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BALATON- CENTRAL EUROPE´S LARGEST LAKE 

Imagine a sea where the horizon doesn’t fade into the infinite distance, where the sunset paints a glowing golden bridge onto the water

The volcanic mountains rising high above the silky water, the vine-covered slopes spattered with white press-houses and the Mediterranean atmosphere of the Káli Basin are among the most beautiful regions in the country. Hungary’s thousand-year history comes to life in the castles and palaces of the Balaton region and its thermal baths provide physical and spiritual rejuvenation.

Walking around the petrified geyser fields of the lavender-scented Tihany Peninsula, exploring the bizarre rock-seas of the romantic Káli Basin or scaling the volcanic hills of the Tapolca Basinare all excellent hiking programmes, while Badacsony, the highest hill around Balaton, has an entire network of routes in place for Nordic walking lovers.

 Balaton is the ideal destination all year around to recommend it to your clients!  In addition, the lake also offers waterskiing, kitesurfing, paddleboarding and even dragon boating, but if your clients are looking for even more water fun, make sure to recommend a visit the Balatonfüred aquapark, where the giant slides will surely get your adrenaline flowing.

Guest can take a walk in Balatonfüred’s reform-era district, a vibrant intellectual hub of 19th century cultural life in Hungary. Try the carbonated – or “sour” – water of the free drinking well or sip on a glass of aromatic Balaton wine at the port under the hundred-year-old plane trees lining the Tagore Promenade – both will do you a world of good. 

As a result of the gastro-revolution that has also reached the Balaton area, an increasing number of restaurants and bistros offer dishes made from locally sourced ingredients, creatively rethinking traditional recipes. Remind your clients to don’t go home without tasting the Balaton fisherman’s soup (halászlé), made from several different types of fish, or the grilled zander (süllő). 

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Hungary is an infinite source of miracles all year around, so no matter when your clients set out on a trip to discover the country, they will never tire of its ever-changing colours. 

If your clients feel like taking a closer look at Hungary´s  myriad natural and cultural gems, combined with the promise of a great experience, visitors can just follow the road – any road – to yet another beautiful place. During the trip, visitors can enjoy the spactacular view over the mountain ranges of Visegrád and the Börzsöny, mediaeval royal castles and 19th-century palaces, or feast their eyes on the sunset, offering the sight of the sky burning red above the Danube and the Pilis Hills.

Help your clients discover the intriguing tales behind every sight and landmark, the centuries-old cities and buildings, stories and places – we promise it will be the experience of a lifetime.

Read our educational articles below and start booking from our selected hotels to plan for your client´s future unforgettable Hungary trip. 

DEBRECEN AND ITS SURROUNDINGS

Located in Eastern Hungary, the Great Hungarian Plain lies on liquid gold: if you bore a hole anywhere on this majestic plain, you will most likely find thermal water. The region’s Hajdúszoboszló offers the largest bath & spa complex in Europe, where traveler can find out for themselves why the local thermal water is regarded as a miraculous medicine. Hungary’s second largest city, Debrecen is also located in this area, welcoming visitors with its vibrant cultural life, exciting local gastronomy, and the genuine buzz of a bustling city. T

Pamper yourself in the largest bath & spa complex of Europe in Hajdúszoboszló: The eastern Hungarian town of Hajdúszoboszló has long been one of the most popular touristic destinations of Hungary. Guests can enjoy its medicinal bath, the water of which is internationally recognised for providing highly effective treatment for musculoskeletal disorders. 

Lake Tisza: Eco-experience in the wild wetland:  The World Heritage Site also includes Lake Tisza, a genuine wild wetland in the northern part of the Great Hungarian Plain. The second largest lake in Hungary is diversified by several islands of larger and smaller sizes, old backwaters, unbridled riparian forests, enormous fringed water-lily and seaweed fields, open waters, secret lagoons, shallow bays and the River Tisza that runs across the lake. 

The best way to explore the lake is to take to the water with an experienced tour guide. You can explore the birds and the flora from the boardwalks, from bird watching towers, or taking a walk on romantic nature trails along the floodplains. 

