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A medium-sized country situated in the very heart of Europe with a stirring history and great cultural and scientific accomplishments. That's Hungary.

This nation has given much to the World, from the inventor of the computer, the discoverer of Vitamin C to the inventor of the hologram. Hungary has proven its tremendous cultural and scientific strength. Hungarians are admired for their hospitality, love of freedom, they creative talent and scientific inclinations. This country was once considered as the "eastern bastion of Christianity", and has always been a unique country with a unique language and a rich past.

When visiting Budapest you will find yourself in a city rich in history and beautiful architecture, either old or new from the point of view of the style.

With its romantic Danube River, and Buda Hills to the west and the start of the Great Plain to the east, Budapest is the most beautiful city in central Europe. And the human legacy is just as remarkable as Mother Nature’s. Architecturally, Budapest is a real treasure, with a great number of baroque, neoclassical, Eclectic and art nouveau (or Secessionist) buildings to satisfy anyone’s taste. With parks brimming with attractions, museums filled with treasures, pleasure boats sailing up and down the scenic Danube and Turkish-era thermal baths belching steam, the Hungarian capital is a delight both by day and by night. The food and wine are excellent, cheap and in abundance and the nightlife is hot. Indeed, in recent years, Budapest has taken on the role of the region’s party town; especially in the warmer months when outdoor entertainment areas called kertek (literally ‘gardens’) welcome the visitors.

The Hungarian capital offers you beautiful views and sites on both sides of the River Danube. In this lively city you might like to take sightseeing bus tours or cruises on the River Danube – there are several options to choose from. We do recommend you visit the picturesque renaissance and baroque castles and churches, see fortresses, go bird watching, and attend a large number of cultural events, festivals, concerts.