This country is considered to be one of the most immersive destinations throughout the whole Europe. Here you can see a lot of fortifications that are remains from Roman ruling and you will notice that Hungary is a place with a lot of different cultures. You have many things to do in Hungary like boat ride true the amazing Danube River to all the legendary wine labels that are worth visiting and tasting. But now we gonna check the best places to visit in Hungary
This is a very charming place and can offer a lot and plenty things to do, especially for the wine tasters. Here you can find a lot of pure wine varieties and also the famous Tokay dry and Furmint. Also, the city is surrounded with amazing vineyards. Yet not just the wine, this place also offers delightful taverns where you can try the famous fish broths.
When you leave Budapest and went little north you will come in the city of Szentendre.This city is an absolute fairytale just because of the stone-clad streets and all the Magyar houses. Even more, this place looks like it is an actual museum of the history of Hungary. If you are history or art lover this is the place to be because there are numerous galleries you can explore.
This place has up to 2000 years of history even going back to the Roman times. If you love hiking or mountain biking then this is the place to be. You can also enjoy the night bars here and learn more about this place culture and history.
4. Lake Balaton
One of the best places to visit in Hungary is the Lake Balaton. This destination is popular true the whole year for foreign and domestic visitors. Lake Balaton is the biggest freshwater lake in whole Europe. Here are Siofok and Keszthely two towns that are known for the wildest parties. The north shore of the lake is more peaceful and here you can find Balatonfured who was known as the historical bathing town and a lot of wineries that you can visit
You can find wine here also! It seems like you can find wine, good wine, wherever in Hungry. Yet this place out of them all is probably the one most aged and most influenced by all the political storms in the country. Although the medieval buildings escaped damage in the world war II the rest of the town was devastated. The Alps are closest to Sopron so when you visit it you can go for a hiking trip and explore the beauty of nature