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Hungary , officially the Republic of Hungary , is a landlocked country in the Carpathian Basin of Central Europe, bordered by Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia. Its capital is Budapest. Hungary is a member of OECD, NATO, EU, V4 and is a Schengen state. The official language is Hungarian. Following a Celtic and a Roman period, the foundation of Hungary was laid in the late Ninth Century by the Magyar chieftain Árpád, whose great grandson Stephen I ascended to the throne with a crown sent from Rome in 1000. The Kingdom of Hungary existed with interruptions for 946 years, and was at times regarded as one of the cultural centers of the Western world . A significant power until its defeat in World War I, Hungary lost over two-thirds of its territory in the Treaty of Trianon in 1920, the terms of which have been considered humiliating by Hungarians. Following a short alliance with Nazi Germany during World War II, the kingdom was occupied by the Soviet Union which imposed a Communist government from 1947 to 1989. During this era, Hungary gained widespread international recognition by mounting the Revolution of 1956 and the seminal move of opening its border with Austria in 1989, thus accelerating the collapse of the Eastern Bloc. The present form of government is parliamentary republic . Today, Hungary is a high-income economy, and a regional leader regarding certain markers. In the past decade, Hungary was listed as the 10th most economically dynamic area and one of the 15 most popular tourist destinations in the world, with a capital regarded as "one of the most beautiful urban landscapes in the world". The country is home to the second largest thermal lake in the world , the largest lake in Central Europe , and the largest natural grassland in Europe .

   
 
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Advice For Hungary Travel Or Vacations - Budapest
Advice For Hungary Travel Or Vacations Eastern and Central Europe is a very popular tourist destination these days as facilities have improved for visitors. There are many reasons to visit, including fascinating history and culture, friendly people, scenic countryside and vibrant cities. Hungary travel offers all of these elements in abundance with the added extra of a great cuisine. There is nothing to beat listening to the sound of an accordion in a local café and tucking into a goulash or stew, followed by a delicious pastry. The summer has a very pleasant climate to enjoy it all in. The capital city of Budapest is an essential part of the itinerary on Hungary travel plans. The architecture is outstanding, particularly the Gothic Parliament Building...

Things to do in Hungary - Budapest
Things to do in Hungary There are abundant Things to do in Hungary which enhance the charm of the country. Hungary is a renowned country in Europe. It is an ancient and diverse country which makes it a well known tourist spot. Tourists who visit Hungary should have an idea of the Things to do in Hungary for utmost enjoyment. The ideal time to visit Hungary is in the spring and the autumn seasons when the weather is pleasant and charming. Hungary has a continental climate with hot summers and humid and cold winters. Travelers can reach the country easily as there are wide modes of transport options that connect the country with different parts of Europe. Foreign travelers need visas and passports to gain admission to the country. Sigh...

When to Go Hungary - Budapest
When to Go Hungary Though it can be pretty wet in May and June, spring is just glorious in Hungary. The Hungarian summer is warm, sunny and unusually long, but the resorts are very crowded in late July and August. Like Paris and Rome, Budapest comes to a halt in August (called 'the cucumber-growing season' here because that's about the only thing happening). Autumn is beautiful, particularly in the hills around Budapest and in the Northern Uplands. November is one of the rainiest months of the year, however. Winter is cold, often bleak and museums and other tourist sights are often closed. Animal lovers might also want to skip this season: many of the women are draped in furry dead things throughout the winter. Hungary's climate i...

Budapest Zoo in Budapest of Hungary - Budapest
Budapest Zoo in Budapest of Hungary Budapest Zoo, Budapest is actually known as the Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden. This zoo is one of the major ones in the entire Eastern Europe as it is home to more than 2000 animals. Budapest Zoo, Budapest is one of the most well known and most frequently visited Tourist Attractions in Budapest. It also acts as a conservation and research center with breeding programs for endangered native and exotic species and this has been important for the ecology and wildlife of the country. Budapest Zoo, Budapest is a must visit site for you as you will find here spectacular animal display representing the African Savannah, the arctic area, and the wetland habitats. The zoo boasts of a population of more than 200 primates ...

Kiskunsag National Park - Kecskemet
Kiskunsag National Park The Kiskunsag National Park (in Hungarian: Kiskunsagi Nemzeti Park) is a national park located mainly in Bacs-Kiskun county, Hungary. It was created in 1975 and declared a biosphere reserve by the UNESCO. The park covers an area of 570 km² and stretches across the Little Cumania (Kiskunság) region of the Great Hungarian Plain. It is not a single territory, but comprises seven disjoint units, scattered throughout the area. One of these is the Kiskunsag's Puszta where annual events are held reviving the old pastoral life and cattle breeding customs. Another is Lake Kolon near the town of Izsak. It is famous for its marsh tortoises, herons, expanses of untouched reeds and nine species of orchids which grow in ...