Lake Tisza is an excellent place for the whole family to go on a bicycle trip, as the terrain is flat and easy to cross. There is a 70-kilometre-long bike path that goes around the lake (part of the EuroVelo 11 international bike route) that can be covered within a day (or you may take a shortcut by using the ferry).

Romantic moments on the plains of Hortobágy: The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hortobágy is the most characteristic region of the Great Hungarian Plains and the largest alkaline grassland in Europe. It is located 40 kilometres away from the second most populated city in Hungary, Debrecen. This national park, covering nearly 80,000 hectares, boasts unrivalled natural treasures and traditions. 

You can reach the Hortobágy Wild Animal Park by omnibus, where you can observe once indigenous animals that are now extinct: wolves, golden jackals, vultures, pelicans. It is also possible to visit the former habitat of wild horses and aurochs at the Puszta Safari by jeep.

The Great Fishponds Nature Trail is registered as a wetland of international significance and is a genuine bird-paradis. Its rich wildlife can be explored on foot, by bicycle, or even on board of a narrow-gauge railway. The migration of cranes in numerous flocks during autumn dawns and sunsets is a must-see, it is one of the most beautiful natural occurrences in the National Park.

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THE GLAMOROUS BUDAPEST

Budapest was chosen by the readers of the respected Condé Nast Traveller tourism magazine as the world’s 11th best travel destination for 2017 and  also got the first place in  European Best Destination 2019.

Although it takes several days to fully explore the Hungarian capital (chosen by the readers of the respected Condé Nast Traveller tourism magazine as the world’s 11th best travel destination for 2017) itself, it is also worth seeking out attractions in the surrounding area.

The most popular day-trip destination is the Danube Bend with its unparalleled panorama, medieval castles, and small, inspirational towns. 

But there are numerous other interesting and exciting locations to visit only 1-1.5 hours away from Budapest like Etyek and Gödöllő.  The former residence of the ruler of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, rows of wine cellars offering tempting culinary experiences and exquisite wines, a vast film studio where you can walk among the set pieces of major Hollywood blockbusters, and many others

The Royal Castles of Gödöllő and Hatvan: The family-friendly Grassalkovich Castle in Gödöllő is located a mere 30 kilometres from Budapest. 

 You can take a pleasant walk in its romantic park or discover its royal interiors and Baroque theatre - considered a genuine European rarity - among historical walls.

Franz Joseph I, Austrian Emperor, King of Hungary and King of Bohemia and his wife, Empress Elisabeth (commonly known as Sisi), received the splendid baroque castle as a coronation gift from the Kingdom of Hungary.

From Budapest, visitors can approach the castle by suburban rail as well as a nostalgia steam locomotive; the latter takes passengers to the Gödöllő Royal Terminal, where the royal couple themselves used to wait for the train.

Guest can drop by the City Museum as well, where alongside the interactive historical city exhibition, they can also see works created at the Gödöllő Artists’ Colony - considered one of the most significant groupings of the Hungarian secessionist movement.

Etyek and Martonvásár: Gastro-tour, Film Park and Finding Beethoven: Etyek lies 28 kilometres from the capital and is accessible by suburban buses. Starting from the mid-1860s, it grew to become the vineyard of Budapest, and is today a popular meeting spot for wine and food lovers. You can always find an open wine cellar and hospitable vintners on the Gasztrosétány (Gastro-walkway), who are proud to offer their wines for tasting, but you can also drop by a cheese workshop, a ham craftsman or even a workshop that produces artisanal chocolate.

Martonvásár is located south of Etyek; bringing to life a bit of England in the Tudor-style Brunswick castle and its arboretum-like formal English garden. Its museum serves as a memorial to the most famous guest of the castle, Beethoven.

Numerous top American film productions have been shot at Korda Filmpark on the outskirts of the city. This is where The Martian, starring Matt Damon, and other movies and TV series were made. Visitros can take a sneak peek into every filming trick at the exhibitions of the visitor’s centre; walk among the set pieces of a New York street and the Renaissance city, and - subject to registration - take part in numerous interactive activities to try your hand at filmmaking.

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