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Lake Fertő is the Carpathian basin’s second largest lake; since 2001, the lake and the surrounding region have been considered a UNESCO World Heritage site. The lake is a natural marvel bursting with unique biodiversity and scenic landscape. It offers plenty of man-made attractions as well.
Travelo.hu listed the most beautiful castles in the country; the trick lies in deciding which one you want to see first. Do you want to take a carriage ride along the black pines in Keszthely, maybe have a picnic and treat yourself to a wine tasting? Or do you want to get a glimpse of the life of count Almásy and his servants in Gyula? Or maybe you would rather start by experiencing the extravagance of 19th century aristocratic balls in Tolcsva? History lessons have never been this fun!
SZÉCHENYI CASTLE IN NAGYCENK
This castle is on our list mainly because its park was once the most popular venue for taking wedding pictures. Also, the rows of linden-trees in front of the entrance are so unique that they made it onto the UNESCO world heritage list. One and a half years ago a permanent exhibition was opened. This lets the visitors walk through the castle, room by room, and experience a day in the Count’s life.
Read more from source: Must-see castles of Hungary – Daily News Hungary
Magical Hungarian villages in all parts of the country provide great opportunity for peaceful relaxation and immersion in culture and history.
Magyarorszagom.hu reports that it is not necessary to go abroad to experience magical things as Hungary is abundant in breathtaking sites that are worth a visit. In the following, you can get to know 5 Hungarian villages that must be visited at least once when you are in Hungary. Get ready for the journey!
Jósvafő is located in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county, along the Jósva stream. It is around 65 kilometres away from Miskolc, exactly in the middle of the Aggtelek National Park. It has a more than 600-year-old history: it was 1st mentioned in 1272 when it was already named Ilsuafey that refers to “being located at the root of the stream”.
The village gives home to the Directorate of the Aggtelek National Park the karst formations and caves of which is part of the UNESCO’s World Heritage since 1995.
Fertőrákos is located in Győr-Moson-Sopron county. It is outstanding among other Hungarian villages because of its rich historical and cultural background.