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    • Cell phones in Budapest

      Budapest Fovaros Sep 12, 2015 at 5:47 AM

      We are wondering which is the least expensive way for my husband and I to be able to use our cell phones or other phones to contact each other while visiting Budapest. We'd also like to be able to have internet access on our phones while there. Any thoughts? Thanks

    • Internet in Budapest

      Budapest Sep 12, 2015 at 5:45 AM

      We are wondering if we are able to access U.S. web sites on the internet in Budapest. Are there government restrictions on sites from outside of the country? Specifically we are wondering if we can live stream CNN on our tablets and access our amazon prime videos etc. Thanks for your help.

    • The mass immigration issue

      Budapest Sep 25, 2015 at 3:43 AM

      What's the current tourist experience like, once you have landed at Budapest Airport, your duration of stay, and getting around Budapest in general?

    • Transportation

      by RubenyShu Online Now May 23, 2014 at 6:56 AM

      Mohacs to Budapest Transportation
      What transportation can we take from Mohacs to Budapest arriving in a Danube River Cruise in the morning.
      How far Is the train station and the ticket price? And time of the trip ?
      Is there a bus service , time and cost of trip?
      Is there a taxi service, time and cost of trip ?

      2 Answers May 23, 2014 at 4:19 PM
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      Why do they use this forest road to get to the Croatian border?

      by Blueskirt Online Now Sep 3, 2004 at 12:00 AM

      My friend and I were in southern Hungary last Friday and in the evening (it was already getting dark) we headed to the Duna-Drava national park, south of Mohacs. We wanted to find a quiet place at Duna. In fact, it was very quiet in the park everywhere, anyway. Except for one small road. Taking into account there weren't many cars even on bigger roads (motoways), it made us wonder were all those cars were driving to. We looked at the map and found out the small road was leading to the Croatian border. We wanted to drive and see what was happening there, but we weren't allowed to drive the rented car outside Hungary, and besides it was getting late. So my quiestion is, was it the illegal way to get to Croatia there? Otherwise, why such a secret path (there are bigger and better roads to Croatia)? The road runs near Kolkod and Erdofu villages to Duna.

      1 Answer Sep 3, 2004 at 2:12 AM