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Bed en breakfast in Hungary
Hungary as a holiday destination might not be as prime a choice as countries like Italy or France, but it’s at least just as inviting. Discover this Central-European country and stay in bed & breakfasts, lodges or guesthouses. Tour the country by car or bicycle and make sure that you follow the legendary route from Budapest to Vienna along the Danube.
Bed & Breakfast in Budapest
Budapest, the ‘Pearl of the Danube’, is a composition of the names Buda and Pest. Buda is the older part of the city with Castle Hill as its focal point. The Royal Palace is located on top of this hill and offers attractions such as the History Museum and the National Gallery. The Fisherman’s Bastion is also worth a visit. If you’ve had enough of busy traffic, visit pedestrian-friendly Margaret Island in the Danube. Here, you’ll find all you need for varied day excursions, including gardens, ancient ruins, swimming pools and an open-air theatre. Follow the Chain Bridge to the baroque-style Pest district and admire the towering dome of St. Stephen’s Basilica. Visit the Vajdahunyad Castle, which looks like something straight from a fairy tale. During the summer, it’s possible to ride pedal boats on the lake and, if you come in August, you should definitely attend the awesome Sziget music festival!
B&B on Lake Balaton
Lake Balaton is the largest lake in Europe. On misty days, you can’t even see the opposite shore. Here, you can swim, go sailing, water-ski or earn your skipper’s license. The best-known resort is Siofok, which is especially popular among young people. If you’d like to combine beach life with culture, Keszthely – with a beautiful old city centre – is the ideal destination. Access to Varosi beach is subject to a small admission fee, which buys you the comfort of beach umbrellas and the use of a swimming pool and food stalls. There are other lovely beaches at Zanka, at Balatonfured and on the Tihany peninsula. Many thermal springs are located along the northern shores of the lake and the Hévís thermal lake is known for its pleasant 38 °C temperature.
Bed and Breakfast in Pécs
The title of ‘European Capital of Culture 2010’ has put the southern city of Pécs on the map. And rightly so, because this small city has plenty to offer. Most important is its interesting blend of architectural styles and Mediterranean climate. Take in the atmosphere on the beautifully cobbled Szénchenyi square with its former mosque, now a Christian church. Today, the former Nádor Hotel is a modern gallery, though it still oozes the grandeur of years gone by. The Dom dominates the inner city, which is listed as a World Heritage Site. One of the main attractions is the ancient crypt that can be visited in the company of a guide. Pécs also has many museums and friendly terraces for a pleasant way to while away the hours. If you’d like to do something unique, visit the Sunday morning flea market. We promise you a true eye-popping experience! You can really buy anything here, while the flea market also serves as a social meeting place for Hungarians.
Book your B&B in Hungary now!
So, do you want to discover one-of-a-kind Hungary for yourself? If you visit different regions and stay in bed and breakfasts, you’ll enjoy more interaction with the local population and get to know more about the country. Find your ideal B&B, lodge or guesthouse in Hungary and plan a holiday worth looking forward to!