Why visit Hungary?

In the heart of Europe lies a country famed for its exquisite wines and thermal waters. This is the land of Tokaji Aszú, one of the finest sweet wines on Earth, and this is a nation with more thermal springs than any other on the continent. One that is landlocked yet can still be called ’Land of Waters’, containing the largest biologically active thermal lake in the world suitable for bathers. A land where tradition, history and a glamorous modern lifestyle go hand in hand, reflected in a Michelin-starred gastronomy that embraces new trends while honouring its stellar past. Discover the wonders of Hungary and make memories you will remember for the rest of your life. Visit Hungary!




If you arrive at Liszt Ferenc International Airport, you can choose from several options to get into the city centre.the airport is not yet connected by rail to the centre of Budapest, but there are two regular bus lines that connect the airport to the city. You will find the bus stop of line 100E between Terminal 2A and 2B, the frequency time of the buses is 20 to 30 minutes, they arrive at Deák Ferenc tér within 35 to 45 minutes, depending on the traffic, after two intermediate stops (Kálvin tér, Astoria), which is the transport node of Budapest, the meeting point of the different metro lines.There are several shuttle service options available at the airport, and miniBUD is the official airport shuttle service. You can buy tickets for the shuttle service at the kiosk located at the baggage claim area, and your shuttle bus will transport you to your accommodation in Budapest. The centre of Hungarian rail transport is Budapest. It is cheap and comfortable to get around by railway in Hungary.



The major railway stations are Keleti (Eastern Railway Station): Servicing Northern Hungary and a part of Northeastern HungaryNyugati (Western Railway Station): Servicing the Danube Bend, the Great Hungarian Plain and a part of Northeastern Hungary. Déli (Southern Railway Station): Servicing Transdanubia and the region of Lake Balaton.Cycling is becoming increasingly popular throughout the country. The EuroVelo Nr.6 international bike route crosses Hungary along the Danube. One of the most beautiful and spectacular day trips from Budapest by bike is to the Danube Bend.





Practical information

Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Spanning 93,030 square kilometres (35,920 sq mi) of the Carpathian Basin, it is bordered by Slovakia to the north, Ukraine to the northeast, Romania to the east and southeast, Serbia to the south, Croatia and Slovenia to the southwest, and Austria to the west.


9,71 million




Hungarian Forint


Hungary is the member of the European Union


Hungary is the member of Schengen countries


Hungary has a temperate seasonal climate,with generally warm summers with low overall humidity levels but frequent rain showers and cold snowy winters. Average annual temperature is 9.7 °C (49.5 °F).  Average high temperature in the summer is 23 to 28 °C (73 to 82 °F) and average low temperature in the winter is −3 to −7 °C (27 to 19 

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