Hungary is a fairytale destination with cities of indescribable grace and stunning countryside which lures tourists back to holiday rental property in Hungary time and time again. The rich and varied history of Hungary has lead to the countries complex and unique culture whose influences can be seen in the stunning cityscapes which have dominated the covers of European travel guides for many years. The intricate and ornate architecture, folk art and awe-inspiring natural landscapes make any holiday to Hungary completely unforgettable.
It is hard to know where to start with Hungary holidays. The cities of Hungary are the most regular places for visitors to take holiday accommodation in Hungary due to rich concentration of amazing sights and hugely entertaining cultural entertainment from the traditional folk and classical concerts, opera and theatre. Of course, the nightlife in Hungary is well known as being some of the best in Europe, attracting people to Hungary property from all around the world. Wherever you take Hungary accommodation, it is recommended you pick up a local paper and check out which festivals and productions are on in the locality.
The alluring countryside of soaring mountains, lush plains covered in wildlife and gloriously calm, dark lakes mesmerises visitors on their first Hungary holiday, and provides an idyllic place to walk, hike, go caving, canoeing, windsurfing and sailing (on Lake Balaton), horse riding or play golf.
Hungary holidays are known for the many thermal, therapeutic spas which can be found spread throughout the country, although it is Budapest which claims to be the spa capital of the world, boasting 30 thermal springs. The thermal springs and mineral pools are ideal for relaxing after a hard day sightseeing, partying or trying adventure sports from you Hungary accommodation, or simply for a spot of pampering during your Hungary holiday.
Budapest is the most popular destination to take villas in Hungary. The skyline is so beautiful that UNESCO has declared it a World Heritage Site. It is made of two different sections, Buda, the old, graceful centre of Budapest where all the most famous and oldest monuments stand. Pest, the new, vibrant commercial part of town is where you go to sample modern day Hungarian life, but both parts of the city are worth investigating from an apartment in Hungary.
Lake Balaton is a vast lake known as ‘Hungary’s playground’. There is an enormous amount to do, both on the water and around the shores of Lake Balaton, including sailing, walking, mountain biking and swimming. There are endless sunbathing opportunities, especially on the raucous south east shores, which excels in ‘beach and bar’ style holidays, whilst the more sedate north west shoreline is far quieter, with fine scenery, spectacular historical monuments and magnificent walking.
Hungary’s temperate climate means that summers are long and hot, with temperatures in the hottest month (July) hovering around the 28°C mark. Winters are mild but can be wet, and temperatures can plummet to below 0°C in January.
Hungary holidays are easy to take, as there are five international airports receiving direct flights from the UK. Budapest (BUD) is the most common entry point for those who travel to Hungary, and there is no shortage of airlines providing flights to Hungary."