- Greater Budapest
- Debrecen and surroundings
- Tokaj and Nyíregyháza
- Pécs region
- Sopron region
- Bük and Sárvár
- Eger region
- Győr and Pannonhalma
- Szeged region
- Gyula region
Take a stroll on the slopes of Szépasszony Valley with its 200 cellars, taste the delicious wines of Eger on Dobó István tér, take a dip in the more than 400-year-old Turkish Bath or discover the hidden treasures of the nearby hills.
Eger Castle invites you to travel back in time. The stronghold was as crucial as the Wall in the Game Of Thrones – and the siege was as fierce as the battle of Blackwater!
If you want to taste the wines of Eger, go to Szépasszony Valley. The valley is widely known at home and abroad, and has almost 200 wine cellars. You can get here either on foot, by bus or by city train from the town centre in Eger.
Discover the internationally known and liked nature reserve on foot, by bike or via the narrow-gauge railway.
It’s almost impossible to walk all around the gentle slopes of the Mátra and Bükk Mountains, and if you really want to see everything, hop onto one of the narrow-gauge railways in the region.
Indulge yourself in north-east Hungary’s nature-carved cave bath. Miskolctapolca is a resort with a special microclimate in the southern part of Miskolc, offering a chance to recharge your batteries, with a boating lake and healing thermal water welling up from the depths of the mountain.
Hungary is truly the country of a thousand surprises. Perhaps it is hard to believe, but just a ninety-minute drive from Budapest, you can witness a natural phenomenon in Egerszalók that occurs in only three places in the entire world. Shall we?
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