Travelling is great, but let’s be honest, it can be very expensive! From that perspective, Hungary is a great choice as your next holiday destination.
In the heart of the east Mecsek Mountains, not far away from the idyllic Óbánya and Püspökszentlászló, you can find the Máré Vára fortress.
Food is one of the pillars of the Hungarian culture, and whereas we may be familiar with the Hungarian roots of goulash, sour cream and sweet paprika powder, what many of you probably don’t know is that sweets and deserts play an even bigger role in the Hungarian gastronomy.
Püspökszentlászló has a name that is impossible to pronounce but the cutest little village in the middle of nowhere and an imposing castle that you simply cannot miss when visiting the area.
Green fertile hills, a Mediterranean climate and hot summers; Hungary has all the ingredients to make great wines. And guess what? They do!
Lake Dombay is a small lake in the middle of the Mecsek Mountains, surrounded by green hills and sounds of nature.
There is no need to travel far from the capital to experience a totally different perspective of the country, as just half an hour away you can pay a royal visit to the elegant residence of (among others) the beloved Princess Sisi.
Tapolca is what I would call a pearl underneath the ground, and if you are looking for an unusual adventure, Tapolca is exactly the right place for you!
Óbánya is located in the most southern county of Hungary, Baranya, at half an hour driving from Pécs.
If you ever plan a trip to Lake Balaton, the peninsula Tihany is absolutely a must-visit.