Visit Budapest and explore the cobbled streets of Buda. In Pest admire the Hungarian parliament, Vajdahunyad Castle and the Museum of Applied Arts.

Follow the Danube to Esztergom and Szentendre Visegrad historic towns.

Visit the medieval centers of Sopron and Koszeg, located in the western Hungary.

Take a trip back in time in Holloko, exploring the remains of the castle from the thirteenth century.

Explore the northern shore of Lake Balaton.

Visit the city of Szeged, an economic and cultural center, which houses the most beautiful Orthodox church in the country.

Admire the fifth oldest university in Europe (1367) and the most beautiful example of Ottoman architecture in Hungary in Pecs.

Hike in the Zemplen, Bukk and Matra mountain ranges.

Visit the wine yards in Szépasszony and taste the delicious wine.

Relax at the thermal lake Heviz, near Lake Balaton. The water temperature is about 33ºC.

Visit the caves of Aggtelek National Park.

Hungary has a continental climate, with hot summers. During this period showers are common but in the second half of the season some regions are affected by drought. The average temperature in July is 22° C and -1° C in January. The average annual rainfall is about 600 mm. Because of its location in Central Europe, Hungary is a great place to visit all year long.



Situated 40 km from the capital city, Capriana monastery is one of the most beautiful  monasteries in Moldova. Also it’s the oldest monastery in the country, dating from back to the fifteen century, during the reign of Prince Alexandru cel Bun. Restored to its former glory in 2003, the Capriana monastery is the only one in Moldova that preserves the classic Moldavian architectural style.

Lake Balaton

Balaton is the largest lake in Europe and a true paradise for families and water sports enthusiasts. There are over 200 km of paths and tracks for bikes around the lake. Spring and autumn are the ideal seasons for riding and cycling. The average water temperature is 25 degrees Celsius, offering ideal conditions for swimming.

Thermal Baths

In Budapest you will find different types of baths, from Turkish and Roman to modern spa centers. The country is blessed with an abundance of hot springs with a temperature of 30° C, full of salts and minerals. These springs maintain the culture of baths since Roman times. Whether you are looking for relaxation, rejuvenation or recovery, Hungary certainly will satisfy your needs.