Visitors can discover Hungary’s most beautiful sights in various ways: while hiking, walking, on two wheels, relaxing in any thermal baths or visiting museums. Whichever they choose, they will get to come upon a different face of the country each time.
Budapest has managed to preserve its historical atmosphere and special eclectic cityscape, while allowing new places to open one after the other, and continues to be a vibrant metropolis.
Discover the treasures of the past. The country’s built heritage, its castles, palaces and historical legacy are unparalleled.
There are plenty of baths and spas both in Budapest and all over the country, for anyone who wants to heal and relax. Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe. Many Turkish style bath are in Budapest from the times of the Ottoman rule. Hévíz Lake Bath is the largest warm water lake with medicinal water in Europe. The cave bath in Miskolctapolca is simply an indoor pool created by nature.
Ours is a beautiful country: colourful and infinitely beautiful. The geography of Hungary is extremely varied: from the Great Plain to Hortobágy, the foothills of the Alps, Lake Balaton, Lake Hévíz (the second-largest thermal lake in the world), the Bükk Mountains and caves, Hungary has it all in the Carpathian Basin.
We are surrounded by natural phenomena or built heritage that needs to be seen and visited. The beauty of the Káli basin, the Egerszalók salt hill or the library of the Cistercian Abbey of Zirc are all unique places. People have long worked and shaped the Megyer‑hegy Tarn, an extraordinary natural wonder near Sárospatak: what you will find here is the amazing union of a former millstone mine and nature itself.
There are many art galleries, museums and world-class works of art to visit, both in Budapest and all over the country. There are several exhibition halls, museums around the country, with collections and exhibitions that are well worth incorporating into your sightseeing tour.