Hungary

Stunning architecture, vital folk art, thermal spas and Europe’s most exciting capital after dark are Hungary’s major drawing cards.

VILLÁNY

We made short stop in a small town famous for its wine yards. The Villány-Siklós Wine Route is the first stronghold of Hungarian wine tourism. Traditions include the presence of Kadarka, Portugieser, or Schiller wines. It offers an almost perfect and full range of wines.

PÉCS

On the way to Croatia we made stop in lovely ancient city founded by the Romans. It is the fifth largest city of Hungary, located on the slopes of the Mecsek mountains in the south-west of the country, close to its border with Croatia. City was founded by Romans at the beginning of the...

BALATON LAKE

We made stop for 2 days for festival Balaton Sound on the banks of Balaton Lake. We partied in the night and during the day we went around the lake (Szántód / Siófok / Héviz), we were not lucky – few thousands of mosquitoes joined our tour . Lake Balaton is a freshwater lake in western...

PANNONHALMA

We made visit of the town, known as Győrszentmárton until 1965, dominated by its most famous landmarks: the thousand-year-old Pannonhalma Archabbey and the Benedictine Secondary School, which are situated above the village, on Szent Marton Hill. The hill itself is still known by this...

SÜMEG

Hike to the well maintained castle with great views, which was built in the mid or late 13th century by Béla IV of Hungary. He lived in the castle during the Mongolian invasion between 1241-1242. Later, it was presented as a gift to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Veszprém by Stephen V...

VESZPRÉM

We made short sightseeing in one of the oldest urban areas in Hungary. CIty lies on both sides of the Séd creek, approximately 15 km north of the Lake Balaton and 110 km from Budapest. According to legend, Veszprém was founded on seven hills with its famous castle. Veszprém was the...