In the heart of Europe lies a country famed for its exquisite wines and thermal waters. This is the land of Tokaji Aszú, one of the finest sweet wines on Earth, a nation with more thermal springs than any other on the continent. One that is landlocked yet can still be called ’Land of Waters’, containing the largest biologically active thermal lake in the world suitable for bathers.
A land where tradition, history and a glamorous modern lifestyle go hand in hand, reflected in a Michelin-starred gastronomy that embraces new trends while honouring its stellar past. In Hungary, there’s usually something historic or contemporary to attract you, the atmosphere vibrant and relaxing at the same time. It could be the strong folk culture, the spas and baths, the cowboys of the Great Plain, Budapest’s beautiful Parliament building, the spicy, hearty cuisine based on seasonal produce, the fine wines – your experiences here will be authentic, carefree and profound, leaving long-lasting memories. They will probably involve water in some shape, way or form. You’ll soak in the beautiful thermal baths, spas and Lakes Balaton and Tisza, gaze at the Danube as it elegantly divides the capital into Buda and Pest, local sportsmen kayaking past arenas where major sports events take place.
In all, Hungary has more than 1,400 springs, more than 200 thermal baths and 40 spa hotels. This is also a land of creative cuisine, high-quality ingredients and genuinely friendly service, all combining to provide a unique dining experience. New restaurants, bistros and street-food outlets dot all corners of the capital. Fine-dining enthusiasts have the choice of several Michelin-starred restaurants in Budapest, all within the city centre.
Discover the wonders of Hungary and make memories you will remember for the rest of your life. Visit Hungary!