A group of tourists in Budapest, Hungary, were left in awe on Saturday evening when folk singer Andrea Gerák surprised them with a Hungarian rendition of ‘Calon Lân’ in honour of St David’s Day. Admiring the view from the city’s iconic Fisherman’s Bastion, Ms. Gerák performed the first part of the song in Hungarian, before she switched to WelshContinue reading “Budapest tourists in awe after hearing ‘Calon Lân’ performed in Hungarian”
A popular café in central Budapest, Hungary, surprised guests with a new name, Welsh pop music and a bilingual drinks menu on Friday 7th February 2020. The special night marked the fifth annual Dydd Miwsig Cymru (Welsh Language Music Day), which honours all forms of Welsh language music – indie, rock, punk, funk, folk, electronica,Continue reading “Budapest café goes Welsh for a day”
Tomorrow night, Wales takes on Hungary for the historic Euro 2020 qualifier we’ve all been waiting for. While you probably know a thing or two about our rivals, there are a few common traits between our two nations that might take you by surprise!
No matter the result, here are five things we can celebrate together with our Hungarian friends, with a nod to our common interests and the quirky things that bring us closer than ever on this exciting day.