Cheap Flights to Hungary
The favourite tourist destination in Hungary has to be Budapest, which is fast becoming one of the most popular cities to visit in Europe. There are so many tourist attractions within the area that it would probably not be necessary for any visitors to travel out and explore any other part of the country.
For health enthusiasts and for those who like to be pampered, there are over one thousand three hundred thermal springs and baths for you to choose from. But if you came for the culture then your first stop would have to be the famous Budas Castle which is listed as a UNESCO heritage site and is located next to the beautiful Danube river.
In 1849 the first suspension bridge was constructed across the Danube connecting the two towns of Pest and Buda and the two cities were unified to become Budapest in 1873. Today the Szechenyi Chain Bridge has become a famous landmark and was recently involved in a stunt when a pilot flew underneath it, upside down!
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The bend in the Danube which is a days trip from the city, is also a stunningly beautiful area that also attracts many local people, who enjoy being in a fresh natural and unspoilt environment. The towns of Szentendre, Visegrad and Esztergom, are all probably the three most interesting places to go to when visiting this valley location.
Lake Balaton is the largest lake in central Europe and although it is landlocked, it is commonly referred to as Hungary's sea. The lake has many camping and entertainment facilities that attract people from all over the region who like to come and relax in this stunning landscape.
In the Northern region in the historical town of Eger, there is the very famous castle which the Hungarians used to defend the town against the Turkish army in the mid 16th century.
Szeged in the South has beautiful buildings with wide avenues and has the national theatre, the Grof-palace and other listed monuments for visitors to admire.