Wherever you go in Hungary, many exciting wine districts await with their interesting selection of wine and also with their enchanting landscape. If you head east and want to roam the hills around Tokaj, do not miss out on the Megyer-hegy Tarn and, at the end of your hike, visit one of the wineries in Sárospatak. Not far from here, you will find the Eger wine district, with its numerous sights and places of interest. While you are in Eger, visit the Archbishop’s Palace or the old house of Géza Gárdonyi. Nearby Szalajka Valley, with the Fátyol waterfall, the trail leading to it and Istállós-kő, is a must-see for nature lovers. And if you want to taste wine, head to Szépasszonyvölgy (Valley of the Beautiful Women), but do not forget that there are many excellent wineries in and around Eger. In the sunny southern parts of the country, hop on a bike to discover the rolling hills of the Villány wine district, and though the wine cellar system in Villánykövesd is great sight, it also offers good wine in abundance. Not far from Budapest, the aquatic wildlife of the Neszmély wine district is particularly awe-inspiring. In summer, you can discover the branches of the Danube separated from the big river, on canoe or kayak, and it will be the experience of a lifetime. Just like the Neszmély wine region, the Etyek-Buda wine district (which is part of the Upper Pannon wine region) is also worth your time. Apart from its excellent wineries, you should also visit its villages and towns, and this is what you will find: Zsámbék – an impressive ruined church, Alcsútdoboz – a true oasis and the arboretum, and Martonvásár – the famous Brunszvik Castle that will tell you tales of Beethoven and the heritage of the Brunszvik family. Of course, this is only just to give you a glimpse of what awaits when you visit the Hungarian wine regions. Let the landscape charm you.