Category: Hungary

UNESCO World Heritage site in Budapest converted into a luxurious hotel; Times of India

Photo: Matild Palace FB

The Matild Palace, a famous UNESCO World Heritage site in Budapest has been converted into a luxurious hotel. The palace was commissioned back in 1902 by Maria Klotild, the ArchDuchess of Hungo-Austria Empire. It took nearly five years to renovate the palace and turn it into a hotel.

Source: UNESCO World Heritage site in Budapest converted into a luxurious hotel

9 Things To Know Before Your First Trip To Budapest, Hungary; Sharon Odegaard; TravelAwaits

Photo: Sharon Odegaard

Here’s what you need to know before your first trip to Budapest, a city of contrasts where high culture and quirk come together to delight.

Source: 9 Things To Know Before Your First Trip To Budapest, Hungary – TravelAwaits

Matild Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Budapest – now officially open; CPP Luxury

Photo: CPP Luxury

Source: Matild Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Budapest – now officially open

EC Contacts Gov’t Over Hungary’s Lake Fertő Construction; Tamas Faski; Hungary Today

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The commission has begun informal proceedings to check whether the government’s construction around Lake Fertő are violating the laws of the European Union.

Source: EC Contacts Gov’t Over Hungary’s Lake Fertő Construction

UNESCO demands stopping Lake Fertő development project; Plamen Petrov; Mayor

Photo: Balazs Barnucz, Wikipedia (CC BY SA-3.0)

UNESCO has sent a sharp letter calling on the Hungarian government to scrap the Lake Fertő development project or risk losing the Outstanding Universal Value status for this World Heritage site.

Source: UNESCO demands stopping Lake Fertő development project | TheMayor.EU

Discover the most beautiful libraries of Hungary; Eszter Mrazik; Daily News Hungary

Photo credit: MTI/Cseke Csilla

Must-visit spots for lovers of books and/or architecture. 🇭🇺 📚🏛️ #Hungary #Budapest #Keszthely #Eger #Pannonhalma #Zirc #Sárospatak #libraries

Source: Discover the most beautiful libraries of Hungary – PHOTOS

4 reasons to visit Esterházy Palace in Fertőd; Nora Csecsei; Daily News Hungary

Visit the Esterházy Palace and experience the Baroque-Rococo grandeur of the 18th century! #Hungary #history #art #travel

Source: 4 reasons to visit Esterházy Palace in Fertőd − PHOTOS

UNESCO village Hollókő to reopen, celebrate Pentecost; Daily News Hungary

UNSECO World Heritage village Hollókő will again reopen #hungary

Source: UNESCO village Hollókő to reopen, celebrate Pentecost

Discover the fabulous Hungarian wine region, Tokaj; Kitti Tordai; Daily News Hungary

Discover the beautiful landscape of #Tokaj #Wine Region #Hungary #UNESCO #WorldHeritageSite

Source: Discover the fabulous Hungarian wine region, Tokaj – VIDEO

5 interesting facts about Hungary’s largest and oldest national park; Peter Licskay; Daily News Hungary

If you visit Hungary, you need to see at least one national park #nature #natureisbeautiful #hungary #dailynewshungary.

Source: 5 interesting facts about Hungary’s largest and oldest national park

A good destination to visit in Hungary after the epidemic: Lake Fertő; John Woods; Daily News Hungary

#Wonders await all those who want to #relax after the hard months of the #coronavirus. #Hungary #Hungarian #Fertő #lake #travel #holiday #tourism

Source: A good destination to visit in Hungary after the epidemic: Lake Fertő

Explore the sights around Buda Castle – for free!; Kessler Gretchen; We Love Budapest

Buda Castle has any number of paid-for sights and attractions but you can explore this historic quarter for free – with panoramic views thrown in.

Source: Explore the sights around Buda Castle – for free!

Pannonhalma Archabbey – The most remarkable historical place in Hungary; Gergely Kolba; Daily News Hungary

Have you ever been here? #hungary #dailynewshungary #pannonhalma

Source: Pannonhalma Archabbey – The most remarkable historical place in Hungary

World Heritage Site Buda Castle Hill Funicular Built 150 Years Ago; Fanni Kaszas; Hungary Today

One of the most popular tourist attractions of the Hungarian capital, the Buda Castle Funicular, turned 150 years old yesterday. The funicular, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Danube panorama, links the Adam Clark Square and the Széchenyi Chain Bridge at river level to Buda Castle, and was inaugurated in 1870 as the second such means of transport in the world.

Source: World Heritage Site Buda Castle Hill Funicular Built 150 Years Ago – Hungary Today

Find history, heritage, and beauty on Hungary’s National Blue Trail; Tim Wenger; Matador Network

Europe’s oldest official long-distance hiking trail.

Source: Find history, heritage, and beauty on Hungary’s National Blue Trail

A Timeless Journey Through the Hidden Treasures of the Tokaj Wine Region; Fanni Kaszas; Hungary Today

Home of the legendary Aszú white wines, Tokaj wine region is located in northeastern Hungary. Named after the town of Tokaj, the region’s former commercial center, it is a relatively small wine region of around 5,500 hectares of vineyards. From wine tastings, excursions, producer’s markets, and great restaurants, the region offers a lot for tourists.

Source: A Timeless Journey Through the Hidden Treasures of the Tokaj Wine Region – Hungary Today

24 Things to See and Do in Budapest; Matt; Nomadic Matt

Planning a trip to Budapest? Here is Matt’s list of the best things to see and do in the city to help you have the best trip possible!

Source: 24 Things to See and Do in Budapest (Updated 2020)

The most famous cave of Hungary will soon offer medical treatments; Gergely Kolba; Daily News Hungary

Have you ever been to a Hungarian cave? #hungary #dailynewshungary

Source: The most famous cave of Hungary will soon offer medical treatments

Budapest, Hungary: How to get there, where to stay and what to do; Lucy Hilton; MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Get the most out of Hungary’s capital…

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Nine reasons to look beyond Budapest; Adrian Phillips; National Geographic

From culture to cuisine, wildlife to watersports, Hungary has much to tempt the traveler to go further than the bright lights of Budapest.

Source: Nine reasons to look beyond Budapest

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