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Holidays to Hungary: an Overview

A country that until the early 20th Century formed half (albeit as a very junior partner) of one of the greatest empires in European history, Hungary has had a profound influence on the continent's history, and yet this, the beating heart of Middle Europe, is a place apart. For starters there's the language - Hungarian is more closely related to Finnish than to any of the neighbouring languages. The Magyars (as the locals refer to themselves) also pride themselves on an originality of thinking that is most in evidence in the beautiful, vibrant and undeniably quirky capital city of Budapest on the banks of the Danube.

Budapest is the place we recommend for a 'beginner's guide to Hungary', but in time we hope to add more places of interest in this fascinating country.

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Hungary Itinerary Ideas

A City Break in Budapest
A long weekend to savour the sights, wines, thermal baths and dining of beautiful Budapest – one of our favourite ‘Big Short Break’ destinations....
From £670pp

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A Note on Price

A stylish weekend staying somewhere like Brody House can cost under £500 for two including flights - whereas a Danube river view room at the Four Seasons will set you back that much a night!

Itinerary Suggestions

A City Break in Budapest

From £670pp