Natural Attractions in Hungary
Thanks to its wine-culture, Tokaj has become one of Hungary’s most popular and most often visited tourist targets. The preservation of the one-thousand year unity of this wine region, and of its viticultural traditions which evolved over this period, justified ...
More than 700 small-to-large caves can be found in the Aggtelek National Park; these were placed on UNESCO’s World Natural and Cultural Heritage List in 1995.
The Fertö/Neusiedler Lake area has been the meeting place of different cultures for eight millennia. This is graphically demonstrated by its varied landscape, the result of an evolutionary symbiosis between human activity and the physical environment.
Ipolytarnóc is famous for its Fossils Nature Conservation Area. Thanks to a volcano, which erupted about 20 million years ago, the original morphology of the land surface and fossils of its original vegetation and animals were conserved.
The landscape of the Hortobágy National Park preserves intact and visible the evidence of its traditional use over more than two millennia and represents the harmonious interaction between human beings and nature.
Hidden among the Aggtelek-karst hills, the village owes its celebrity to the presence of an extensive cave system. In 1995, UNESCO placed this cave system, which also extends into Slovakia, onto its World Heritage List.