Hungary Travel Guide

Hungary is Europe at its most exotic. And great value too…

In a country that is over 1000 years old, Hungary evokes a strong sense of tradition and history at every turn. Major cities, towns and villages hold on to their traditions like religion making Hungary a fine destination to explore ancient attractions displaying unique influences of different cultures associated with its rich history. The countryside is also a great place to witness the natural beauty of mountains, rivers, lakes and lush valleys.

Budapest is a must visit destination in Hungary and has a variety of fascinating attractions including Chain Bridge, the Buda Castle, Heroes Square, Andrassy Street and Gillert Hill. For a cultural experience the State Opera House is the perfect destination, in fact it is one of the best in the world. Budapest also has a variety of historic attractions too and has a vibrant nightlife. The daily routine of life may drain you, however Hungary has a way of soothing you with its variety of natural thermal springs where you can refresh and relax. Lake Balaton is the largest lake in Central Europe and attracts both the young and the old; it is a paradise for fun activities and a major highlight of every Hungarian trip. You can enjoy activities such as swimming, exploring caves, fishing and sight seeing. It is a paradise to get away from the hustle and the bustle of the city and relax in the tranquil atmosphere.

Hungary is not the cheapest destination in Eastern Europe but it offers great value for your money with its amazing sites, whether you want to soak up the culture or relax in a natural thermal spring, it never disappoints.