The Visegrád Post is an internet site offering information, interviews, political comment and insight into the countries of Central Europe and notably those of the Visegrád Group (Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic).
The editor-in-chief, founder and sole owner, François Lavallou (Ferenc Almássy) is a Franco-Hungarian journalist that has been living in Hungary since 2010. Wanting to raise awareness, as well as provide a more accurate picture, of Central Europe and the Visegrád Group to the wider world, François decided to create the Visegrád Post in 2015. The site went online on 31 March 2016, Initially, it was in both French and English before being expanded on 31 March 2018 to include German.
The Visegrád Post defines itself has having conservative and Christian opinions and representing the view point of Central Europeans.
The Visegrád Post is funded by its donors and doesn’t operate a subscription-based system, nor does it generate wealth via advertising.
The Visegrád Post has received financial aid in 2019-2020 in the form of an NKA grant of 4 million HUF.