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

Opened in 2008, this boutique hotel is located in one of the most diverse and engaging neighborhoods in Budapest. Famed shopping mecca Vaci Street is just steps away, and the Danube, the city's theater district, as well as dozens of historical attractions, are also nearby.

Restaurants in Hungary

A unique take on fine dining, this glamorous eatery in Hotel Andrássy was opened by Hungarian chef Viktor Segal and his Israeli partner, Baraka and was among the first restaurants to offer Western-style haute cuisine in Budapest.

Things to do in Hungary

Wildly popular with the college crowd, this avant-garde clothier in downtown Pest majors in originality. Retrock stocks experimental clothing by cutting-edge Hungarian designers, more specifically, unique men's and women's pieces blending the vintage with the new.