Hungary has only recently been re-discovered as one of Europe's treasuries of architecture and design. A voyage into the homes and countryside of this exotic European state, "Living in Hungary" opens in Budapest, where the inhabitants of Buda and Pest unwind in elegant caf??? s or bathhouses. Beyond the capital, a Danube cruise leads into the magyar provinces, Hungary's wine-producing regions, such as Tokaj, and glorious palaces and castles tucked away in the country's baroque heart. The 18-page Insider's Guide at the end ...

Living in Hungary 1994, Flammarion-Pere Castor, Paris, France

ISBN-13: 9782080111432

English edition