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Hungary Holidays 2020
Hungary is a fascinating country located in Central Europe, landlocked between other major destinations. Its capital, Budapest is an exciting city break destination and is split by its popular Danube River. One side being Buda and the other Pest, which the country’s stunning Chain Bridge connects together. Hungary has had many cultural influences over the years, mainly Turkish and Roman. One of the most distinct ways we witness these influences in Hungary are the through the increasing popularity in mineral spas.
Hungary at a glance
Explore the city
Head to the capital of Budapest for fascinating city breaks
Cultural hotspot not to miss
Bathing in one of Hungary's famous thermal baths is a must for a true Hungarian experience!
Fine dining scene
Head to one of Hungary's top restaurants for a taste of its traditional cuisine
Hit the nightlife & bar scene
Budapest has a unique style to experience when it comes to nightlife - be sure to check out the ruin bars!
Must-visit historical sites
Buda Castle, Hungarian Parliament Building & the Chain Bridge
Art & culture
Go to the opera or check out one of the country's fine art museums
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Things to do in Hungary
Dining in Hungary can be a wonderful experience with their eclectic mix of local and international dishes. If you’re looking for a restaurant with a view, head to those along the Danube River in Budapest. Feast on traditional Hungarian dishes such as goulash or gulyas, as well as other hearty stews combined with fresh vegetables. Due to Turkish influences in Hungary, it’s not unusual to come across many establishments or fast food vendors which sell kebabs and gyros.
The nightlife in Hungary is unique and truly one of a kind. You’ll find the usual bars, pubs and clubs around the country, but perhaps the most common yet unusual venues you’ll come across are ruin bars. It is what Hungary is known for. Budapest has a huge selection of ruin bars, all of which started back in 2001 with the grand opening of Szimpla Kert, the first and original ruin bar. Ruin bars incorporate the re-use of old ruined buildings which were abandoned at the end of World War II. Each ruin bar you visit will be completely different, and no two bars are the same. Providing unique atmospheres along with a combination of music, historical trinkets and affordable drinks.
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