Delicious Food & Local Wines
Hungarian culture is deep-rooted in its culinary traditions. The best example is a piping hot bowl of Goulash, a hearty stew packed with meat and vegetables.
Goulash can trace its origins back thousands of years to a soup made by Hungarian shepherds. It is just one of Hungary’s nationally prized dishes.
It’s easy to find a locally grown wine to pair with your meal, as Hungary boasts seven wine-growing regions.
The many vineyards offer tours complete with tastings, making Hungary an appealing destination for wine enthusiasts and couples.
Culture in Budapest (including folk culture)
Budapest is a hub of culture and offers all the amenities of a European capital city with the charm of a small town.
Chic pubs and trendy stores dot the streets of this architectural wonderland.
Everyone is sure to find something of interest.
Hungary’s rich folk culture is still going strong, too, with many museums and local artisans keeping craft techniques passed down through the generations alive.
Hungary is a top destination for budget travelers, with Budapest ranking among Europe’s most budget-friendly holiday destinations.
Popular among college students and backpackers for this reason, Hungary’s capital city offers a wide range of economical eats and even free admission to some attractions, such as the Fisherman’s Bastion, a scenic viewing terrace in the Buda Castle.
Filled with beautiful nature
The Hungarian countryside is a picturesque postcard with rolling hills and idyllic farmhouses.
Hortobágy National Park in eastern Hungary is a World Heritage Site located in a steppe environment.
Habitat to cattle, sheep, horses, and a few hundred species of birds, unspoiled expenses like these are Hungary’s claim to fame among nature lovers.
In summer, Lake Balaton opens its waters to those wanting to soak in the sun or participate in water sports.
The largest lake in the region, Balaton, is just a short drive from the nearby vineyards.
Because of its size, it offers a little something for everybody; the north shore provides a quiet family getaway, while the south shore is more well-known for its nightlife.
Hungary draws in thousands of visitors yearly with its thermal waters, and various thermal spas are located throughout the country.
Besides providing bathers with a relaxing dip, thermal baths also possess numerous health benefits.
They can minimize muscular pains, improve metabolism, and reduce stress, not to mention all those essential minerals!
Baths can be found in all locales, from Budapest’s City Park (Széchenyi Baths) to the world’s second-largest thermal lake in a volcanic crater (Hévíz Thermal Lake).
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