Address: Eger, Vár 1, 3300 Hungary.
This is a historic castle in the city of Eger. It is a memorial that the Turkish army attached to this fort and Hungarians defeated them. You can explore the architecture, Castle walls, and exhibitions and enjoy the beauty of surrounding gardens.
Address: Budapest, Szent György tér 2, 1014 Hungary.
This is an amazing Baroque palace which was built during the period of Hungarian Kings in Budapest. A combination of middle Ages, Baroque, Baroque Revival architecture, Art Nouveau architectural styles used for this Palace. In 1987, this castle was designated as a UNESCO Heritage site.
This UNESCO Heritage site spreads around 800kmsq is the best site to explore the cultural history of Hungary. You can find amazing species of plants, flowers, birds, and animals over here. This includes a vast area of plains and wetlands.
Danube River divided Budapest into two parts and flows from North to South Hungary. A 19th-century chain bridge connects these two cities of Buda and Pest. You can find historic sites, monuments, churches, bridges and so many things on both sides of the river.
Address: Miskolc, Hámor stny. 1, 3517 Hungary.
Lillafüred is famous for the three natural caves like Anna Cave, Szeleta Cave, and Istvan Cave. This is a prominent tourist destination in Hungary. Other attractions are Hanging Gardens, Hamori Lake, Palace Hotel, Hámor Rock, and Miller’s Rock.
Address: Pécs, Dóm tér 2, 7621 Hungary.
This is a popular Catholic Church in Pecs, Hungary. It attracts visitors with amazing Romanesque Revival architecture. This was the burial site of a Roman Chapel. It has two lateral towers, Gothic chapels, etc to visit.
Address: Hévíz, Lake Hévíz, 8380 Hungary.
Take a bath at this World’s largest thermal Lake to rejuvenate your mind and body. You can enjoy indoor and outdoor baths in thermal water with massaging facilities. The water in the lake is replenished every 72 hours.
Address: Visegrád, Várhegy, 2025 Hungary.
This Royal Palace was built in 1316 by Charles I and attracts visitors with its brilliant architecture. This palace is situated in the old town of Visegrad. During the 15th century, the Palace has so many renovations under the rule of King Matthias and at present, you can explore a museum where you can understand the history of Hungary.
This National Park was established in 1985 in Northern Hungary. You can find large natural limestone caves and surface formations in this park and you can find nearly more than 300 caves over here. You can find the largest stalactite cave in Europe over her. The park is listed as a UNESCO Heritage site.
Address: Fertőd, Joseph Haydn u. 2, 9431 Hungary.
This is one of the most visited buildings in Hungary. It was built by Prince Nikolaus Esterhazy during 1760. This palace is also known as ‘Hungarian Versailles’. It attracts visitors with an amazing Rococo style of architecture. This palace has a total of 126 rooms.