Regions in Hungary
Because of the capital, Budapest, this is the most visited region of the nation.
Siófok, the unofficial summer capital of Lake Balaton, attracts tens of thousands of tourists each year.
This ancient area west of the Danube is one of the country’s most economically prosperous.
Here you may view ancient towns, wine areas, and (cave) spas.
Great Hungarian Plain
This is a vast area with flat to rolling plains that is rather isolated from the rest of the nation. Debrecen may be called the region’s unofficial capital.
Cities in Hungary
- Budapest is one of Europe’s most pleasant and pleasurable towns, with green filled parks, fascinating museums, and a pulsing nightlife.
- Debrecen is Hungary’s second-largest city.
- Gyr has a beautiful baroque city center with numerous cafés, restaurants, shops, and nightclubs.
- Kecskemét, Hungary’s capital, is known for its lively music scene, plum brandy, and Art Nouveau buildings.
- Miskolc — the country’s third biggest city, situated among the Bükk hills, has a unique cave spa in Miskolc-Tapolca.
- Nyiregyháza is a mid-sized city featuring a popular water resort, a museum town, and an annual fall festival.
- Pécs is a lovely cultural hub and academic town.
- Szeged is Hungary’s sunniest city.
- Székesfehérvár is a former royal seat that is now known for its baroque architecture and museums.
Other destinations in Hungary
- Lake Balaton is Hungary’s largest and most important lake, as well as the largest in Central Europe.