Budapest - TEFL Course
Budapest has always been known as a city of entertainment, famous for its hospitality as well as its colorful outlook. During the 19th century it was a natural magnet for Europeans to travel far and wide who wanted to savor and luxuriate in all it had to offer.
Attracted as they were to the buzzing atmospheres in the nightclubs, where spirited interpretations of the 'csárdás' and the cancan were danced. Nowhere else could fiddlers move your very soul with the renditions of the popular music of the time.
The casinos would be privy to staggering losses, waved away by the glitterati of the day, sipping daintily from exquisitely cut glasses, the beautiful crisp champagnes and fine wines exclusive to the vineyards of Hungary. They would gather together and take over the glittering society balls, immersing themselves in the libertine delights on offer.
Half a century of communist rule dampened the exteria but not the soul. By the time 1990 came round Budapest was ready to embrace all that Europe had to offer and blend it with their own unique style. The music scene is flourishing as are the theatres, cabarets etc. The cinemas offer phenomenal viewing with awesome sound systems. Like a phoenix from the ashes, Hungary has risen to show its true abilities in an array of fantastic colours.
To indulge all of the nectareous flavours available, it essential to spend time looking for the unexpected. One will find awesome atmospheres in the smaller eating and drinking establishments, it offers timeless Hungarian culture with exquisite wines and mouthwatering dishes to titilate any taste buds. All of this at the sorts of prices only usually found in dreams!
Take time to visit the new shopping malls, all of which offer the most well known designer labels as well as little known local designers of equal talent and ability. Wait a while and have items such as clothes, shoes made for you at seriously attractive prices still representing some of the cities most luxuriant bargains. Rummaging deep in the colourful markets will throw up fantastic possibilities, from bric-a-brac to furniture to antiques; Don't forget to visit the stunning food halls. In short, Budapest will give you state of the art 21st Century experiences & still be able to weave its ancient magic should you open your arms to embrace it.
As for the historians amongst you, there is enough history and architecture to keep even the most intrepid explorer busy for weeks on end.
Coming to Budapest on the Via Lingua teaching course will give you a qualification and the chance to experience a culture that really knows how to cater for its visitors . One final point, not only is one welcomed with open arms but the rate of exchange makes any purchases even more attractive. All this whilst learning a craft that gives you a guarenteed income stream.