The Baradla-Domica caves, which welcome up to 200,000 visitors every year.
A few reasons why you should
|Hungary boasts Budapest, the "Pearl of the Danube:
one most beautiful capital cities in the world, enjoying a superb panorama
which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Our country is steeped in history, sometimes bloody and tragic but often happy and optimistic.
Where else can you find, side by side, Roman ruins from 2000 years ago, Turkish remains from the 17th Century and beautiful Romanesque churches?
Gaze in wonder at Europe's largest stalactite cave system, with
spectacular formations of stalactites and stalagmites. The whole area,
which has been designated a National Park, has been a UNESCO World
Heritage site since 1995.
Visit Lake Balaton, Central
Europe's largest lake, a natural paradise for grown ups as well as
children and wash away your aches and pains in one of the hundreds of
natural therapeutic mineral springs which gush up from the depths of the
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