The Puszta & Lake Tisza

You have to get up early to explore both Lake Tisza and hortobágy on one single day, but why not! Nature calls!

Palace of Gödöllő & Lázár Equestrian Park

Head northeast from the city and visit the Palace of Gödöllő and its breathtaking garden. If you go a little further, you may see a real Hungarian horse show at Lázár Equestrian Park.

Lake Balaton & Tihany

100 km from Budapest, you will find Hungary's largest lake surrounded by many fabulous little towns, hills, wineries and beaches.

The Danube Bend

Travel north from Budapest along the Danube to find beautiful panoramas and wonderful architecture where the old river turns south.

Szentendre & Skanzen

North from the capital you will find the lovely village of Szentendre and the ethnographic museum of the real village life of the Hungarians.
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Historical town of Eger

Eger is beloved because it is very rich in historic sites. And not just the number of sights is impressive, but the diversity of them. The Castle, minaret, underground town, basilica and that's just the tip of the iceberg!

Village of Hollókő

Hollókő is a traditional Hungarian village. Titled many times as the most beautiful village in the country and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.

Castles and Magical Places

Hungary is blessed with a great wealth of castles, palaces and stately homes. Here we present four of the country's most popular sights, all within a short drive of the capital city, Budapest.

Szeged

Looking for an excursion that offers gastronomic delights, cultural treats and recreation opportunities? Discover the third largest city of Hungary, the picturesque town of Szeged, just 170 km south of Budapest.

Balaton in the off-season

As soon as school bells ring to mark the end of the summer season, the villages and towns around Lake Balaton are transformed back into attractive lakeside settlements, each with their own story to tell and wonders to explore.
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