Hungary Travel Guide
A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying in castles, ashrams, tropical tree houses, and tented safari camps.
A great place to stroll whether shopping or not, this massive and appealing 1896 structure is the largest indoor marketplace in Budapest.
This uncommon cafe and restaurant in the city center has a singular passion: the preparation, and preservation of Hungarian strudel.
The classic bath house has three outdoor pools and eight indoor thermal baths.
A modern winery on an ancient site, making Rieslings and other white wines with zing.
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.
The most tourist-oriented of the Balaton wineries, but also one of the most scenic places to try Hungaricum.