On the way to our honeymoon in France, he addressed the Council of Europe meeting in Budapest.
However, when the communists regained control, Mindszenty sought asylum at the U.S. embassy in Budapest.
For Tony Revolori, the unknown kid who steals the show in The Grand Budapest Hotel, the choice was easy.
Take, for example, the Hungarian anti-Semite I met on Sunday in a Budapest pub.
This way he pulled scores from the death marches, and speeded them back to Budapest.
Budapest is no longer merely the name of a city; henceforth it is a new and shining symbol of man's yearning to be free.
Budapest is the great focal point of Hungarian railways and commerce.
And the Budapest police will explain to headquarters at Vienna if I do not return at once.
Mrs. Gerard has just returned from a week in Budapest with her sister.
In 1876 the Budapest model school was completed; in 1878 it was turned over to a woman superintendent, Mrs. v. Janisch.
Hungarian capital, formed 1872 from merger of two cities on opposite shores of the Danube, Buda (probably from a word originally meaning "water") + Pest, a Hungarian word meaning "furnace, oven, cove," also in Slavic (cf. Russian pech'). Cf. Ofen, literally "oven," the old German name for the place.
mid-15c., probably literally "land of the Huns," who ruled a vast territory from there under Attila in the Dark Ages; from Medieval Latin Hungaria, from Medieval Greek Oungroi, the name applied to the people whose name for themselves we transliterate as Magyars. Also related are French Hongrie, German Ungarn, Russian Vengriya, Ukr. Ugorshchina, but the Turkish name for the country, Macaristan, reflects the indigenous name.
Republic in central Europe, bordered by the former Czechoslovakia to the north, Ukraine to the northeast, Romania to the east and south, Yugoslavia and Croatia to the south, and Slovenia and Austria to the west. Its capital and largest city is Budapest.
Note: Hungary is a former Eastern Bloc country.
Note: The Austro-Hungarian Empire, in which Austria and Hungary were equal partners, was established in 1867 and collapsed in World War I.
Note: Soviet troops invaded Hungary in 1956 to put down a revolution against the communist government.
Note: Hungary held multiparty free elections in October 1990, ending forty-two years of communist rule. In 1999, it joined NATO.