Hungary, your next travel destination
Come to visit Hungary, this hidden treasure in the heart of Central Europe, this small country which has a very long and great history and culture; famous for its superb spas, its wines, the Hungarian Puszta and its hospitality!
Hungary package programme for Individual travellers:
Székesfehérvár Hungary from Above 4K/UHD
The city of Székesfehérvár, located in central Hungary, is one of the largest cities in the country. Székesfehérvár was the capital of Hungary in the Middle Ages. Now the city is regional capital of Central Transdanubia, the centre of Fejér county and Székesfehérvár District. It was one of the most important cities of Hungary. In the Székesfehérvár Basilica (one of the largest basilicas in medieval-Europe), where the Diets were held and the crown jewels kept, thirty-seven kings and thirty-nine queens consort were crowned and fifteen rulers buried.
Travel to Budapest, Hungary in 4K
A short stay in this beautiful Hungarian city where Buda and Pest lie on the banks of the Danube River.
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Dance Inspiration by Avenida Sounds
Lake Balaton is a freshwater lake in the Transdanubian region of Hungary. It is the largest lake in Central Europe, and one of the region's foremost tourist destinations. The Zala River provides the largest inflow of water to the lake, and the canalised Sió is the only outflow.
The mountainous region of the northern shore is known both for its historic character and as a major wine region, while the flat southern shore is known for its resort towns.
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Top 10 Attractions in Austria according to Rough Guides
Top 10 Attractions in Austria according to Rough Guides
Heuriger is the name given to Eastern-Austrian wine-taverns in which wine-growers serve the most recent year's wines and where patrons can experience Gemütlichkeit. These taverns need a special licence. Heurig means this year's (as an adjective) in Swiss German and Austrian German; thus, a Heuriger.
9. Christmas Market
A Christmas market is a street market associated with the celebration of Christmas during the four weeks of Advent. These markets originated in Germany and Austria. The history of Christmas markets goes back to the Late Middle Ages in the German-speaking part of Europe and in many parts of the former Holy Roman Empire that includes many eastern region of France and Switzerland.
8. Lake Neusiedl
Neusiedl Lake is divided between Burgenland, Austria and Transdanubia, Hungary. Neusiedl Lake has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List as a cultural landscape for its unique representation of human landscape shaping over a long period of time. The traditional agricultural practices around the lake, many of which persist today, had a profound impact on the region's ecology.
A Schubertiade is an event held to celebrate the music of Franz Schubert. During Schubert's lifetime, these events were generally informal, unadvertised gatherings, held at private homes. Modern Schubertiades are more likely to be formal affairs, presented as concerts or festivals devoted to Schubert's music.
Innsbruck is the fifth-largest city in Austria and the provincial capital of Tyrol, as well as one of the largest cities in the Alps. Located in a valley of the river Inn between mountain ranges of above 2000 m above sea level, halfway between Bavaria and northern Italy, it is a hub of a region popular for skiing and other mountain-related activities and a busy tourist destination.
5. Schönbrunn Palace
Schönbrunn Palace is a former imperial 1,441-room Rococo summer residence in modern Vienna, Austria. One of the most important cultural monuments in the country, since the 1960s it has been one of the major tourist attractions in Vienna. The palace and gardens illustrate the tastes, interests, and aspirations of successive Habsburg monarchs.
The Viennese coffee house is a typical institution of Vienna that played an important part shaping Viennese culture. The Viennese coffee house is described in this inventory as a place where time and space are consumed, but only the coffee is found on the bill.
3. Kunsthistorisches Museum
The Kunsthistorisches Museum is an art museum in Vienna, Austria. Housed in its festive palatial building on Ringstraße, it is crowned with an octagonal dome. The term Kunsthistorisches Museum applies to both the institution and the main building.
2. Skiing in the Arlberg
Arlberg is a ski resort in Austria. It is reputed to be one of the finest ski areas in the world. As one of Austria's largest ski resorts Arlberg offers a high quality skiing experience. There are a number of high level ski schools available for all types of skiers.
1. Hochosterwitz Castle
Hochosterwitz Castle is considered to be one of Austria's most impressive medieval castles. It is situated on a 160 metres Dolomite rock near Sankt Georgen am Längsee, east of the town of Sankt Veit an der Glan in the state of Carinthia. The castle is one of the state's landmarks and can be seen from about 30 km away on a clear day.
Győr Highlights 2017 - 4K
Győr is the most important city of northwest Hungary, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron County and Western Transdanubia region, and—halfway between Budapest and Vienna—situated on one of the important roads of Central Europe.
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Balaton 2012 (Summer and more)
Lake Balaton is a freshwater lake in the Transdanubian region of Hungary. It is the largest lake in Central Europe, and one of its foremost tourist destinations. As Hungary is landlocked, Lake Balaton is often called the Hungarian Sea. The Zala River provides the largest inflow of water to the lake, and the canalized Sió is the only outflow.
