- Greater Budapest
- Debrecen and surroundings
- Tokaj and Nyíregyháza
- Pécs region
- Sopron region
- Bük and Sárvár
- Eger region
- Győr and Pannonhalma
- Szeged region
- Gyula region
If you happen to be writing up a bucket list of what to see in Hungary this year, we'll help you out with a few ideas. Countless hiking trails, unmissable sights and nature's hidden treasures await.
Hungary has a wealth of surprising and unparalleled destinations. Head out and explore these extraordinary locations.
The best-known hiking trail in the country connects the natural and historical treasures of the northern Hungary, including the larger mountains, Lake Balaton and the capital. The Hungarian Blue Trail provides a special experience in each season and offers unparalleled variety to adventurous hikers.
You don’t have to give up on hiking even if you only have half a day to get away from the capital, given that there is multitude of shorter and longer routes to choose from that you can get to with a few hours of travelling.
Despite its smaller size, Hungary has countless wonders to offer for hikers. The country’s 10 national parks all have their own charms. Let us help you discover the country’s varied and diverse landscapes.
Thousands of lookout towers are hidden in the forests and mountains of Hungary. What else could be better at the end of a tiring hike than having a look at the landscape you’ve just explored from above? Here are five lookout towers that all have their own advantages, but still have one thing in common: the way leading up to them is just as much of an experience as the panorama awaiting you at the top.
Observe the deer from the back of a tractor, cruise among the trees on a Segway or hop on a bicycle and explore the fabulous landscape, lakes and cultural heritage of the Őrség. We’ll show you five unique places in Hungary where you can engage in memorable adventures.