Hungary is lakeside serenity, fairy-tale castles, and grandeur on the Danube. With stunning architecture, vital folk art, thermal spars, and Europes most exciting capital after dark are Hungary’s major draws. The scene is more gentle then striking, but you cants say the same thing about the built environment across the land. Architecturally Hungary is a treasure trove, with everything from Roman ruins and medieval townhouses to baroque churches, neoclassical public buildings and art nouveau bathhouses and schools. Hungarians have been ‘taking the waters’ supplied by an estimated 300 thermal springs since togas we all the rage and Aquincum was a Big Smoke. They still do- for therapeutic, medicinal and recreational purposes. When the locals arn’t relaxing the food remains the most sophisticated style of cooking in Eastern Europe. They take extreme pride in their nation’s world-renowned wines – from the big-bodied reds of Eger and Villany and white olaszrizling from Badacsony to honey-sweet Tokaj. Whatever you are looking for, you can be sure to find it, in the most authentic way while visiting Hungary.
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