Hungary: Itineraries for everyone

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Hungary location

Eastern Europe


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Hungary at a glance

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Cheap (2 of 5)

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Trendy (4 of 5)

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Very safe (84 / 100)

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Modern (84 / 100)

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Best itineraries

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Things to do

Summary: Wondering about the best things to do in Hungary? This guide is packed with things to see and places to visit in this Central European country. There are a variety of fun and exciting things to do in Hungary, whether it’s in the bustling capital or the vast sprawl of nature around.

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The landlocked country of Hungary is not one normally considered as a holiday destination, however there are many hidden beauties in this country. While I always strongly recommend attempting to learn the language of the country you’re visiting, you might struggle slightly with Hungarian as it is definitely one of the ...

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, the town hall and its folklore. However, in recent years it has also begun attracting another kind of tourist. Many visitors now come here for dental treatment at the town’s many dental practices. The reason is simple, the same treatment can cost four or five times more in western Europe than in Hungary.


The Local Market in Hódmezővásárhely

The local synagogue in Hódmezővásárhely

The Holocaust Museum in Hódmezővásárhely

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Curious about the best places to visit in Hungary? Do you plan to visit Hungary? Then you have found yourself in the right place. We’ve created this list of some of the best places to visit in Hungary to help you with the task of planning your trip to Hungary. Visit Hungarian Jewish Museum and ..

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Eat & drink

! Hungarians love food and many of their popular dishes have been influenced by the people who have invaded as well as those who have immigrated. ...


What We Ate / Drank / Learnt

Hungarian Drink

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Border Formalities: Hungary is both a member of the European Union and Schengen Agreement, so there is no need to clear immigration or customs when travelling to and from EU and Schengen countries. Hungary blogs offer helpful insights as to which nationalities require tourist visas.

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The best place for any celiac or gluten intolerant traveler to eat isalwaysa 100% gluten free, dedicated facility. I’m obsessed with these places and so grateful for what they do for our community. Luckily for us, there are five such restaurants in Budapest (plan Budapest itineraries). Yes – ...


Kata Restaurant

Fonograph Restaurant Svábhegy

Slow Foodiez

Due Fratelli Restaurant

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Hungary has its own share of castles, but a few of them are world-famous for their architectural brilliance, underlying history, and surrounding natural bliss—one such castle is the Eger Castle. ...

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If you are one of my readers, you probably know that I am not Hungarian. But what you may not know is that I lived among the Hungarian People for years and I’ve been married to one for more than four decades. I guess this qualifies as an insider. After all, what better way to know a nation than living with one of ...


What You Should Know About the Hungarian People

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Hungary is everything a tourist wants—from glittering city lights to fantastic natural scenery. When you are here in Hungary, you are visited by a palpably uncontrollable sense of tradition and history which feature in every possible Hungarian thing you see. There are cities and towns which reek of harmony and ..

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Keen to discover the country that doesn’t get nearly as much attention as it deserves? This backpacking Hungary travel guide will show you how! ...

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But there are many people that come to Hódmezővásárhely for other reasons too. Some visit the local spa and Olympic swimming pool, such as the two Finnish girls on the video, in Hódmezővásárhely for a couple of weeks of training. ...

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Hungary is known for its classic old historical attractions, beautiful countryside and thermal waters and spa culture. The country has quaint villages spectacular mountains and lakes, beautiful river scenes – the awesome Danube runs right through the country – Romanesque churches, castles and national parks.

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Discover the two cities of the Hungarian capital on this 4 hour sightseeing tour. Begin in the heart of Pest, at Heroes’ Square. This expansive, airy plaza is surrounded by the Museum of Fine Arts on two sides and the city’s largest park on another. Rising from is center is the Millennium Monument, a triumphant column ...

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My Travels into Hungary were slightly unexpected, you can read about what happened on an article about my bad euro-lines service Budapest: The capital of Hungary and one of the most architecturally beautiful cities I have been in. Parliament in Budapest Parliament in Budapest (visit Budapest itineraries) Buda Castle - Set on top of a hill ...

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Altough the country is relatively small, but it is very easy to travel around the country. So you can cover a lot of ground in a short trip. Of course, there is so much to see in Hungary, but if you have a limited time frame for your Hungary itinerary, one week is a really good amount of time to get to know a few ...

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Hungary is exceptionally affordable when it comes to eating out and buying groceries, so you won’t need to budget a huge amount for food. As an example, a three course meal at a decent, mid-range restaurant will set you back just €15 each! ...

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Malom-tó – This beautiful hotel is a great place to stay when you’re looking to relax. The hotel offers rooms with terraces, family suites, and many nearby attractions. ...

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As I mentioned above, I’ve visited Hungary a couple of times, both as a solo female who was travelling on a tight budget and as part of a couple that was looking for all things hotel-shaped and mid-range. ...

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As always, I highly recommend choosing accommodation that caters to gluten free guests – either with your own kitchen, or a celiac friendly hotel breakfast! ...


Gluten free hotels in Budapest

Airbnb’s in Budpest

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A great way to save some money is to find an accommodation that has free breakfast included. We typically grab a few things to take with us to snack for rest of the day. ...

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More about Hungary

Hungary is a landlocked country in central Europe which borders Austria (Austria in detail), Slovakia (plan Slovakia itineraries), Ukraine, Romania, Croatia and Serbia. The Danube river flows north-south through central Hungary. The climate is continental, with warm summers and cold winters. Rainfall is fairly evely distributed throughout the year. Hungary has a predominantly industrial economy. Main products are metals, machinery, transport equip-ment, textiles, chemicals and food products. The about 10.300.000 Hunga-rians live in an area of about 93.000 square kilometers. Languages spoken are Hungarian, Romany, German and Slovak. The capital of Hungary is Budapest.