HUNGARY  |  Northern Hungary, Hungary Travel Guide
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Northern Hungary , Hungary

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Destinations in Northern Hungary (4)

  • Aggtelek National Park, Hungary

    Aggtelek National Park is centered around caves: there are more than 200 caves here! In fact, the park was established in 1985 primarily to protect these caves as well as the unique surface formations found here. The park...

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  • Bükk National Park, Hungary

    Bükk National Park (or Bükki Nemzeti Park) is a special place. It is the highest national park in Hungary. It sits on a plateau at least a thousand feet above the rest of the Hungarian countryside, encompassing some 95,775 acres...

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  • Mátra Mountains, Hungary

    Mátra Mountains of Northern Hungary have an unlikely claim to fame: wine. There are nature trails winding through the mountains, to be sure, and good skiing in the winter time; but on the warmer southern slopes of the Mátra, in...

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  • Zempléni Mountains, Hungary

    Zempléni Mountains run along the north of the country. They are essentially the lower extension of the lovely Carthanians, forming part of the border between Hungary and Slovakia. Starting out as a largely volcanic ridge, they...

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