Help for those fleeing the war in Ukraine. The Hegyvidék Municipality, led by Deputy Mayor Krisztina Fonti, has established the Hegyvidék Refugee Support Group, which coordinates the donations in cooperation with charities, churches and relevant government agencies. Some of the donations go to the refugees arriving in our district, while the other part goes to those living near the border and in settlements beyond the border. Financial assistance may be sent to the separate account of the municipality: 12001008-00155297-01000002. Anyone who can offer accommodation or is looking for accommodation for refugees can apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. About the location and methods of fundraising, you can contact the colleagues of the municipality at email@example.com e-mail address, or call the toll-free numbers 06-80/630-102, 06-30/644-6278, 06-30/630-9749 and 06-30/630-9673 every day from 8 am to 6 pm.
The epidemiological restrictions are over. Nearing the end of the fifth wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the Hungarian government lifted the obligation to wear masks from 7 March. The regulations for the use of the immunity certificate will be removed, as well as the rule that ensured that employers make the coronavirus vaccination mandatory, except the health and social sectors.
Time-based tickets have arrived. Public transport users in the capital can already travel with time-based tickets of 30 and 90 minutes, the price of which is HUF 530 and HUF 750. With the new types of tickets available in the BudapestGO application, you can transfer several times and use them for both directions. With time-based tickets, all journeys started within the validity period can be completed within Budapest, even if it takes longer than 30 or 90 minutes. The ticket must be validated by code scanning upon boarding the vehicle or entering the metro area.
New electric buses on Budakeszi Road. The first ten buses of the 100 Mercedes-Benz eCitaros ordered by Volánbusz Zrt. were put into operation and in Schedule. The new electric buses run mainly between Széll Kálmán square and Budakeszi, on lines 22, 22A and 222.
A public dressing room opened at Normafa. The public dressing room can now be used on the -1 level of the Normafa Park Visitor Centre, where athletes can change in comfortable conditions. Clothes can be placed in lockable cabinets; showers are also available. Opening hours: daily from 9 am to 5 pm. A key can be rented for lockers at the visitor center information desk. Daily rental is free for disabled people.
Movies in English. In CinemaMOM (53 Alkotás St.) crime thriller Death on the Nile, based on the novel of the same title by Agatha Christie, and the superhero film Batman can also be seen in English (with Hungarian subtitle). The SEOUL concert of the pop band BTS will be broadcast live on March 12 from 19:45, which will be repeated in the cinema from 13.45 the same day.
Masters of illusion. Famous magicians and the best illusionists of the country will perform together in a brand new show on the stage of MOMkult (18 Csörsz St). The spectacular production can be viewed at a total of sixteen times between March 18-27.
Bach for big and small. As part of the Bach For All Festival, on 20 March, from 11 am, seven artists will present the wonderful music of Johann Sebastian Bach to children and their families in their own art. Admission to the program of the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon (2 Törpe St.) is free of charge, but registration is required.