Hungary has beautiful nature with various species, and more than 70 botanical gardens and arboretums wait for visitors to provide them a few silent hours for relaxing and studying. The gardens are spectacular during the whole year, but some of them are even more special in the time of blooming. Check out these university gardens with us, and book a place in the summer to visit them!
When a national holiday lands on a Thursday, it is fairly common in Hungary to have an official, 4-day-long weekend, so that you don’t need to go back to work for a Friday. These long weekends are great opportunities to pack your suitcase and discover all the different wonders of Hungary. In this article, we briefly introduce 4 areas of the country most ideal to spend your next weekend getaway at.
Hungary is filled with the wonders of nature, breath-taking architecture, and thanks to great preservation, many Hungarian settlements will offer you an authentic walk in the past. With relatively short distances, Hungary is a great place to plan one-day adventures: from hikes that will take your breath away to wine tasting cellars, from historical castles to the famous thermal baths – you have a wide variety of options. We have organised some options thematically, so you can go and discover for yourself which holds the most value for you.
Do you want to discover the natural wonders of Hungary without leaving your home? Do you want to gather ideas for your future journeys in the Hungarian countryside? We have collected three virtual tours in the region to help you break away from the weekdays.
I love the atmosphere of the cities, but I also really love the nature and being outdoors. Luckily Budapest is close to some amazing forests and mountains, so it’s easy to go and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city whenever I feel like it. There are many beautiful and peaceful places on the Hungarian countryside to go hiking, but my favourite is the Danube Bend (Dunakanyar).
This article collects the top 8 touristic destinations in Hungary and some guidelines regarding them. Traveling in Europe is a must in your free-time but why not start with the country where you study?