Tiny Bereg villages within arm’s reach of each other, and the unspoilt landscape in between, are enough to guarantee that you won’t be bored for a moment in the Upper Tisza region. The inviting coastline, the perfect tranquillity and the dams that tempt you to go cycling will ensure that you won’t want to be inactive for even a minute. Choose one of the authentic accommodation options in the region and from there, conquer the wilderness.
In search of millennia-old treasures
The Upper Tisza region is a land of hidden treasures, smiling saints and medieval churches. These are best explored by bike. Hop in the saddle and ride to the 250-year-old water mill in Túristvándi and briefly take on the role of millers. Admire the barefoot “Notre Dame” in Tákos or the late Romanesque church in Csaroda, rising proudly from the stream’s floodplain. In Vaja, the Renaissance-style castle of one of the oldest noble families boasts a unique ceiling fresco and the mansion is surrounded by a park of sculptures lined with ancient trees and offering crisp fresh air.