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Things To Do in Hungary

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Birdwatching Hungary is a great location for a birding vacation. The puszta consists of forested slopes, extensive fish pond systems, and grasslands. The Kiskunsag and Hortobagy National Parks, as well as the Aggtelek, Bukk, and Zemplen Hills, are particularly beautiful.

Riding a horse Hungary is an excellent nation for horseback riding due to its vast open landscape and ancient equestrian traditions. The south’s wide open plains and the north’s wooded hills provide a variety of riding terrain.

Baths

Hungary is rich in thermal waters, with over 1000 thermal springs, many of which have been converted into baths and spas. The most well-known are Budapest’s Szechenyi baths. However, there are hundreds of separate baths located across the nation. Some good examples are the Miskolc-Tapolca cave baths and the Egerszalók spa.

How To Travel To Hungary

By plane Liszt Ferenc Airport in Budapest, Airport Debrecen in Debrecen, and FlyBalaton Airport in Sármellék are Hungary's international airports. Malév (Hungarian Airlines), Hungary's flag airline, was decommissioned in early 2012. There are many low-cost carriers that fly to Budapest, including Ryanair, Wizzair, Easyjet, Eurowings, and Airberlin. By train With regular trains...

How To Travel Around Hungary

By plane There are currently no regular domestic flights in Hungary. Due to Budapest's central location and the fact that almost every place in the nation can be reached in three hours by rail or bus, there is no demand for scheduled domestic flights. People with a valid pilot's license, on...

Visa & Passport Requirements for Hungary

Hungary is a signatory to the Schengen Agreement. Border restrictions are usually not required between nations that have signed and implemented the pact. This covers the majority of the European Union as well as a few additional nations.Before boarding foreign planes or boats, passengers' identities are typically checked. Temporary border...

Destinations in Hungary

Regions in Hungary Central HungaryBecause of the capital, Budapest, this is the most visited region of the nation. Lake BalatonSiófok, the unofficial summer capital of Lake Balaton, attracts tens of thousands of tourists each year. TransdanubiaThis ancient area west of the Danube is one of the country's most economically prosperous. Northern HungaryHere you...

Accommodation & Hotels in Hungary

Hostels The cost varies a lot. Expect to spend between €6 and €10 for the lowest accommodation in a youth hostel in Budapest, although the average cost in a hostel is €20-22 per person. Farmhouses In Hungary, village tourism is popular and well-developed, and it may be a memorable experience. 1Hungary ,...

Things To See in Hungary

Hungary is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Danube Banks, the Buda Castle Quarter, and Andrássy Avenue are all part of Budapest.Hollók's Old Village and its SurroundingsBeautiful caverns with dripstones and stalagmites at Aggtelek National Park.Pannonhalma's Millenary Benedictine Abbey and its Natural EnvironmentNational Park of Hortobágy...

Money & Shopping in Hungary

Money Hungarian currency is denoted by the Forint, abbreviated HUF or Ft. Bills are available in quantities of HUF20,000, 10,000, 5,000, 2,000, 1,000, and 500; coins are available in values of HUF200 (two coloured, equivalent to €1), 100 (two coloured, similar to €2), 50, 20, 10, and 5. Most hotels, as...

Festivals & Holidays in Hungary

Public holidays DateEnglish nameLocal nameRemarks1 JanuaryNew Year's DayÚjévAccording to legend, eating lentil soup on this day makes people wealthy, rolling out strudel dough ensures long life, and eating poultry causes luck to "fly away."15 MarchNational DayNemzeti ünnepDay of Remembrance for the 1848 Revolution (which aimed the independence of the Hungarian...

Traditions & Customs in Hungary

Many Hungarians still have mixed feelings about the 1956 Revolution. You should avoid any discussion of the Treaty of Trianon (1920) since the Hungarians may be quite sensitive to it. The open exhibition of the Communist red star and hammer and sickle emblem, the Nazi swastika and SS insignia, and...

Language & Phrasebook in Hungary

Hungarian A road sign in both the current (Roman) and ancient Hungarian scripts welcomes visitors to the town of Vonyarcvashegy near Keszthely—the latter of which, also known as rovásrás or "Hungarian runes," is only used ceremonially or as a symbol of national pride. Hungarians are justifiably proud of their language, which...

Culture Of Hungary

Architecture Hungary is home to Europe's largest synagogue (Great Synagogue), which was completed in 1859 in Moorish Revival style with a capacity of 3000 people, Europe's largest medicinal bath (Széchenyi Medicinal Bath), which was completed in 1913 in Modern Renaissance Style and is located in the City park, Hungary's largest...

Stay Safe & Healthy in Hungary

Stay Safe in Hungary Hungary is a fairly safe nation in general. Petty crime, in particular, continues to be a problem, as it does in any other nation. On public transportation, keep an eye on your belongings and pockets. Pickpockets are a real threat. Thieves often target passports, cash, and credit...

Food & Drinks in Hungary

Food in Hungary Menu prices for main meals are typically 2000 - 4000 HUF in touristic areas of Budapest, and 1500 - 2200 HUF outside of the city, or in towns such as Eger and Szentendre. A two-course lunch with a soft drink costs between 1500 and 8000 HUF per person...

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