I wouldn’t say they are instagrammable destinations. Though they might be. But they could also be more than just “stop there, take that (#instaworthy) picture, go on” destinations. They let you experience another face of Hungary. The countryside. Green. Peaceful. Pretty. Rich in history and culture. Here, get a taste of it…
Cliffs of Madárszirt, Biatorbágy
A hike on the Buda Hills starting from the small town of Biatorbágy.
Bory Castle, Székesfehérvár
A monument of art and love – designed and built by Jenő Bory, an architect and artist in the 20th century.
Ördög-árok gorge, Bakony Mountains, Balaton Uplands National Park
A lovely gorge and a small stream. Waterfalls.
Brunszvik Castle, Martonvásár
Neo-Gothic castle where Beethoven once gave piano lessons to the young girls in the Brunszvik family.
Park of Brunszvik Castle, Martonvásár
One of the most spectacular English parks in Hungary.
Lake Hubertlaki, Bakony Mountains, Balaton Uplands National Park
The little brother of Transylvania’s Red Lake. Flooded forest. A lake filled with dead tree trunks.
Esterházy Castle, Fertőd
Sometimes referred as the Hungarian Versailles, Esterházy Castle is a beautiful example of Rococo architecture.
Lake Tisza, Hortobágy National Park
Our favorite bird-watching place in Hungary.
Ruins of Csesznek Castle
Constructed in the 13th century. Ruins of a medieval castle standing on a hilltop in Bakony Mountains.
Pilis Mountains, Danube-Ipoly National Park
One of the closest hiking getaways from Budapest. We particularly love it in autumn.
Old Town of Veszprém
Veszprém is one of the oldest urban areas in Hungary, located just north of Lake Balaton.
The largest lake in Central Europe.
Cistercian abbey from the 12th century – still the center of Cistercian life in Hungary.
Széchenyi Square, Pécs
A city with an incredible cultural heritage. Buildings from the Middle Ages, Baroque, Classicism, Rococo and Art Nouveau. Unique Turkish architecture.
Royal Palace of Gödöllő
An amazing Baroque palace, about 40 minutes drive from Budapest.
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