A region of vineyards, charming villages and beautiful lakes, this region is gateway to some real adventures. Central Transdanubia is a wonderfully inviting part of Hungary, which is located next to Slovakia, where you'll also find cute holiday homes Zilina and Presov apartments. Vineyards and old fortresses give it a fairytale-like atmosphere, while the region possesses a deep and rich history. Hunters and fisherman will love its woods and waters, while anyone who enjoys a glass of wine will feel very at home here.
Visit Lake Velence for watersports - During your Central Transdanubia holidays
Anyone wanting to enjoy the great outdoors should look to stay in holiday rentals central Transdanubia. Lake Velence is a paradise for people who like to enjoy water sports such as kayaking or wakeboarding, while the less active can simply relax in the sunshine on its banks. Fisherman can test themselves in waters which have been used for international fishing competitions, while bird watchers will love the habitat provided by venues like Dinnyés.Anyone staying in Central Transdanubia holiday lettings may also enjoy a trip to the woods of the region. Bakony, Vértes or Gerecse all offer great hunting and hiking opportunities, with deer, wild boar and mouflon plentiful, as well as hundreds of bird species. Tourists ill love the mysterious atmosphere provided by the caves and fortresses which are dotted in the woods.
Try the local hungarian cuisine - During your stay in one of the holiday rentals Central Transdanubia
The region is also known for its porcelain manufacture, and visitors can explore this heritage in the town of Herend. A museum houses a vast collection of ceramic work from the past and present. The town of Ajka houses the Crystal Museum, where anyone visitors staying in holiday lettings Central Transdanubia can learn about the region's history of glass making. There are three major wine regions in the area, all offering different tastes of the landscape. The Mór and Ászár-Neszmély regions produce some fine dry white wines, while wines from Somlo were traditionally meant to guarantee male heirs to Hungarian royalty.The local cuisine bases itself largely on game, and mushrooms and cream also play a prominent role in local dishes. The Fisherman’s Soup produced on the banks of the River Danube is a local speciality which every visitor should try at least once. With such great countryside to see and so much to do, every visitor to holiday rentals Central Transdanubia is sure to work up a fine appetite.
If you have enough time, it would be a lovely idea to make a roundtrip through Eastern Europe. We have some suggestions for interesting destinations: