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Miracles outside the capital – discover Budapest’s surroundings
Budapest attracts lots of visitors every year, especially when popular sporting events offer an extra reason to come. For those looking for a quieter, more ‘off the beaten track’ experience, there are plenty of hidden treasures to be explored in the towns surrounding Budapest.
Sporting events and sightseeing: Exciting things to do in Budapest
Budapest has a brand new handball arena, which is a top venue for global handball events. Supporters who come to watch matches can combine it with a trip to discover the beauty of Budapest.
Escape to nature in the middle of the city: hidden islands of peace in Budapest
Most people in Hungary think of darts as a pub game, but over the past decade it has matured into a serious sport. There are more and more places in Budapest where amateurs and professionals alike can demonstrate what it means to have a steady hand and a pin-point finish. Thanks to the popularity of the game, there are more and more competitions taking place where you can watch and support the best in the world. After all the concentration that’s needed for a darts competition, there’s nothing better than touring the city: Here is a guide to the history of darts and to some of Budapest’s most beautiful green spaces.
The romantic landscapes of Hungary welcome you: discover the stages of the Tour de Hongrie.
The most prestigious Hungarian road cycling race is exciting in itself, but it is also worth visiting the country after the event and exploring the beauty of different routes on foot or by bike.
Goal spree and discovery: what Budapest offers football lovers
Football’s popularity attracts many fans to matches, and it’s worth combining this sporting experience with sightseeing. The capital has countless places to discover for those who want to explore the world-famous sights beyond the stadiums.
Budapest welcomes sports lovers with open arms
Hungary is home to a number of large-scale sporting events, some of which are held in the capital. Cheering at World and European championships is an experience never to forget, especially when you are supporting competitors in a special sport like modern pentathlon.