Today I will give you the highlights this beautiful landlocked country has to offer. From Hungary’s hidden gems to the best accommodation and saving tips to keep your travel budget in check.
“With 10 beautiful national parks, 37 landscape protection areas, 162 nature conservation areas, 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and several outstanding national treasures, Hungary is a country of immense beauty. If you visit Hungary, definitely make time to explore the country’s spectacular lakes, thermal baths, vast wine regions, and charming historic towns.”
Lightweight Travel Scale
I never travel without one of these. What I love about this product is its size and weight – small and light enough to even fit into my handbag! It’s a perfect gift for any traveler, whether it is for business or a holiday.
Great travel books are measured in miles, and not awards. They take you to another place and fuel your wanderlust!
Visit the world-famous Herend Porcelain Manufactory in the city of Herend. The Herend Porcelain Manufactory (Hungarian: Herendi Porcelánmanufaktúra Zrt.) is a Hungarian manufacturing company, specializing in luxury hand-painted and gilded porcelain. Founded in 1826, it is based in the town of Herend near the city of Veszprém.
From Budapest, Herend is around 1 hour 30 minutes by car; or about 15 minutes by car from Veszprém.
If you’re staying with friends while in Hungary, it is no point in giving them something local. They can get that themselves. Some of my best thank you gifts that I’ve received are e-books and then, of course, a surprise gift about a country I was about to travel to soon, like a city pass or a big bus ticket. Click for some of the most amazing thank you gift ideas!
You’re in for a big surprise if you think you’re picking up a mop!
With the Budapest Card you get free public transport within Budapest, up to 50% discounts at baths, sights, churches, museums, restaurants, bars, sightseeing tours, boat trips, and concerts.
Two more countries share borders with Hungary, namely Serbia and Slovakia.