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A landlocked country in Europe, Hungary is bordered by Austria, Serbia and Ukraine. Sitting at the crossroads of Europe, the country fuses old Europe with its mix of Communist-era grittiness and Hapsburg grandeur. Due to its strategic location, historically, Hungary has been subjected to attacks and has been in the hands of multiple rulers. Roman and Turkish influence on Hungarian culture includes the popularity of mineral spas, and spices. Hungary has a remarkable history and rich cultural heritage, the country is home to an array of architectural marvels, state-of-the-art museums, and landmarks, such as Hungarian Parliament, Buda Castle, Castle of Visegrad, Benedictine Abbey, Caves of Lillafured, Hungarian Open-Air Museum, Siklos Castle, Esterhazy Palace, Festetics Palace, Cathedral of St. Peter (Pecs Cathedral), and Gallery of Modern Hungarian Art. The cosmopolitan country has retained its traditions of winemaking, classical music, and Hungarians have also revived their elegant, Vienna-style cafe culture. Capital city Budapest is among Europe’s top tourist destinations but there is much to explore beyond. Szentendre, Sopron, Szeged, Debrecen and Pecs are towns steeped in Hungarian culture. Nature lovers can explore Aggtelek National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Szalajka Valley, Gaja Ravine, Lake Balaton, and Megyer-hegy Mountain Lake.
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Budapest is the capital of Hungary and among the top travel destinations in Eastern Europe. The river Danube flows between the city and dissects the hilly Buda side from the flatter Pest. Known for its sweeping views over the Danube, Budapest is a gem in terms of architectural beauty with many neo-classical, art-nouveau, baroque and eclectic buildings lining its streets. The Hungarian Parliament Building and the Szechenyi Chain Bridge are emblematic of the city of Budapest. The city has a rich past and the Turkish influence of the Ottoman Empire is reflected in the city’s exotic thermal baths. Gellert Baths and Szechenyi Baths are the most popular historic baths in Budapest. To acquaint oneself with the city’s Jewish heritage, visitors can explore the Jewish district where they will come across Synagogues, Kosher restaurants, and, Jewish history museums. The area is concentrated with many Ruin Pubs which are native to Budapest and extremely popular among tourists. There are umpteen monuments, museums, and landmarks spread all over Budapest for visitors to explore such as Fisherman's Bastion, Matthias Church, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Hosok Tere Square, Hungarian State Opera House, Great Market Hall, Shoes on the Danube, Vajdahunyad Castle, Ethnographic Museum, Hungarian National Gallery, and Hungarian National Museum.


Located in northern Hungary, Eger is famed for its elegant Baroque buildings. The city is home to several ornate churches and some of the best thermal spas in the country. Eger is a hidden gem which is far from the tourist crowds. The city is overlooked by one of the most important medieval castles in Hungary, Eger Castle, which offers sweeping views of Eger. For history enthusiasts who like to dig deep, Eger has multiple remnants of its bloody Ottoman occupation including the Minaret and the Turkish Spa. Eger has many interesting museums, such as Astronomical Museum and Camera Obscura, Memorial Museum of Geza Gardonyi, and Dobo Istvan War Museum. Other notable landmarks in Eger include County Hall, Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Apostle, Church of Anthony of Padua, Archbishop's Garden, De La Motte Castle Noszvaj, Dobo Istvan Square, and Minorite Church. Towards Eger’s western edge, the Valley of the Beautiful Woman offers an array of vineyards and wine cellars. They are famous for producing Hungary’s red wine, Bikaver, also known as ‘Bull’s Blood’ because of its deep color.


Keszthely is located on the western shore of Lake Balaton. The largest city by the lake and among the most important economic, cultural, and educational hubs in the region. Due to its favorable location and accessibility by both rail and road, Keszthely is a preferred holiday destination. Settled since Roman times, Keszthely is a former market town. Major attractions here include Zalaszantoi Sztupa, Town Hall, Rezi Castle, Synagogue, Goldmark House, Simon House, Holy Trinity Square, Our Lady of Hungary Parish Church, Former Franciscan Monastery, and Little Saint Therese Basilica and Monastery.

Best Time to Visit Hungary
The best time to take Hungary flights is from June to August which is the peak tourist season. For those who wish to take cheap flights to Hungary, for them, months from March to May and months from September to November are ideal, when the weather is amiable, and the country isn’t overflowing with tourists.
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