The only monument in Hungary that has been designated a world heritage site in the category of culture-historical architecture.
This is an ancient burial site dating back to the 4th century AD, featuring underground tombs and frescoes. It is considered a unique and important archaeological site. The discovered artifacts display the Early Christian burial architecture and art of the Northern and Western provinces of the Roman Empire in their wall paintings and architectural designs.
This site includes the historic castle district of Buda, as well as the famous promenade along the Danube River. It is considered a must-see for tourists visiting Budapest, offering stunning views of the city and river.
Andrássy Avenue, also known as Pest Broadway, is historically (it dates to 1872) recognized for its connection with theatre and music. It is frequently referred to be “Champs-Élysées and Broadway wrapped into one”. The 2310-meter boulevard is like London’s Regent Street, and New York‘s 5th Avenue, synonymous with class and elegance.
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This site is a series of limestone caves that are considered some of the most beautiful in Europe. It is a popular spot for visitors interested in geology and speleology.
This is a traditional village with well-preserved examples of vernacular architecture. It is a unique example of rural life in Hungary and is a popular spot for visitors interested in culture and history.
This is a benedictine abbey founded in the 9th century that has a rich history and beautiful architecture. The natural environment surrounding the abbey is also noteworthy.
This site is famous for its wines and is an important cultural landscape. It is a popular spot for visitors interested in wine culture and history.
Hortobágy National Park is the largest national park in Hungary, located in the northeastern part of the country. The park is known for its unique natural and cultural heritage, including the Hortobágy Puszta, a vast grassland ecosystem, and the traditional way of life of the local people, the herders, known as the “cowboys of the Puszta.” The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including rare bird species, as well as traditional Hungarian horse breeds such as the Nonius and the Furioso-North Star.
This is a cultural landscape consisting of a lake, wetlands, and grasslands. It is an important site for migratory birds and is popular among birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts.