Why visit Hungary, this small country situated in the heart of the continent in Central Europe?
Hungary is one of the oldest European countries. We can say that as a fact that architecturally Hungary is a real treasure trove, it has literally everything that you can just imagine, from Roman city ruins and medieval townhouses to baroque churches, art nouveau thermal baths and neoclassical public buildings. And you will not only find these gems of architecture in the capital, Budapest, but you will be able to discover them at every turn if you walk through any of the many historical cities that can be found in the country.
Not only is the culture of this country, but its nature also astonishing. It features one of the largest continuous grasslands, the so called Puszta and the biggest sweet water lake of Europe. Whether it is peace and quiet you are looking for or an itinerary full of plans and things to see, Lake Balaton can satisfy all your needs. It has smooth water and beautiful wine regions, surf and sandy beaches, fishing and sailing possibilities, wide golf courses, concerts and festivals, biking paths around the lake, elegant baroque castles and sleepy quiet villages, beautiful landscapes with lavender scented air, Lake Balaton truly has it all.
A visit to Hungary allows a particular combination of rich cultural experiences with medical, health or wellness treatments thanks to its rich thermal and medical water supply. Spas and baths are located both in the capital and in bigger or smaller towns throughout the whole country, as not only the foreigners but the locals are deeply fond of them. For instance Lake Hévíz is a real natural phenomenon, with its yearly average water temperature of 25 C°; it is the largest biologically active thermal lake in Europe, appealing for people looking for relaxation or medical treatment.
The very same elemental forces that created the well-used thermal springs, also carved hundreds of kilometers of limestone caves. The caves of Aggtelek Karst are one of the eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hungary. The other heritage sites are Budapest including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy avenue, Tokaj Wine Region, the beautiful Old Village of Hollókő where the folk traditions are still alive, and the hospitality of the locals is world famous. The participation in a homemade luncheon in the house of the local ladies is a must. Other UNESCO sites are the Fertő-lake, the Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma, the Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs and the famous Puszta of the Hortobágy National Park, where you can admire the endless steppe, the lifestyle of the herdsmen and their rich horse traditions.
Not only Budapest, but all the country is on a constant progress and development. You can find the traditional and the most modern living together peacefully both in cultural, gastronomical and every aspect of life and tourism. We are paying a lot of attention to the novelties and new ideas, and we are always adding them to our offers, because these are the extras that can really make a difference.
We prepare tailor made offers; therefore we can show you as much of our beautiful country as just you wish. We can show all the cultural and natural heritages, if requested all in an adventurous and fun way. We organize colorful thematic tours, the possibilities are nearly endless, the topic can be for example gastronomy, wine, folklore, religion.