The best way to survive the hot summer weather in Hungary is to visit Lake Balaton. Lake Balaton is one of the most family-friendly places in the country. On the south shore the water is not deep, so children can play in the shallow waters. On the North Shore, the water is deep as you can not feel the bottom within a few steps. But the most important thing is to have fun, get a nice tan and freshen up in the water. In this article you will definitely find a place, where you can survive the hot summer days’ of Hungary. Read more The best beaches by the Lake Balaton ›
Gyula is located in the Great Hungarian Plain up on the River Fehér-Körös, 235 km (146 mi) southeast from Budapest and 5 km (3 mi) from the border with Romania. Békéscsaba-Gyula-Kötegyán railway line and Highway 44 also cross the town. Highway 44 is a four-lane expressway between Gyula and the county seat Békéscsaba. Gyula is a good place for nature lovers, people who love history and of course for the people who love to swim in thermal water.
Spring is coming. It is getting closer day by day and believe us Hungary is even more beautiful in spring-time. In this article you can read about a few parks where you can take a lovely promenade across the flowery fields. Read more A promenade in Spring ›
Christmas is one of the best times of the year. But the Advent season is even better if you are in Budapest. The smell of mulled wine and burning wood fills out the streets. Flash-mobs can happen anywhere in a minute and the magic is everywhere.
Here is our top 10 things to do during Christmas time in Budapest.
Summer is coming slowly. As the days are getting warmer, time to start planning for some outdoor trips. Within a few hours drive, you can find some beautiful places to visit. Let’s start with Zakopane in Poland!
Nestled in a valley in the Cserhát hills, the village of Hollókő is one of the wonders of Hungary and a must see. It is the only entire village so far that is listed on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.