Hungary was also deprived of her multicultural communities - the many Romanians, Slovaks, Serbs, Croats and Ruthenians who had previously lived side-by-side with Hungarians.

In World War Two, most of her large Jewish population was murdered in death camps, and in the post-war deportations she lost many of the Germans who had settled in Hungary since the 18th Century.

It's and the castle of Eger in northern Hungary is besieged by a huge Ottoman army. Captain Istvan Dobo and his tiny garrison defend the town and send the Turks packing. The hero is Gergely Bornemissza, an explosives expert who plays a central role in the defence of the fortress.

Other Hungarian castles fell to the Turks in the following decades but only after inflicting such losses on the invaders that their advance into Europe faltered, then failed. In September at the monastery of Banz in Bavaria, Orban conjured up the spirit of the 16th Century. He told his admirers from the German centre-right that he was just a captain, defending the outer castles from the same Muslim enemy, intent on swamping Christian Europe. They were on their way to the more prosperous countries of Western Europe.

In May , the European Commission proposed compulsory quotas to redistribute asylum seekers. Orban was having none of it. His answer was a fence. On 16 June , Hungary announced the construction of a km mile barrier along the southern border with Serbia. In the following months his party won back anything up to a million supporters, pollsters estimated.

The border fence in red spans Hungary's border with Serbia and Croatia. The fence was built by a combination of soldiers, prison inmates and unemployed people on community work schemes. It was completed on 15 September By mid-October, a 40km extension was added along the border with Croatia. At 3m high, dug 1. Crossing or damaging the fence became a crime punishable by up to three years in prison. Most who do so are caught and summarily expelled from the country - through gates built into the fence.

In , 3, were allowed to apply, of whom 1, were granted some kind of protected status. Most subsequently left the country. Integration programmes for the small number granted asylum in Hungary have been slashed or abolished. Soviet soldiers pulling out of Hungary, The phone rang in my 4th floor apartment overlooking the Kiraly Baths in Budapest.

It was Miklos Haraszti, a well-known dissident. Later that day Viktor Orban was sitting in my flat, drinking tea from one of my chipped mugs. He was bearded, earnest, and keen to impress - explaining how he and his friends were setting up a new political movement.

At secondary school he had briefly pledged his allegiance to the Young Communists. But now they were falling apart. One would occasionally see them, always in small groups, at the zoo or railway stations, their broad-topped green felt caps looking like the baize on a miniature pool table. But their effect was well understood. The threat remained in the years which followed. When Mikhail Gorbachev came to power in the Soviet Union in , he publicly renounced the Brezhnev doctrine under which Moscow claimed the right to send military force to defend the Communist Party in any Warsaw Pact country.

This was a body-blow to the Communist leaders of Eastern Europe. They now realised that if the people ever rose up, the regimes might be unable to defend themselves. Meanwhile, Hungary increasingly took over from Poland as the main seedbed of democracy in the region. Viktor Orban quickly became one of the bigger seeds.

He was born in Szekesfehervar in May , a city 60km 37 miles south of Budapest, and capital of Hungary in the Middle Ages. By the s, it had recovered from heavy damage in World War Two, and boasted important bus and electronics factories, as well as a mechanised infantry battalion of the Red Army.

Orban grew up in the nearby villages of Felcsut and Alcsutdoboz, the oldest of three sons. He still has a weekend house in Felcsut. His father Gyozo was a member of the Communist Party and technical inspector in a local mine.

The young Viktor was a bright pupil and a talented footballer. Forward - quick thinker, fast shooter, dynamic passer - shows potential. Orban later told an interviewer: In he moved to Budapest to study law and political science at the Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest.

He quickly formed a tight group with his fellow students - who later became the core of Fidesz. Orban came from a Calvinist Protestant background but is thought to have been an atheist in his youth. In he married university classmate Aniko Levai in a civil ceremony, despite her Catholic upbringing.

They were both Fidesz rapidly transformed itself from a youth movement into a political party, with a liberal ideology and an upper age limit of In June , anti-Communist and Communist reform groups agreed that it was time to rebury Imre Nagy and his colleagues, secretly executed by the Communists in In front of a crowd of tens of thousands in Heroes Square in Budapest, Viktor Orban broke ranks with other leaders of the nascent Hungarian opposition, to demand that Soviet troops leave Hungary.

