Hungary: Itineraries for everyone

"Hungary is the other country that is easily reachable from Vienna (Vienna itineraries), with historic Sopron one of its best offerings."travelsewhere.net
"Hungary is one of the most upand coming destinations in Europe and you can find some of the cheapest hostel."oneworld365.org
"Hungary is an amazing city with it's view, history, culture, simple life."cheapestdestinationsblog.com
"Hungary is one great example of this and the province of Tokaj is the place to enjoy the best Hungarian wine."saltandsandals.com
"Hungary is one of the few unfortunate countries of Europe to be denied its own coastline."travelsewhere.net
"Hungary is one of the most underrated countries to teach English in Europe."oneworld365.org

Hungary location

Eastern Europe


Land borders






Hungary at a glance

Forint (HUF)




Cheap (2 of 5)

Level of costs

Trendy (4 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Very safe (84 / 100)

Safety index

Modern (84 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

The itinerary brings you at the beginning to Bosnia and Herzegovina (Southern Europe). Croatia (plan Croatia itineraries), Albania (visit Albania itineraries), Macedonia and Hungary are the next countries. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities. Besides of cities there a nature destinations. Visoko by Sarajevo is the highlight.
You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at Sarajevo,
Skopje and Budapest (more about Budapest). Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Skopje and Budapest. The climate is snowy. There are one flight connection. These are Skopje - Budapest. During your travel you have to speak Serbian, Croatia (plan Croatia itineraries)n, Albania (see itineraries)n, Macedonian and Hungarian . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. You will need Bosnia and Herzegovin

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 Cen

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The landlocked country of Hungary is not one normally considered as a holiday destination, however there are many hidden beauties

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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


The Local Market in Hódmezővásárhely

The local synagogue in Hódmezővásárhely

The Holocaust Museum in Hódmezővásárhely

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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 immigratio

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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 wi


Kata Restaurant

Fonograph Restaurant Svábhegy

Slow Foodiez

Due Fratelli Restaurant

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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 Hunga


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

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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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Hungary is known for its classic old historical attractions, beautiful countryside and thermal waters and spa culture. The country

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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. T

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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 B

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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 fo

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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, famil

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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 pa

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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


Gluten free hotels in Budapest

Airbnb’s in Budpest

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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.