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Hungary is located in the Central of Europe; the population is around 10 million, and the 20% of the population lives in Budapest, the capital and the largest city of Hungary, embracing the two sides of the river Danube.
Budapest is made up of Buda and Pest. Buda is built on a hill, on the western bank of the river and forms the historical part of the city. Pest stands on a plain and it’s more businesslike with its shops and boulevards.
Budapest attractions: historical places, castles, nature, lakes, architectural buildings, boat trip, etc.
Places that you must to visit
This wonderful country brims with culture and natural beauty. Budapest is one of the finest capitals in the world and a must for culture lovers. Lake Balaton - Europe's largest freshwater lake, awaits those after an outdoor break and there are also numerous nature conservation areas through the country. If you seek rest and rejuvenation, head for one of our many Thermal Spas, famous for their natural healing Spring water.
We are inviting you to take a tour and learn more about Hungary's history, culture and way of life.
The Hungarian Parliament Building is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, one of Europe's oldest legislative buildings, a notable landmark of Hungary and a popular tourist destination of Budapest.
One of the most visiting places is the Visegrád means “the upper castle” is a town located in the north of Budapest; it is a famous for the remains of the Early Renaissance summer residence of King Matthias. It offers wonderful landscape, fortress, royal palace, hiking and adventure sports.
The Heroes’ square is one of the most visited sights of the Hungarian capital, it is situated in front of the City Park, at the end of the Andrássy Avenue, one of the most important streets of Budapest, a World Heritage site.
Gellért Hill is a 235 m high hill overlooking the Danube in Budapest, Hungary. It is part of the 1st and 11th Districts. Gellért Hill was named after Saint Gerard who was thrown to death from the hill. It is one of a favourite excursion spots besides Margaret Island, the Buda Hills, or the Kopaszi Dam.
If you have a couple of hours during your visit to Budapest include an excursion to Gellért Hill in your program. Apart from the historic sights the hill also offers some of the best spots to take photos of the city.
According to the legend witches visited the hill every night and were riding on the back of a human being.
Szentendre is a small town situated only 25 km from Budapest. It is definitely one of most popular destinations for tourists visiting Budapest. For many centuries it was the center of Hungarian Serb community. Today it is the capital of artists with lots of museums and galleries. You will enjoy a pleasant walk through the cobblestone, narrow streets of the town and admire its Baroque architecture and see churches of various religions. You will also have some free time for shopping or visiting chosen galleries or museums.
Balatonfüred is a popular resort town in Veszprém county, in Hungary, situated on the northern shore of Lake Balaton. It is considered to be the capital of the Northern lake shore and is a popular yachting destination
Next to the Matthias Church you can find the Fisherman’s Bastion. In the old times the fishermen were protecting this area, something they were told to do in case the Mongolian army would return again (as they first did in 1240-1241) and after them the place received its name. Today this place is known for its beautiful view over the city and the Pest side. It was built, as we see it today, between 1895 and 1902. The seven towers symbolize the tents of the seven tribe leaders that lead the Hungarians into their nation by the end of the 9th century
Danube Evening Sightseeing Cruise
It is combined with a sound and vision show. The boat departs from the centre of Budapest and makes an hour round trip in the city. While you are enchanted by the illuminated sights, famous personalities from the Hungarian history, kings, queens, poets, inventors and even the Danube tells you legendary stories about the town. Through TV screens you will be able to look behind the walls of the buildings passing by, to admire the hidden interiors. The program ends with the Blue Danube Waltz which will whisper in your ears any time you remember the tour.
You can devote a whole day to explore the historic, architectural, and natural treasures of Tihany and the peninsula under the same name.
This marvellous peninsula, devides the Lake Balaton into two. It is a pearl of not only the region or the country but also of Europe. It is a jewel in the middle of the Hungarian sea. The surface of the vulcanic peninsula is covered by limestone geysers
Lake Balaton, central Europe's largest fresh water lake, the Hungarian sea. The lake became Hungarians' number one vacation resort after the Trianon Treaty following World War I when large areas of Hungary including some seashore along the Adriatic sea were taken away.
All members of the family will find something to do at Lake Balaton whether it'sbathing, sailing, horseriding, playing golf or wine tasting.