Balaton – Highland – The Pure Wonderland
Káli-medence is one of the most beautiful regions within Hungary. This is 9000 acres of pure wonderland in the Balaton Highlands (Balaton-felvidék). The Káli Basin possesses the country’s bittersweet charm, while its climate is quite unique: even the oleander and the fig-tree can lay roots here, despite the fact that they are very problematic plants.
Káli-medence is the part of Balaton-felvidék National Park. This area contains several villages: Kövágóörs, Kékkút, Salföld, Mindszentkálla, Szentbékálla, Köveskál, Balatonhenye and Monoszló. From the geographical perspective, there are the salföldi major, the mine lake, the bitter fountain of Kékkút, the Kőtenger (Stone sea, which is the remains of the Pannonian Sea), Hegyestű, the basalt plateau and so on. Each and every village has its own story to tell, so opening a bottle of wine sounds like a proper decision.
Budapest – The Pearl Of Central Europe
Budapest is the pearl of Central Europe, situated on the banks of the River Danube. With a rich architectural and historical heritage, an abundance of cultural events, and a effervescent night life, the Hungarian capital has something in wait for everyone. When you plan your visit, make sure you set aside a few days to walk along the breathtaking sites of World Heritage fame, enjoy a traditional Hungarian meal or sample the newest innovations in international haute cuisine, or take a dip in the world renowned baths of the city. There’s nothing quite like Budapest.
West-Transdanubian Region – Uniqe Area In Europe
The region lies in the West-Transdanubian region, in the Western part of the County of Győr-Moson-Sopron. It is bordered on the south by Vas County, and by Austria on the north and west. The natural conditions, historical and cultural values of the region are significant not only regionally but nationally as well. Three different types of landscape, mountains, hills and plains, meet here in complete harmony, creating a diversified whole.
This area is unique in all of Europe, where nature shows a thousand different faces. Lake Fertő is Hungary’s second largest lake, and Europe’s westernmost steppe lake. The
Fertő-Hanság National Park is a world heritage site with unique natural values. The combined Austrian-Hungarian National Park offers 330 square kilometres of undisturbed
landscape where bird lovers can observe countless species of water birds and migratory birds from ornithology stations. Here is a place where visitors can retreat from the noise of the world, enjoy peace, and collect unforgettable impressions.