From campers to clubbers, sightseers to sunbathers, Hungary has something to suit everyone’s taste. Accommodation in Hungary is steadily becoming more and more popular, attracting over 8 million visitors every year. The country's long and imperial history has given rise to dazzling architecture, glorious cathedrals and splendid palaces within its cities. Holiday rentals here offers the chance to see the largest synagogue in Europe, as well as the famous Pannonhalma Archabbey- the second largest abbey in the world.
Whether you want to book an apartment in Hungary in summer or winter, you will have a great time, but with extremely different temperatures and climates. The weather can range from the extremes of -20°C to 39°C, which means that, depending on the type of holiday you want, you can undertake a various number of seasonal activities. Some prefer to explore museums and churches in mid-winter, whilst others prefer to sit on a park bench in the city square in the heat of the summer.
Budapest, the capital city, is the perfect location for all types of these Hungarian breaks, however your perfect holiday home in Hungary can be found all over the country. The capital is divided into two halves – Buda, with its famous castle and medieval streets, and Pest, the more cosmopolitan part of the city. Near the North of the city you can find a stunning panoramic view of the Danube Bend. Budapest also has an extensive social scene for those looking to spend their night in the city, and the variety of the nightlife here has resulted in a boom in the amount of tourists heading over to experience the bars and clubs. Alternatively, for an incredible cultural experience, art and architecture lovers should head to the beautiful town of Pecs, rent a cottage in Szeged in the south, or Eger in the north.
If you're in search of some traditional European cuisine, you should definitely book your holiday rental properties in Hungary. Hungarian food is sure to get your taste buds tingling, as this area is brimming with delicious cuisine. Traditional Hungarian recipes date back many centuries and maintain certain preparation methods and seasoning. The countries which neighbour Hungary have had a clear influence in its food. Romanian, German, Slovakian and Russian influences with the traditional Hungarian preparation methods form the fantastic cuisine which you can still enjoy today. Unicum, the national herbal liqueur, is pretty much Hungary’s national drink. Local Hungarian produce is often used within many of the dishes and cold smoked sausages, Grundel cheeses and fine wines all play a central role in the cuisine here.
There are also several UNESCO World Heritage sites within Hungary. The fantastic Buda Castle, the Caves of Slovak Karst, Hortobagy National Park, the Old Village of Holloko and the wine region of Tokai are all holders of this status. Accommodation in Hungary is the perfect place for any holiday; an idyllic view of great rolling hills, green plains, stunning clear lakes, picturesque villages, cute cottages and a richly cultural capital, history and nightlife. Hungary really does have something for everyone.
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