If we have the guts to will all of this, then and only then we shall fulfil the destiny of our revolution. In the taxi afterwards the Polish dissident leader Adam Michnik told him: But while others on the stage were afraid of a coup against Gorbachev in Moscow, and hardline Communists returning to power in Hungary, Orban plunged in. The last Soviet soldier left Hungarian soil in June , as Fidesz activists waved triumphant banners beside their trains.

Orban saw a gap opening on the political right and seized it - dragging his liberal party to the conservative side, although several of his closest friends quit in protest. What mattered to him was to win power, and keep it, at any cost. In the mids, while a Socialist-Liberal coalition ruled Hungary, Orban was becoming more conservative. His decade-long marriage to Aniko Levai was blessed in a Calvinist church ceremony in All his five children were baptised.

Factories, agricultural land, forests, homes, and businesses were privatised. Many late Communist-era managers made fortunes overnight, but there were also opportunities for sharp-witted, younger entrepreneurs, unconnected to the old regime. Foreign investment poured into the country, but a large part of Hungarian manufacturing was destroyed. Unemployment leapt to one million. The country was brimming with resentment - between the city and the village, the new rich and the new poor, and between nationalists and liberals.

Many people felt that privatisation had gone too far, and that the national wealth had been lost. His government was viewed as moderately successful and quietly prepared Hungary for EU membership. Orban was stunned to lose narrowly to the Socialists in A poster from Orban's unsuccessful campaign for re-election. That autumn Orban was introduced to Arpad Habony, a communications expert and a champion in the Japanese martial art of kendo.

As Hungary built hundreds of kilometres of highway, largely with EU money, the cash flowed into the coffers of Simicska, and his party. Orban was beaten again in the election. Finally in , Fidesz swept back to power with a two-thirds majority in a country still staggering from the effects of the global economic crisis. Orban during his successful election campaign. His government needed money. Private pension funds were diverted to the state. There were new taxes on bank transactions, mobile phone calls and text messages.

The tax on the revenue of foreign-owned energy companies was doubled. With a two-thirds majority in parliament, Fidesz was unstoppable, carving out a new state based on its own ideology. Orban pushed through a new constitution which stressed Christian-Conservative values - nation and family.

This new constitution stated that Hungary had lost its self-determination from March to May - the years first of Nazi then Communist rule - and so partially absolved Hungarians of guilt for the Holocaust. It also weakened the power of the Constitutional Court to act as a check on the power of the government. Orban granted citizenship and the right to vote in Hungarian elections to more than a million Hungarians living in neighbouring countries. A new media law was passed, creating a powerful National Media Authority.

Public TV and radio and the state news agency became government mouthpieces. Under international pressure, the law was amended. But a year later, in , the Council of Europe criticised political influence over appointments to the authority. Critics were purged from the civil service, state companies, schools and even hospitals. It was as if he knew their names.

In Orban won again. Orban promised a million jobs in 10 years, and claims to have now reached , But , are employed in government work schemes, sweeping streets and clearing scrubland, with little training for the job market. Massive state construction projects focus on football stadiums and the rebuilding of public spaces. Many Hungarians undoubtedly feel better off than four years ago.

But there is a growing shortage of workers, as over , emigrated to other EU countries seeking higher wages. Electronics companies cannot fulfil orders because of a shortage of IT engineers. Hospitals complain of a shortage of doctors and nurses. View image of The hospital was overcrowded during the war, housing up to patients Credit: With so many patients and inadequate supplies, infection was rampant, and each day, bodies were taken outside and quickly given temporary burial in bomb craters.

Bandages were taken off dead bodies and used to treat new patients. It was unbearably stinky all over the place. When the siege finally ended in February , with Hungary coming under the control of the Soviet Union, many of the doctors and nurses who worked at the hospital fled the country to avoid living under Soviet rule, taking advantage of certificates of international protection they were issued by the Red Cross during the war.

But Dr Seibriger chose to stay, returning to his home in the nearby Castle District. It was like a playground. After the uprising was crushed, Dr Seibriger was given another opportunity to leave the country, as many escaped through temporarily open borders.

So we stayed here. The revolution proved to be the last time the facility functioned as a hospital. As the Cold War and threats of nuclear attack intensified, the hospital was transformed into a nuclear bunker kept secret by the ruling Hungarian Communist Party. A water storage system was added that could hold a three-week reserve of clean water.

The air supply system was outfitted with active carbon filters that would clean any contaminated air. View image of During the Cold War, the hospital was transformed into a nuclear bunker Credit:

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