Hungary Travel Guide
At the crossroads of Central Europe, Hungary has a wealth of cultural and geographic splendors on offer to visitors. Immerse yourself in beautiful, bustling Budapest with its grand old boulevards, age-old baths, and celebrated views. Take in the dramatic hills and historic towns and villages of the Danube. Soak in the sun at Central Europe's largest body of water, Lake Balaton. Dine on traditional, spicy fare at a thatchedroof csarda (inn) on the sweeping Great Plain, with its almost eerie natural splendors. Explore sumptuous smaller towns like Pecs or Eger, Sopron or Szeged, Kecskemet or Debrecen, each with an appeal all its own. And, by all means, imbibe in Hungary's world-class wine regions such as that of Tokaj.
Cities in Hungary
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