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Situated on the Pannonian plain, Hungary is today a reflection of all the events that have taken place there in the past. Due to its location as a crossroads, it has played an important role since the Middle Ages in the exchange of cultures and until the end of World War I was part of the great Austro-Hungarian Empire. One of the main claims of this country is its capital, Budapest. One of the most fascinating European destinations, both for its impressive monuments and palaces and for its peculiar cafes, its melodious music and its wide range of cultural and recreational events. You decide if you prefer to stay in a letting in the centre of a big city or in a holiday home close to nature.
But also the Balaton Lake , the Hungarian sea, attracts every year thousands of tourists who come eager to enjoy its resorts and spas, as well as its charming villages that still keep alive their oldest traditions. Among the most beautiful are the medieval and baroque villages of Sopron, Pecs, Eger and Györ, located in the Hungarian plains. In addition its spectacular natural spaces such as the caves of Aggtelek or the National Park of Hortobagy. Some of them are considered among the best in the continent for bird watching.
Hungary: Experience popular festivals, events and cuisine in your holiday rental
Hungary is a country rich in traditions, which is reflected in the popular celebrations that take place throughout the year. Among the most outstanding are the Busojaras (carnival), the Parad, with musical performances and handicraft exhibitions, the International Fair, the Dreher Beer Festival and the Wine Festival. But there are also important events such as the Hortobagy International Equestrian Days or the Formula I race in Hungaroring. If you decide to book your holiday rental in Hungary at one of these celebrations you will have a great time.
During your stay, do not miss the opportunity to taste some of the typical delicacies of the area. Hungarians have a very powerful cuisine that is served in abundant quantities, where the main ingredients are meat, fat and spices. Which makes it unsuitable for delicate stomachs. Some of the most outstanding dishes are gulyas, pörkölt, halaszle and rantott hus. All of them with strong but delicious flavours. Don't forget to accompany them with some of the wines made in the country, in the regions of Tojak, Villany and Lake Balaton.
Did you know that Budapest's metro is the oldest on the European continent? It was built in 1896
Top 5 Essentials from Hungary
1. Visit the beautiful and lively Budapest. The Hungarian capital combines the beauty of Vienna and the lively nightlife of Prague. All this bathed by the Danube which is precisely in this city where it reaches its most spectacular environment. But Budapest also has a wide variety of tourist attractions, so you won't find a minute to get bored.
2. Take a route through their majestic castles. Hungary has a wide range of castles that seem to be taken from authentic fairy tales. The most beautiful is, without a doubt, the Fertöd, known as the Versailles of Hungary. But Siklos and Sarospatak are also worth a visit.
3. Get to know the fascinating history of Hungary through its cities. The Hungarians have been under the power of Turks, Mongols and Austrians, and under the communist regime. For this reason, its historical heritage is impressive, with churches of different religions and squares full of sculptures that tell the events that took place in each place. But also its architecture is full of contrasts, so it is not strange to find mansions right next to communist cement buildings.
4. Bathe in a thermal pool with temperatures below zero. You've probably been to a spa before, but you've probably never bathed in an outdoor pool at 36 degrees while snowflakes fall on your head. This is what you will find in many thermal baths in this country and you can be sure that it is an experience that is never forgotten. If you prefer, you can do it in Heviz on a lake, which enjoys year-round temperatures of 30 degrees.
5. Take a cruise on the Danube. In Budapest you will find a large number of bus boats that are part of the public transport network of the city and have a very economical price. In addition, children under the age of 6 travel free of charge. A perfect plan to get to know the city from other perspectives.
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Now that you know everything this fascinating country has to offer, you're sure to be looking forward to your next holiday. As long as you can get everything organized. At Holidu we offer you the possibility of using our search assistant to find the perfect accommodation for your stay. Enter the dates you have available and choose the features and services you would like to enjoy. In a few seconds we will show you the holiday rentals in Hungary that best suit your preferences. Quick, easy and intuitive!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Hungary
Hungary is one of the cheapest countries in Europe! For a stay here you will pay around £91.39 per night.
If it is your aim to save the maximum amount during your visit to Hungary, pack your bags and travel there in October (£77.48 per night on average), January (£78.85), or September (£79.83) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In 2020, the month that had the highest annual average in Hungary was July, with an average price of £119.25 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of £105.87, and June, with £103.49.
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Hungary, as only 40% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are June (with an availability of 65.25%), May (55.8%), and September (49.75%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Hungary are, in order, March (with 29.5% of available rentals), February (30.4%), and December (31%).
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