Hungary

Hungary Travel Guide

Articles about Hungary

By Melissa Locker
Deep in the basement of a Budapest apartment building lies one of the city’s best kept—albeit noisiest—secrets: the Flipper Muzeum, Hungary’s only museum dedicated to pinball. Opened in April 2014 by pinball enthusiast Balazs Palfi, the museum ...
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.

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

Ground zero for Budapest's in-crowd, this hip eatery in the city's vibrant downtown melds sophisticated cuisine with a hopping bar scene. Recently reimagined as an Italian restaurant, Tom-George has an open fireplace, and a killer city view.

Things to do in Hungary

The most tourist-oriented of the Balaton wineries, but also one of the most scenic places to try Hungaricum.