Accommodation In Hungary
Make it memorable in Budapest and beyond
Perhaps one of the most vibrant capital cities in Europe, Budapest treats visitors to a smorgasbord of architectural beauty, vivid culture and culinary adventure. Relish the Gothic Revival style of the incomparable Parliament building or visit one of the many thermal baths. To the north, Eger boasts the best Hungarian red wines, while the city of Miskolc is surrounded by the Bukk Mountains and home to the magical cave bath of Miskolc-Tapolca.
The accommodation through these areas provides ample selection for every type of traveller. In Budapest, many hotels range from the grandeur of the 5-star Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace to the more modest Gardonyi Guesthouse. Both Eger and Miskolc also offer good variety with a number of smaller boutiques.
Lazing lakeside in Lake Balaton and traversing the Transdanubian region
Lake Balaton is the largest lake in central Europe and a region of its own in the larger Transdanubia area, providing balmy blue waters and stunning scenery. Beyond the lake, Transdanubian cities such as Bikal and Pecs are worth a visit for their charming Baroque architecture and insight into the Hungarian culture.
The range of accommodation through the Lake Balaton area is diverse. From university dormitories and private guest houses, to hotels and campsites, you are sure to find a room for a night or more. The Puncher Castle in Bikal offers memorable accommodation and there is a great selection of smaller boutiques located throughout Pecs.
The legend of the Great Hungarian Plain
The Great Hungarian Plain is the subject of local legend with many songs and stories written about the shepherds and horsemen. It is a seemingly endless stretch of level grounds that have been transformed into farmland. You may want to visit the Hortobagy national park to discover the talent and tradition of the Hungarian cowboys, as well as the astonishingly beautiful sunsets.
Debrecen is the second largest city in the country and a fantastic base from which to enjoy the great Hungarian Plains. 4- and 5-star luxury hotels showcase romantic architecture and extreme comfort, while boutique offerings are conveniently coupled with quality amenities.