Visit Hollókő, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, where you can take a walk among the beautiful, white-washed houses with porches, and try characteristic dishes, too. The next stop is the Matyó Museum in Mezőkövesd, where you can get familiar with the flamboyant embroidery and traditional costumes, all part of the world heritage. A must-have experience.
In this wonderful dead-end village, you will find multicoloured village life, like a kaleidoscope or a carnival. Adorned peasant cottages with porches, artisan workshops and a picturesque shingled church. Children can peek into old crafts while taking part in various activities, meanwhile, adults can enjoy home-made strudel and pálinka.