Discover Hungary, our landlocked country full of water, through the eyes of National Geographic Photographer, Stephen Alvarez.
“If water is life in Hungary, then wine is blood, and the Tokaj region has been renowned for its sweet golden-colored Tokaji Aszú wine for centuries.”
“On peaceful mornings when the sun rises over the lake, the warm water and cool air blend into gently swirling mist, making it easy to drift back in time and see why people have been coming here for so long.”
The full article and video, which explore the country's rich landscape and culture, can be found here.
The Hungarian capital is called the spa capital of the world rightly so, since plenty of the countires thermal springs and spas can be found here.
Whether it is the country’s strong folk culture, spas and baths, the cowboys of the “puszta”, the beautiful Parliament building, the spicy and hearty cuisine favouring paprika, in Hungary you are guaranteed to find authentic, impulsive and profound experiences that will turn into memories you will remember for the rest of your life.
Budapest is not just the heart of Hungary, but also the heart of 125 thermal springs which made Budapest a secret garden of baths and spas.
The Hungarian Tourism Agency launched a campaign in the middle of May, 2018 with the slogan: “Budapest, the Spice of Europe”.
Hungary is famous for its excellent food, as traditional Hungarian cuisine is among the best and richest in Europe. The country is a land where people’s love of food make eating out an enjoyable experience for anyone who comes here. Creative recipes, quality ingredients, and friendly service meet in the country’s gastronomy, offering a vivid fusion of authentic and modern meals.
It is almost impossible to list everything that is worth doing, seeing or tasting in Hungary, and especially in the nation’s capital and largest city for hundreds of years – Budapest.