Europe

There simply is no way to tour Europe and not be awestruck by its scenic beauty, epic history and dazzling artistic and culinary diversity.

HOLLÓKÖ

We made overnight and last sightseeing during our Balkan trip in Hollókő – a two-street village nestled in a tranquil valley. Above village is 13th-century castle built against Mongol invasion. Old Village (Ófalu) has 67 houses and outbuildings protected by UNESCO. The village has burned...

EGER

We made half day visit of the city filled with beautifully preserved baroque buildings. Eger is a city in northern Hungary. At its heart is elegant, tree-lined Kossuth Lajos Street. Buildings along this stretch include County Hall, with its fine wrought-iron gate, and Eszterházy Károly...

POROSZLÓ

We found quiet place for overnight in little village Poroszló near Lake Tisza. It is one of its main attractions, which offers excellent recreation for lovers of water sports and fishermen. Sights include the Calvinist church, the Roman Catholic Church, the Village Hall and the mansion of...

HORTOBÁGYI

On our way to Slovakia we passed Hortobágyi – a village in 800 km2 large national park in eastern Hungary, rich with folklore and cultural history. One of its most iconic sites is the Nine-holed Bridge. This Arch bridge is the longest road stone bridge in historic Hungary prior to 1921...

DEBRECEN

After long inspection on the border between Romania and Hungary, we made it for the lunch in second-largest city in Hungary, its name has been synonymous with wealth and conservatism since the 16th century. Flanked by the golden Great Church and the historic Aranybika hotel, Debrecen’s...

ORADEA

We spent our last night in Romania in pleasant city split by the Crișul Repede River. It’s known for baroque and art nouveau architecture, remnants of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Secessionist buildings line central Strada Republicii. Nearby, the neoclassical State Theater dominates King...