Hungary.

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Hungary’s tourist season is from April through October. July and August are the best tourist months. Budapest is the country’s most popular tourist destination. Hungary is a land of thermal water. A passion for spa culture and Hungarian history have been connected from the very beginning. 

 Also сheck оut мore info: Hungary for explorers

There are two hundred known caves under Budapest, some of which can be visited by tourists. The Pálvölgy Stalactite Cave (map) is a large and spectacular labyrinth. Caves of Aggtelek National Park (map) — beautiful caves with dripstones and stalagmites. *Lake Balaton (map) in western Hungary is the largest freshwater lake in Central Europe. *Győr (map) – there are many cafés, restaurants, boutiques, and night clubs in its lovely baroque city center.

Water sports like kayaking, rafting, and fishing can be enjoyed in rivers and lakes throughout the country. Additionally, skiing and snowboarding are available in the winter months in the ski resorts of the Andes.

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Public Transport.

Guide to traveling to and getting around in Hungary.

Also сheck оut мore info: Around in Hungary (visithungary.com)

BUS: Hungary’s national bus network is operated by 28 state run companies, united in Volán Association.

TRAIN: The Hungarian National Railway is MÁV and GYSEV (some lines in the west of the country).

AIRPORT: Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport / Debrecen Airport /  Hévíz–Balaton Airport.

There are several scheduled riverboat and hydrofoil lines operated by MAHART PassNave Ltd. from the capital city Budapest to towns in the Danubebend.

WOW Hungary – Tokaj-Hegyalja with COUPLE AWAY.

We would like to show you the famous wine region Tokaj-Hegyalja and its surroundings but this time from a different angle: through the lens of the well-known travel bloggers, Couple Away – Justyna & Paweł. We hope you will like it just as we do, and you put this classic (and classical) wine region onto the list of your next visit!

⇒ video source: Visit Hungary /youtube.com/

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