Hungary

Hungary Travel Guide

Articles about Hungary

By Jacqueline Gifford
With a focus on extended stays in port and in-depth shore excursions, river cruising has become one of the most popular ways to travel. And for the first time, the industry is going after multi-generational travel—with little ones. Adventures b...
By Colleen Clark

All you need is love—these swoon-worthy hotels take care of the rest.

By Travel + Leisure Staff

T+L’s insider’s guide to authentic eats in Europe, from a classic Parisian teahouse to great new British haunts in London.

By Travel + Leisure Staff
Borkonyha Wine Kitchen, Budapest: A fashionable bistro dedicated to Hungary’s woefully underrated wines. Late nights draw well-heeled locals for sautéed duck liver and freshwater trout with dill. 3 Sas Utca. $$$ Paraje Arevalo, Buenos Aires: On...

Hotels in Hungary

With 335 rooms and 31 suites, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is the largest in Budapest and is known for its excellent service, high-design public spaces, and cutting-edge list of restaurants, including a new Nobu restaurant (the first to open in Central Europe).

Restaurants in Hungary

Initially a tiny bar, this stylish bistro that's popular with locals now occupies an expansive space in Budapest's hopping 5th District. Attracting students, ex-pats, and upscale natives, Cafe Kor feels pleasantly Mediterranean in its orange hues and bentwood furnishings.

Things to do in Hungary

This uncommon cafe and restaurant in the city center has a singular passion: the preparation, and preservation of Hungarian strudel.