Must sees in Hungary
There is plenty to enjoy in Hungary, from amazing wine from cellars carved into the sides of the Valley of The Beautiful Women at Eger to wandering through the biggest open air museum in the country at Szentendre, consisting of five reconstructed villages containing old wooden homes and public buildings.
Southern Hungary has an altogether different atmosphere with Pecs almost feeling like a Mediterranean town, and the waters of the hot springs at Harkany holding the highest sulphuric content in Hungary. The Great Plain has been central to many Hungarian myths and legends, and many poems and songs have been dedicated to it.
The history of the country has had a long-lasting impact on the culture from the Turkish occupation to the impact of WW1 and WW2 and the soviet regime which held until 1989, Hungary is one of Europe's most historical countries.
Make sure to explore more of the country, the Danube river, the River Tisza, the surroundings of Budapest and Debrecen are fantastic to explore on holiday!