Football in Hungary

Football is the most popular sport in Hungary. The Hungarian Football Federation is the highest body of professional football in Hungary and was founded in 1901. The Hungarian national team has played numerous international tournaments, including the first football tournament in the Olympic Games (...) More

Szusza Ferenc Stadion

Szusza Ferenc Stadion (formerly known as Megyeri úti Stadion or simply Megyeri út) is a football stadium in Újpest and the home of Újpest FC. The stadium was designed by Alfréd Hajós and opened on 17 September 1922. The stadium was renovated in 2000-01; its capacity is 14,817.http://stadiumdb (...) More

2014 UEFA European Under-19 Championship

Distance: 0.01 km

The 2014 UEFA European Under-19 Championship was the 13th edition of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship since its reclassification from an under-18 event in 2002, and the 63rd since the tournament was created in 1948 (...) More

Újpest Synagogue

Distance: 1.42 km

The Újpest Synagogue is a Neolog Judaism synagogue in Újpest (New Pest), a district of Budapest, Hungary. The Romantic-style edifice was built in 1866 and holds 1,000 seats. Rabbi Sander Rosenberg from Arad officiated at the opening ceremony (...) More

Római Part (Roman Beach)

Distance: 1.58 km

The Római Part (also referred to as Római-Part; common English translations: Roman Beach, Roman Coast, or Roman Riverbank) is a riverside beach in the capital of Hungary, Budapest. It is located at an approximately 5 kilometers long stretch along the Danube riverside of the city's North-Western 3rd (...) More