What to see in Hungary?
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What to see in Hungary?

Hungary is rightfully considered one of the most interesting countries for travel. However, many, going here, are limited only to walks around Budapest. Of course, this city is very interesting, but tours to Hungary include many other exciting routes. Listed below are the main places worth visiting when traveling to this country.

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So, when planning a trip to Hungary, you should pay attention to the following places:

Healing reservoirs. The state is rich in thermal springs, famous throughout the world. Such baths are available even in small villages. The most original place is a reservoir located in a cave in Miskolc-Tapolca.
The oldest subway in Europe. It is located in Budapest. Its yellow line is called Feldalatti and was created in 1896. The stations remained in their original form. The trailers are painted yellow and are not at all like those that people are used to now. In addition, you can ride on the longest trams in the world. These are routes No. 4 and No. 6 of the city of Bushapest. Their length is 54 meters.
The largest thermal lake in the world. It is called Heviz. Moreover, it is available to those who wish throughout the year, since even in winter the water temperature here is 28 degrees. The lake is located in a nature reserve, water lines constantly bloom on the surface.

In addition to visiting the above places, you should try the national cuisine. The local fast food is called "langosh", you should also pay attention to a very tasty pastry called "kyurtosh kalach".

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