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Holidays to Hungary

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Hungary: The jewel of Central Europe  

Embrace a holiday with a difference in Hungary. Immerse yourself in history and culture, explore the extravagant architectural gems in Budapest, soak away all your troubles in one of Hungary’s thermal spas, hike through the country’s awe-inspiring natural landscape or visit one or more of the eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites dotted around the country. 

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    Top 10 things to see and do in Hungary 

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    1. Go on a city break to Budapest

    Hungary’s capital city has so much to offer. From exploring the architecture at the Hungarian Parliament Building to enjoying a thermal bath at the Széchenyi Spa, you’ll never be bored.

    Hungary overview

    The history of Hungary spans over a thousand years. Hungary’s architecture reflects its history, with obvious influences from the Roman, gothic, Ottoman, Baroque and Art Nouveau styles. Visitors to the country experience a captivating culture, unique language, and beautiful landscapes. 

    Hungary has a vibrant folk culture with diverse regional traditions and a strong music and arts scene, being the birthplace of renowned composers such as Franz Liszt. It also has a thriving contemporary arts scene.  

    What to eat

    Hungary’s cuisine is characterised by hearty flavours. Everyone will have heard of goulash, but you need to taste the real thing to truly appreciate its flavour. Other traditional Hungarian dishes include: 

    • Paprikás Csirke – chicken cooked in a creamy paprika sauce. 
    • Langos – a deep-fried flatbread topped with garlic, sour cream and cheese. It’s a popular street food snack.
    • Hortobágyi Húsos Palacsinta – savoury pancakes filled with a mixture of meat, onions and spices, rolled and baked in the oven then served with sour cream.
    • Kürtőskalács (chimney cake) – a traditional Hungarian sweet and aromatic pastry. 
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