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5 stylish gifts from Budapest

Souvenirs have a very significant role in our lives: these objects, which we take home from the visited cities remind us of special moments, moods and tastes – often many years long. As a present they show characteristic details to our beloved ones who stayed at home, so this way they can be part of the new experiences.

Cinq Filles Budapest’s city gifts are stylish and elegant, and the hand-made, high quality surprises in them are memorable and represent the essence of the given city. The boxes, which contain the gifts are souvenirs themselves: their wonderful colours and shapes are unique, but timeless at the same time. Thanks to that they can be useful decorations in any kinds of enterieurs, making travellers’ and their beloved one’s lives full of joy.


Random Artworks is a Budapest-based company creating design gifts, home and fashion accessories, and other objects. B P  – Budapest Like collection uses the imagery of the Instagram generation by using the city’s initials and a heart icon only, to tell how much we love Budapest! Budapest Graphic Guide is a series of illustrations originally designed on assignment by Cicada Books (London) and depicting the city’s map inspired by the style of master constructivist artists László Moholy-Nagy and Lajos Kassák. The popular collection has now received a facelift and is available as t-shirts and a postcard set.

Design: David Barath Design. For prices and sales points please contact info@randomartworks.com!

WonderLAB concept is a designer community and place where you can buy everything at designer price. The shop is home to over 30 young and talented designers, where you can meet their work, brands and the designers in person, which provides for a unique shopping experience.


Vanda Ferencz is the designer behind these instantly recognisable, geometric earrings that are bent using a special technique, had worked together with the greatest Hungarian fashion brands for years, designing for the likes of Nanushka and Use Unused. Her portfolio includes permanent and seasonal collections. The Geometry of Colours collection comprises of pieces with coloured fibreglass front and geometrically bent metal back, which, in addition to the basic colours, have been available in unique, personalised colours as well for a while now, so they harmonise perfectly with a favourite piece of clothing or other accessories. The new talcum, coffee, nude, maroon and dark green variations will be available from December, while the metallic variations are already available in rosé gold. The more modest, smaller stud earrings – perfect for everyday wear – will be also be rolled out in the winter season.

Bortársaság used to be known as the Budapest Wine Society. It has 6 retail outlets and has an exceptional selection of Hungarian wines. The people working there are true experts on the subject of Hungarian Wines.
Their offer ranges from wines (Hungarian, imported, sparkling), Pálinka (fruit brandy) and spirits to glassware, accessories and delicacies. For those who want to know more before arriving at Bortársaság, their website already provides a top 12 of their wines with detailed information on the history of the wine, the flavours and aromas.

Cover photo: Pixabay, photos: from the shop’s Facebook site

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