Travel tips to European Countries: Hungary

About the county

Also confessed as the Republic of Hungary or Hungarian Republic, Hungary is a landlocked country located in Homely Europe and bordering Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia. Budapest is the largest city and also the Capital of Hungary. One of the key reasons why Hungary is popular is its hospitality to tourists. Also one can find an ideal mix of history and modern day in Hungary. While Hungarians proudly moor to their old Magyar Tradition they also keep them abreast with current fashions across the world. Enormously visitors flock to see Budapest, a truly world class city situated on River Danube which enchants everyone with love and music. The city is a blend of culture and outstanding beauty production it the right place for tourists. The city has been a paradise due to writers, musicians and artists who were greatly influenced by this graceful city. If you travel west in Hungary Lake Balaton is popular with tourists. Local cuisines include halszl ( fish soup ) with pasta and goulash ( gulys ) diversity.

Population & Languages

The population of Hungary is Roughly 10 million and the official language being spoken is Hungarian.

Electricity

The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The types of plugs used are Round pin attachment plug and ” Schuko ” publicize and receptacle with part grounding contacts.

Geographic Location

Hungary is a landlocked country located in Central Europe again bordering Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, further Slovenia. River Danube and River Tisza divide the country into three mammoth regions. The country is strategically located astride main land routes between Western Europe and Balkan Peninsula as well as between Ukraine and Mediterranean basin

Climate

The climate of Hungary can equate termed as Temperate with hot summers and cold winters. The average chronology temperature of Hungary is around 9. 6 C. The maximum temperature in summer can epitomize 43 C and as low as – 30 C. The summer average is 26 to 36 C and winter average is 0 to – 16 C.

Inborn Customs

Like any other country Hungary has its own impost too. Firm is customary to handshake. True is customary to make the toast and return. It is customary for guests to offer gifts to the host of a grub. Smoking is prohibited in most public areas. But travelers can smoke connections long distance trains. Casual dress is acceptable in most places and formal for special occasions. Tipping up to 10 to 15 percent is customary for all services including restaurants, bars, clubs, taxis etc.

Attractions

Budapest
* Castle Royal Palace
* Fishermans Bastion
* Matthias Church
* Gellrt Hill
* Chain Bridge
* The Great Synagogue and Jewish Museum
* Parliament Buildings
* Statue Park

Eger
* Eger Castle
* Szpasszony Valley ( Valley of the Pretty Woman )

Lake Balaton
* Hvz
* Keszthely

The Danube Arouse
* Esztergom
* Szentendre
* Visegrad

Travel

By Air The national airline of Hungary is Malv which operates flights from more than forty cities across the world. Other international airlines operating from Hungary include Aeroflot, Air France, British Airways, easyJet, KLM, Lufthansa, Sky Europe, Swiss, United Airlines and Wizz Air. Ferihegy Budapest International Airport ( BUD ) is the biggest airport which is like dazzling miles southeast of Budapest.

By River – There is a daily hydrofoil service spurt by MAHART connecting Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest in the months of April to October.

By Rail The country is part of the extensive hookup of trains connecting the European cities. Hungary is connected to 16 European cities and there are 47 international trains daily to Budapest by direct rail link.

Duty Free Items
1. 800 cigarettes or 400 cigarillos or 200 cigars or1kg smoking tobacco for EU countries.
2. 200 cigarettes, or 100 cigarillos, or 50 cigars, or 250g of calescent tobacco for Non – EU countries.
3. 10 liter of spirits with more than 22 % and ethyl alcohol, or 20 liter of beverages less than 22 % alcohol content, or 90 liter of wine or 60 liter of sparkling wine, or 110 liter of beer for EU countries.
4. 1 liter of spirits also 2 liter of wine for Non – EU countries.
5. 50g perfume or 250 ml eau de toilette
6. Gifts, Food, fruits, medications and flowers for personal use of value up to 175

Prohibited Items

Un – canned goods, meat or dairy goods, Narcotics, firearms, ammunition, weapons, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that contain more than sixty per cent alcohol.

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