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Divided into historic Buda and buzzing Pest, the capital, Budapest offer both the past (coffeehouses, Turkish baths and Art Nouveau boulevards) and the present (warehouse baths and ultra-modern riverboat clubs).


Bordered by Austria, Serbia and Ukraine, Hungary is at the crossroads and can be seen as a blend of old world charm and present, western influences.


Travel only a few hours beyond Budapest and discover the Serb-influenced Szentendke, the lush Winelands of Badascony region lying on the shores of lake Balaton, and Southwest, home to endless summer parties, Siofok and Keszthely.


Hungary’s most discerning towns not to be missed: Sopron lying on the border of Austria; Pecs, enclosed by alpine hills; Eger famous for Bull’s Blood wine. Most of the Southeast is engulfed by the Great Plain covering half of the country and feature amazing national parks.


Being known as one of the most sophisticated styles of cooking, Hungarian food has a lot more to offer then just Goulash. Hungary is also world renowned for its wines such as Villany, Olazrizling and Tokaj. Over 300 thermal springs can be found in Hungary’s bathhouses, clinical sanatoriums and exquisite wellness centres and are used for therapeutic, medical and recreational reasons.


Whether you visit the rolling countryside, picturesque castles, vineyards, thermal baths or wonder through the charming towns, Hungary will make for an unforgettable holiday.

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