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24 Secret Small Towns in Europe You Must Visit. 23.4K Flares Twitter 73 Facebook 23.2K Google+ 39 Pin It Share 102 Email -- 23.4K Flares × 1 | Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic There’s no other town in the world that I am more fond of than the quaint, charming, fairytale-like town of Cesky Krumlov in southern Bohemia.

24 Secret Small Towns in Europe You Must Visit

It’s as if you have stepped into a time warp – small cobblestone roads, bridges every which way you look, and no, there’s no McDonalds! It’s a great short day trip from Prague if you find yourself there but for the best experience, visit Krumlov in the summer season and raft down the Vltavy River. 2 | Colmar, France Situated in Alsace, Colmar is a unique blend of French and Germany architecture, culture and spirit. 3 | Marsaxlokk, Malta This town in Malta is the main fishing village for the entire country.

Advertisement 4 | Hallstatt, Austria The lakeside town of Hallstatt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has even been dubbed the prettiest lakeside village in the entire world. Zsolt Vidak (Budapest, Hungary - Google Search. Maverick Hostel & Ensuites, Budapest, Hungary. 11th Hour Cinema Hostel, Budapest, Hungary. We are within walking distance to all of the major sights and nightlife areas in Budapest, strategically squeezed between the two major metro lines, which allows you to get to and from all the bus and train stations within minutes.

11th Hour Cinema Hostel, Budapest, Hungary

Between us we speak English, German, Italian and French. We will give you great insight into the history and culture of Budapest and how to make the most of it during your stay. We can provide tips for independent travelers who wish to visit other cities or towns nearby. We are perfect for the traveler looking for fun in a place not too big and not too small, with quiet rooms on the upper floors and a friendly common area on the bottom floor and courtyard. It is perfect for meeting new people.

If you would like to book for more than 25 people please contact group bookings, even if you are one group with several smaller bookings that adds up to more than 25 people. Before moving to Budapest - Part 1 - We Love Budapest. Whether you are a student, an intern, or just a traveler, and you''re expecting Budapest to become your home during the next couple of months, you had better take a few things into consideration.

Before moving to Budapest - Part 1 - We Love Budapest

Check out these pieces of advice on how to start your new life in the multifarious city of lights! How to arrive Budapest has the perfect location, it's right in the centre of Europe and, being a real capital, it has good connections with the whole continent and the main cities in the world. If you come by plane, you should know that the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is the largest in Hungary and it connects the country with Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and North America.

It's 16 kilometers away from the centre of Budapest, which can be reached by various means of transport all day long. Public transportation from/to the airport: Metro line 2 (M2 or red metro line) Főtaxi is the airport’s official taxi company, providing transfers all day long. What to bring Flickr/Daniel Boncz. A Guide for Shopaholics in Budapest. Currency - Good To Know Usually you can use your credit cards everywhere, but in small shops and markets you have to pay in cash.

A Guide for Shopaholics in Budapest

Although Hungary is part of the European Union, the currency used isn’t the Euro, but instead the Forint (HUF). Even if sometimes Euros are accepted you’ll get Forints back if you need change, which is not worth it because of the exchange rate; so having enough Hungarian Forints with you may come in handy. Fashion Design Shops - unique to Hungary Budapest’s main design street is called Király utca. Budapest Fashion Week is held each April while Design Week takes place in October, and once or twice a year you can go on a Downtown Design Discovery with Stylewalker. Unknown Shops - off the beaten path Budapest has a few art bars - fashion pubs that don’t only offer booze - where you can combine pub-crawling with accessories and clothes.

Hey UFABC, Hey SwB, Hey friends and my family... let's go! I'm going to Hungary! Communication and Media BA. Level of qualification: Bachelor (BA) Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Sciences Scheme of Study: 6 semesters (3-year-long) full time program Specializations/ Majors: - business communication - media informatics Graduates with a knowledge of the communication systems in the society and of the main institutions of communication and media, can fulfill the social role of a mediator, have numerous career opportunities. for those who see their future in communication and media sector, this degree is an ideal choice.

Communication and Media BA

The Course. CSF Hungary. CSF Hungary. Faculty/course name/academic level: Course status HAC accredited, existing course in English language in 2012/2013 Starting date(s) (following optional prep. course) September/February Max number of students Min number of students Duration of the course 3 years Language requirements.

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