With architecture of classical antiquity, a cornucopia of thermal baths, fascinating folk art, an astonishingly vibrant nightlife, and an unbelievably picturesque landscape, one would describe a trip to Hungary as walking straight into a picture postcard, making it a bucket-list destination for many.
Hungary may be a landlocked country but what it lacks for an idyllic beach getaway, it makes up in thermal spas. Renowned for its thermal waters and boasting the second-largest thermal lake in the world – Lake Heviz – Hungary is one of the greatest thermal and medicinal bath nations in the world, drawing travellers and locals alike to its 1,500 thermal springs speckled across the country. Indulge in a luxurious authentic bathhouse experience that will leave you rejuvenated and take the wear off your shoulders.
Most distinguished by its architectural and scenery treasure trove, immerse yourself in Hungary’s unmissable city of Budapest, home to the spectacular Roman ruins, breath-taking baroque churches and bath houses, medieval houses, Fisherman’s Bastion and neoclassical architecture – some dating back to the 13th century.
With one of the richest folk traditions still alive in Europe keep a keen eye out for the fine folk art that can be found on the wall of the churches and intricate embroidery in the Bereg region. Trust your Intriq Journey experience to delve deeper into the history, culture, and culinary experience of Hungary for the most authentic experience.
The best times to visit Budapest are from March to May (Spring) and September through November (Autumn) where there are comparatively lesser crowd.
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