Come and embark on the most historic city in Europe! Famous for its historical heritage, its seaside activity, its gastronomy, its folklore and its landscapes. Your trip will be unforgettable.
Famous with its lake, the largest in Héviz, it has been a spa for hundreds of years. It is known for its healing, relaxing and rheumatic effects, which makes it an ideal destination. Nearby, you will find various leisure activities: saunas, restaurants and various treatments.
A historic town, you can learn more about the Hongire by visiting it. Known for its production of red paprika and its Richelieu embroidery. You will have at will a tasting and workshops to test to become a true Hungarian.
Szeged is a radiant city remarkable for its architecture. Szeged is one of the main Hungarian cities with a rich cultural heritage. You will have the chance to admire its palaces, squares and stroll through the charming alleys. As for its nightlife, it will not fail to surprise you with its cinemas, its concert halls. You will enjoy tasting its culinary specialties.
It is a nice place to go for a walk in nature. You should visit the Visegard fortress to admire the sumptuous landscape. It is a purely historical town. So if you like history, go for it!
Seen from above you will watch the magnificent Danube River flowing by, also of impressive beauty. You will be able to enjoy its richness in monuments. Don’t even think about it too much anymore, leave your bags there!
Would you like to take a wonderful break from the daily train, enjoy the sweetness and quality of life in the countryside? Then, without further ado, join Hollókö. You will have a great time enjoying its beautiful landscapes and visiting its historical sites. Hollókö is divided into two parts: a modern part and a particularly rural part. You won’t have a hard time getting used to it!
The beautiful city of Eger is worth a visit for its many historical sites. Moreover, you will be able to treat yourself to moments of relaxation in the Turkish baths. Two hours will be enough to relax!
Budapest is very often considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. At the top of the hill is the Budapest Citadel. From there we have a great view of Buda and Pest. Go there at the end of the day to admire the sunset! Our best advice? Pack a picnic lunch and sit at one of the many viewpoints on the way up.
Wine lover, this is where you come! You’ll have plenty of acres of wine at your disposal between two vineyards. The city is located at the confluence of the rivers Tisza and Bodrog.
Very close to the Austrian border, Sopron is often referred to as “little Prague”. In the city center, you will admire the baroque buildings whose facades are the central place in historical sites – the town hall, the lantern tower, the church or the Gambrinus house. You can visit to know a little more about the city. And a few hundred meters from the city walls are also to walk.
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