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LYONESS.TV | 2013-02-26
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Pearl of the River Danube – Budapest as a magnet for tourism
Straddling the beautiful River Danube is Budapest, which is also enchantingly known as the ‘Paris of the East’. World cultural heritage, spa paradise and ‘ruin pubs’ – just a few reasons to make sure not to miss out on a visit to this metropolis on the Danube.
Hungarian Tourist Office
Széchenyi health spa
Szegedi Halászcsárda restaurant
“Simpla-Kert” ruin pub
Excursion to the Tropicarium – up close with sea creatures and tropical animals
Milling around in the more than 3000 square metres of Budapest’s Tropicarium are countless sea creatures and tropical animals. Lyoness.TV has also taken a look behind the scenes at this unusual zoo.
Lyoness International Tour – Vancouver: Since the autumn of 2010, Lyoness has also been active in Canada and collaborating with around 200 partner enterprises.
Douglas – With the Douglas online shop, you can make your life more beautiful through cosmetic products with ease – now from the comfort of your home too.
Lyoness Shopping Treasure Competition – Every second Tuesday of the month sees the Lyoness Shopping Treasure competition monthly prize draw, where the winners are announced. The prize competition will run till September 2013.
This Lyoness.TV Talk features Andreas Molnár, a member of Graz City Council with close personal and professional ties to Hungary. He talks about Hungary’s economic development, offers travel tips for Budapest and provides a brief overview of Hungary’s culinary landscape.
Sweet temptation – tracking down Hungary’s sweet tooth
The well-known Esterházy cake is one of many delicacies prized by connoisseurs of Hungarian cuisine. We visited a family business that has been crafting popular Hungarian bakery products and desserts for decades.
Cashy has also travelled through Hungary and sampled its hot and spicy dishes.