Matraderecske: mofetta (dry CO2 bath) with health effects
Parad: the centre of “Palóc Land”. Sights: the famous red marble Cifra Stable, the Carriage Museum and the glassworks.
Paradsasvar: the former mansion of Mihály Károlyi, first Hungarian prime minister.
2. Turkish Baths in Eger
It is a memory of the bathing culture created under Ottoman occupation. The medicinal water is recommended for locomotor disorders.
3.Tar - Holloko - Paszto
Tar: memorial stupa for Korosi Csoma Sandor, the researcher of the Hungarian original home, the author of the first Tibetish – English dictionary
Holloko: the first village to be listed as a World Heritage sight.
Paszto: brandy distillery with brandy tasting.
4. Belapatfalva - Szilvasvarad
Szilvasvarad: journey on the small train in Szalajka Valley to the cave of the prehistoric man. Fatyol stepped cascade, open-air Forestry Museum, lakes with trout, Pallavicini Mansion, trout picnic (guests can bake their own trout by open-fire), Lippizans horse-breeding centre and horse shows.
5.Noszvaj – Thummerer Cellar
Excellent wine-growing of the wine-district of Eger, wine tasting.
6. Egerszalok – thermal spring
Sights of Budapest - 2018.03.26.
Budapest, lying on both banks of the Danube, is a city which offers many historical and cultural sights.
The two banks of the Danube from Margaret Island to Gellert Hill, the Buda Castle Quarter, the Andrássy út and its historical environment are all the part of the World Heritage.
Some of the outstanding buildings are the Opera House, the Ballet Institute and the Music Academy. Under the street there is the Millenium Underground Railway, which was the first on the continent. Andrássy út leads to Heroes’ Square. The statues of outstanding Hungarian rulers and leaders stand in the semicircular colonnade. On the two sides of the square there are the Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery.
Thanks for the fantastic weekend in Budapest - 2018.03.26.
The fine hotel with a wonderful atmosphere and the walking on my last day made my stay unforgettable in Budapest. Thanks for the many information of your website. It was a wonderful experience to walk over the Chain Bridge and to admire some interesting views of the lightened Buda Castle, the Gellert Hill and the Liberty Statue.