Székesfehérvár is with its rich past and wealthy future one of the most iconic cities in the Central Transdanubia region.
There is something about Pécs that makes you fall in love with it.
The Hungarian December traditions are an interesting combination of religious Christian celebrations and folk tales that have been passed down from generation to generation.
Visegrád is THE castle in Hungary. The castle of castles. And if you think you have seen a beautiful panorama, you ain’t seen nothing yet!
Debrecen is with its 201.000 inhabitants the second largest city in Hungary, and while being familiar with so many beautiful Hungarian cities, the expectations were very high when visiting Debrecen!
In the heart of the east Mecsek Mountains, not far away from the idyllic Óbánya and Püspökszentlászló, you can find the Máré Vára fortress.
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.
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.
If you ever plan a trip to Lake Balaton, the peninsula Tihany is absolutely a must-visit.
If you are looking to experience the Balaton region from the viewpoint of a 13th century king, you are welcome to visit the former residence of King Béla IV.