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Hungary and Regions

Eleven Centuries in the Heart of Europe

This is the country

  • which boasts one of the world's most beautiful capital cities: Budapest, the "Pearl of the Danube", whose wonderful panorama is on UNESCO's World Heritage list,
  • where, despite repeated historical disasters which devastated both the people and their heritage, much remains of great value that is worth visiting and getting to know,
  • where 2000-year-old Roman ruins and 400-year-old Turkish monuments can be found side-by-side, not to mention beautiful churches from the Romanesque period in Ják, Lébényszentmiklós, and Pannonhalma, or one-time stately castles in Eger, Sümeg, and Siklós,
  • where magnificent palaces functioning as hotels await tourists in Szirák, Seregélyes, and Nagycenk, to mention only the most famous,
  • where Lake Balaton is located, Central Europe's largest lake, providing a natural paradise for families with small children,
  • where hundreds of therapeutic mineral springs gush up from the depths, helping many thousands to recover their health,
  • where the rich Hungarian folk art and the horse shows which introduce the lifestyle and traditions of the "puszta" (Great Hungarian Plain) attract tens of thousands.
  • And there's something else that keeps bringing visitors back to us - the legendary Hungarian hospitality.


Budapesti panoráma

Someone fall in love in the first time, someone need time to be a fan, but everybody agree with the fact which tells this is the city with a most beautiful position . The huge river of Danube cuts it into two and divides it into hilly Buda and the flatland Pest. The panorama which on the banks of the Danube, and Budapest avenue, Andrássy street isin mind as the part of the world heritage by UNESCO


Eger is one of the most wonderful baroque towns in Hungary. It can boast a 1000-year-old bishop's seat (it is an archdiocese today), a glorious past and valuable groups of monuments.
Észak magyarországi vízesésThe second largest church in Hungary is the classicist Archbishop's Cathedral (Eszterhazy Square). It has the country's biggest organ. On the first floor of the late-baroque Lyceum - a teachers college today - we can find one of the most famous libraries in the country, with ornamental carvings and wonderful ceiling-frescos. The Main Bishopric Library has 130,000 volumes, including the first book printed in Hungary (in 1473), and a letter written by Mozart. In the tower we can find the country's first astronomical museum, the Spekula Observatory.
The most interesting device in this state-of-the-art (in 1776) observatory is the camera obscura, which projects a live image of the town on a white board in a darkened room on the uppermost floor of the Lyceum tower.

If we stop at the highest peak of Hungary, at the 1014-meter high Kékesteto and we look down on the land below us, we can see a wonderful view. Mountain peaks covered with forests line up as far as the horizon and basins eroded by rivers lie among them. We seem to see rows of wine-plants on the gentle slopes and the steeples glimmering through the distance indicate the workmanship of men. We rightly feel: Every step brings new experience!


Puszta and Lake Tisza

Almost everyone knows of it, but yet so few actually know it. The Alföld has given us such everyday terms such as puszta, paprika, csárda, and csikós, but only those understand their real meaning are those who visit this special place. al
The Alföld is a place of legends, and legendary sights. The bird nature reserves its two counties contain, theHortobágy and the Tisza lake, have made it onto the UNESCO world heritage list. Three national parks can be found within its boarders. Other sights include Europe's largest fruit producer, one of the Greek Catholic faith's oldest sites, Central Europe's biggest windmill, the plain's only medieval stone castle, Hungary's oldest railway station, and the world's second largest panorama painting.

The norther-region shows a thousand face to the guest who come to discover this place . Many-many natural, architectural, cultural bead, and treasures which only relevaing to this area: the sunburned plain barren, the beautiful wooded, parked areas and the misteriously whispering rivers could abul drop, as the medicinal water of the Northern Great Plain baths providing a refreshment, or the churches of Szatmár-Bereg with intimate mood quoting the bygone ...

