The grand boulevards of Budapest resound with the clatter of Irish voices as cheap, direct flights and low property prices lure investors east.
For most, Hungary is a land of castles, sweet wines and fine cakes, but once upon a time, large portions of this country were ours – or at least our Celtic forefathers.
Long before the Magyars seized Hungary in 896 AD, most of the Hungarian wine-producing regions were Celtic territories.
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