The mountainous region of the northern shore is known both for its historic character and as a major wine region, while the flat southern shore is known for its resort towns. Balatonfüred and Hévíz developed early as resorts for the wealthy, but it wasn't until the late 19th century that landowners, their vines destroyed by lice, began building summer homes to rent out to the burgeoning middle classes.
Euro Road Trip -- Hungary
We get invited to harvest grapes from a friends vineyard in Hungary, An amazing day spent with a Hungarian family as we learn the art of making wine.
Lake Balaton Travel
Lake Balaton Travel - Balaton (Plattensee in German) is major lake in Hungary and the biggest lake in Central Europe. Lake Balaton is a freshwater lake in the Transdanubian region of Hungary. It is the largest lake in Central Europe, and one of Hungary's foremost tourist destinations. The Zala River provides the largest inflow of water to the lake, and the canalised Sió is the only outflow.
The mountainous region of the northern shore is known both for its historic character and as a major wine region, while the flat southern shore is known for its resort towns. Balatonfüred and Hévíz developed early as resorts for the wealthy, but it was not until the late 19th century when landowners, ruined by Phylloxera attacking their grape vines, began building summer homes to rent out to the burgeoning middle classes.
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Hungary: Solari split-flap train arrival/departure board at Gyor railway station
Hungary: A Solari split-flap departure board is seen in operation at Gyor railway station. Recorded 29th June 2014.
A split-flap display, or sometimes simply flap display, is an electromechanical display device that presents changeable alphanumeric text, and occasionally fixed graphics.
Often used as a public transport timetable in airports or railway stations, as such they are often called Solari boards after display manufacturer Solari di Udine from Udine, Italy, or in Central European countries they are called Pragotron after the Czech manufacturer.
Split-flap displays were once commonly used at consumer scale in devices known as flip clocks. It is also used as a connected device to social media platforms like Flapit.
Each character position or graphic position has a collection of flaps on which the characters or graphics are painted or silkscreened. These flaps are precisely rotated to show the desired character or graphic. These displays are often found in railway stations and airports, where they typically display departure or arrival information, although digital equivalents are far more common now.
Sometimes the flaps are large and display whole words, and in other installations there are several smaller flaps, each displaying a single character. The former method is limited to the words it can display on the flaps, while the latter system is not, and output messages can be changed without the need for the addition or replacement of flaps, although images cannot. In the example image on the right, the destinations in the centre of the picture are split into characters, while the messages left and right of these occupy one flap each.
During a power loss or disruption the display will freeze. At first this may be an advantage because the information is still correct. When the information becomes outdated it might be worse than no information.
Flip-dot displays and LED display boards may be used instead of split-flap displays in most applications. Their output can be varied more easily (by reprogramming instead of replacement of physical parts in the case of graphics) but they suffer from lower readability. They also can refresh more quickly, as a split-flap display often must cycle through many states.
Győr is the most important city of northwest Hungary, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron county and Western Transdanubia region, and — halfway between Budapest and Vienna — situated on one of the important roads of Central Europe. The city is the sixth largest in Hungary, and one of the seven main regional centres of the country.
The area along the Danube River has been inhabited by varying cultures since ancient times. The first large settlement dates back to the 5th century BCE; the inhabitants were Celts. They called the town Arrabona, a name that was used for eight centuries; its shortened form is still used as the German (Raab) and Slovak (Ráb) names of the city.
Roman merchants moved to Arrabona during the 1st century BCE. Around 10 CE, the Roman army occupied the northern part of Western Hungary, which they called Pannonia. Although the Roman Empire abandoned the area in the 4th century due to constant attacks by the tribes living to the east, the town remained inhabited.
Around 500 the territory was settled by Slavs, in 547 by the Lombards, and in 568-c.800 by the Avars, at that time under Frankish and Slavic influence. Between 880 and 894, it was part of Great Moravia, and then briefly under East Frankish dominance.
Győr is the home of the Győri ETO Sport Club, which has many sport divisions. The most popular sport in the city is handball, with the Győri ETO KC being the city's main team. Győri ETO FC is a football team.
Hungarian State Railways (Hungarian: Magyar Államvasutak or MÁV) is the Hungarian national railway company, with divisions MÁV START Zrt. (passenger transport), MÁV-Gépészet Zrt. (maintenance) and MÁV-Trakció Zrt.. The MÁV Cargo Zrt (freight transport) is sold for ÖBB. The head office is in Budapest.
In Budapest, the three main railway stations are the Eastern (Keleti), Western (Nyugati) and Southern (Déli), with other outlying stations like Kelenföld. Of the three, the Southern is the most modern but the Eastern and the Western are more decorative and architecturally interesting.
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