Hortobagyi gemeskut

The Alföld is bordered on the west by the Danube, and in the east by the Tisza. Hungary's second largest river has a different life to its nearest neighbour, the Danube. The Tisza has very little commercial boat traffic, but many touring boats. It has few bridges, but many ferries, in fact in 11 places simple boats provide a crossing. Just like in the olden days. You only have to stand on its banks once to understand why its been known for centuries as the fair or "blonde" Tisza. The very fine, almost unnoticeable sand grains floating in it give it its golden color. For its entire Hungarian length, these fine grains or fine pebbles transform its edges into a many a fine beach.

The wide puszta of the South-Great-Plain, the rivers, the lakes, the bicycle paths, national parks and sporttt facilities expects the fans of active resting. The yells of herdsmen, the crackling of whips,clamoring gallop of the stud enchants every visitor. At the equestrian farmsteads the masters expect the guests with impressive horse shows, native animals, driving shows, foods prepared in cauldron, on open fire or in oven, vines of the Great Plain and palinka [Hungarian brandy].

We cordially recommend flying on hot air balloon, hang gliding, the several days' coach-tours, riding tours to the fans of special pastimes.


Pannonia - Southern region

Nestling tiny villages preserve their rich traditions feared for in the lap of the hill tops. alWe can say,as many house as many tradicions, hiszen because all smaller regions, all settlements cultivate other and other traditions. The illustrious places of the landscape,the cities abounding in the ancient monuments, artistic and cultural programs waited for the travellers with open gates who hungry the memories of millennia, or the coloured daily sparkling. An's historical memorial places, his museums, his mediaeval castles and in historic parks his lurking castles become "tangible" and understandable our our stormy and rich history. tt

To be on holiday on Pannonia more present, than plain recreation. Provides an opportunity for the direct contacting with the nature, and withthe countryman living near the nature. Give opportunity for a friendly talk during the tasting of the host's wine.Who onto laid table, good wine, desires a good word, a friend visit Pannonia on the best place.




paThe region can be found from Budapest to the west and to the north from the Balaton. Here everything which can be found what may make the touring, a holiday diverse: "royal towns ", romantic highlands, shallow watered lake, onto a walk seducer gardens, famous porcellain for collector and for those who want to find gifts. Untouched forests, between spacious plains and hills with a soft curve the diverse landscape of nestling valleys from Balaton to the south; the area bordered by Danube and the noon boundary river, Dráva. Pannonia was a noon part of the former Roman province where the Christian cemetery of Pécs is declared the part of the world heritage by UNESCO. The area whit it's pleasant climate and clear air with the beauties of nature and historical memories brings you onto a hiking seducer


balLake Balaton covers an area of 598sq.km (230sq.mi.), making it the largest inland lake in Central Europe, and together with its surrounding countryside it has become Hungary's major tourist region. It lies west of the Danube between the hilly region and the Bakony Forest, about 95-190km (60-120mi.) southwest of Budapest. The many opportunities for bathing and leisure pursuits, areas of natural beauty and places of interest all serve to attract more than 600,000 holidaymakers to the region every year. The name "Balaton" comes from the Slavonic word "blatno", meaning marsh or moor. Characteristics Measuring 77km (48mi.) in length and up to 14km (9mi.) in width, and fed mainly with water from the Zala river and the karst springs in the Tapolca region, the lake was formed at the end of the Pleistocene period, some 20,000-22,000 years ago, as the result of structural sinking of the earth's crust. With an average depth of 3-4m (10-13ft), the bed of the lake is comparatively flat (measuring only 12.4m (41ft) at its deepest point, near the Tihany peninsula, in the Tihany Spring), has dried out completely twice during its existence, mainly because of the relatively small amount of water it contains, i.e. approximately 1.8 billion cu.m (2.35 billion cu.yds) Being so shallow the water in the lake warms up very quickly; as early as May it reaches a temperature of 15°C (59°F) and does not fall below that level until late autumn. In the summer months the average temperature is over 20°C (68°F) and quite often will reach 27°C (81°F), especially near the flat south bank. When the lake freezes over, as it usually does in winter, it provides excellent opportunities for ice-sailing and skating.

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