Austria with its cottages in Styria and its holiday homes Carinthia is close by and its natural resources, history, and traditions allow the area to prosper through industry and tourism. Germans and Croatians embrace their treasures and work to preserve them. Western Transdanubia has three counties—Gyor-Moson-Sopron, Vas, and Zala Counties.
Favourite Destinations (Western Transdanubia)
A place for outdoor holidays - Western Transdanubia
Close to Lake Ferto is the town of Sopron, offering spectacular historical, cultural, and architectural sights. The Watertower offers tourists stying in holiday rentals Western Transdanubia the chance to admire the beautiful city. South of Sopron is Count Istvan Szechenyi’s castle also known as the Greates Hungarian. Kids can watch the steam locomotives pulling Szechenyi Museum Railway carriages on a 3.6 kilometre track beginning at the Szechenyi Castle and ending at Fertoboz.Western Transdanubia’s capital city is Gyor, which is home to three rivers—Danube, Rabca, and Raba. This allows tourists the opportunity to cycle, fish, or kayak. The works of Hungarian Goldsmith, Szent Laszlo are held in Hedervary Chapel at Basilica. Holiday rentals Western Transdanubia and holiday lettings Western Transdanubia offer a range of recreational facilities including a steam cabin, Jacuzzi, massage, and sauna, while the Gyor summer festival offers theatre, dance, and folk performances. To the south of Gyor is Pannonhalma where the 1000 year old Benedictine Abbey is home to one of Hungary’s most valuable libraries, holding approximately 3,000 volumes, including early Hungarian writings. Holiday lettings Western Transdanubia are the perfect solution for tourists.
Don't miss to explore the things typical for Hungary
Szombathely was founded in 43AD and occupied the military centres. Isis Sanctuary provides the background for the annual summer performances at Iseum’s Open Air Theatre. The 18th and 19th century classic and baroque buildings make Vas a memorablly beautiful city. To the south of Szombahely is one of Hungary’s oldest churches providing a unique example of Romanesque architecture.If you are not a fan of history or culture, holiday lettings Western Transdanubia provides you with the opportunity to stay in Hungary and enjoy the active recreational activities including kayaking, fishing, cycling, hunting, fishing, riding, canoeing, and hiking. The slightly damp yet cool climate makes West Transdanubia ideal for an active holiday destination. There are approximately 260 bird species and other plant and wildlife in this area, which forms part of the Ferto-Hansag National Park.West Hungry boasts luxury spas, two of which are found in Vas County, while Kehidakustany is the latest spa centre in Zala country providing sulphur, radon-free water, which benefits problems relating to the nervous system and gynaecological disorders. Holiday rentals Western Transdanubia may offer cuisine including wild mushrooms, fresh fish, and game. Other Hungarian delicacies include dodolle; a traditional potato dish served with bacon crackling and sour cream, while wine varieties include Cabernet Franc, Kekfrankos, and Green Veltelini. Whether your choice is holiday lettings Western Transdanubia or holiday rentals Western Transdanubia, Hungary offers tourists and holidaymakers a diverse and exciting holiday break.
Stop! You have to read on, because we have a nice idea before your holidays in Western Transdanubia will begin: How about a roadtrip from the UK to Hungary? These stops you don't have to miss on your way:
Your first stop will be Luxembourg in Belgium
The city Bonn can be your next stop in North Rhine Westphalia
There are a lot of interesting cities, where you should take some time in Upper Bavaria
Don't miss on your list the beautiful city Vienna in Austria
Finally arriving in Bratislava Hungary is only a few hours away