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Lake In Budapest

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#1 Tonyb



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Posted 10 September 2019 - 12:10 AM

Adventure outside of Budapest and you'll find that the countryside in Hungary is just as impressive as its capital city. While it may not have the excitement and lure of the bustling downtown, Hungary's countryside holds many scenic destinations filled with outdoor attractions and natural beauty. There's Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Central Europe; Lake Hévíz, the second largest thermal lake in the world; Hortobágy, the largest natural grassland in Europe; and much more.
Lake Balaton
 Since Hungary is landlocked, Lake Balaton is often affectionately called the "Hungarian Sea". This nickname isn't far from the truth, as the region was once covered by the ancient Pannonian Sea (around 10 million years ago). Lakeshore villas and resorts began to appear in the 18th century, primarily catering to the wealthy. In the 20th century, as more and more people discovered this hidden gem, many resorts and cottages were built in the area. Today, millions of people come here every summer to enjoy the warm waters.
Balaton's south shore is almost entirely built up with a continuous chain of resort towns. Most of the beaches are grassy, but many resorts have artificial sandy beaches. The largest destination is Siófok, known as the "Party Capital of Hungary", which attracts many young partygoers in the summer. Another city on the south shore is Fonyód, from where ferries take passengers across the lake to Badacsony, a popular wine region on the north shore. As an interesting fact, maps from the 14th century still show Fonyód as an island, and Lake Balaton being much bigger. A famous wine region to visit on the south shore is Balatonboglár.

#2 Josesv



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Posted 10 September 2019 - 03:26 PM

I went to Lake Balaton with my family in August and I must say that it is very beautiful. You just need to rent a bus with driver for the long journey and make the family feel comfortable, people discovered this hidden gem, many resorts and cottages were built in the area

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