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UNESCO World Sites
Regions of Hungary
Transdanubia comprises roughly the western half of Hungary and includes many popular destinations and sights. The Transdanubian Mountains and the Little Hungarian Plain (Kisalföld) make up much of the landscape. Lake Balaton, the second most-popular tourist destination in Hungary after Budapest, is a well-known `fun in the sun` destination. Major cities in Transdanubia include Gyor, Pécs, Székesfehérvár, and Siofok.
Great Hungarian Plain
The Great Hungarian Plain (Alföld) covers a little more than half of the country and most of its eastern and southeastern portions. Rolling hills meet flatlands in areas such as the Tisza River Valley. Szeged, located in the southern portion, is situated on the Tisza River and is home to such points of interest as the iconic Votive Cathedral of Our Lady of Hungary and the University of Szeged, the most prestigious university in Hungary. Debrecen, the principal city of the northern Plain, is the country`s second-largest city, where many key historic moments occurred during the Revolution of 1848 and the quest for Hungarian independence.
More UNESCO Sites to Explore

Italy boasts the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country in the world. With 51 designated cultural and natural landmarks, it makes up over 5% of UNESCO’s global list. From Dolomites and historic centers of Florence and Rome to Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast, the Italian sites are ideal travel destinations for anyone seeking out history, art, and culture.

With over 2,000 years of history, France boasts more than 40 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and has the fourth largest number of historical sites in the world after Italy, China, and Spain. The UNESCO-listed sites take a variety of forms including historic towns, palaces, castles, religious buildings, forts, canals, and landscapes. These sites can be found spread all across France, so wherever you go, you won’t be far away from one of them.

Western civilization was born in Greece over 4,000 years ago. It therefore comes as no surprise that this ancient land is home to 18 amazingly unique UNESCO Sites to visit. From Bronze Age citadels and the sacred Acropolis of Athens (on which stands the Parthenon, chosen by UNESCO as its official emblem), to Byzantine monasteries and Venetian fortresses, Greece’s ongoing efforts to protect and curate its sites and monuments is testament to the tireless work of archaeologists, conservators and heritage managers across the country.

Spain has the third most UNESCO World Heritage Sites of any country in the world. From Iberian Peninsula’s most antique villages and old towns to cobblestoned Romanesque streets and breathtaking architecture, there are 48 impressive UNESCO sites to visit in Spain. Countless cultures have passed through this country leaving their incredible influences and making Spain a cultural paradise.

With a rich history that started around 400,000 years ago, Portugal is culturally and historically abundant with numerous monuments and landmarks to explore, along with 17 alluring UNESCO World Heritage Sites. From monuments to natural heritage, Portugal is a unique place to visit and one of the top destinations in Europe for a culture-filled trip.

Known for having some of the best skiing in Europe, many visitors come to Austria for its fantastic ski resorts. The country is home to the magnificent Alps with the highest peak reaching 12,461 ft above sea level, great for so many activities when it comes to outdoor adventures. In spite of this, there are a lot of other fantastic sites and cultural opportunities in Austria, many of which you can discover by visiting the UNESCO Sites of Austria. These sites are a perfect introduction to the country’s diverse history, magnificent landscapes, and wonderful cities.

Switzerland’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites are a beautiful combination of cultural and natural sites highlighting the best of the country. The country boasts an impressive 11 UNESCO Sites, three of them are natural phenomena, such as the Alps, while eight are areas of cultural significance. Each of them stands for authenticity and diversity for many generations to come.

Located in Central Europe and bounded by the choppy Baltic sea in the north and the rugged Tatra Mountains in the south, Poland is full of lush forests, beautiful lakes, and national parks worth discovering. The country also boasts more than a thousand years of rich and varied history. The culture and history of this eastern European gem is recognized by as many as 16 UNESCO-listed sites.
Experience & Adventure
Hungarian Cuisine
Hungarian cuisine is very hearty, nourishing, and for the uninitiated, sometimes spicy. Paprika is the national spice, made from red peppers, and is used in gulyas (goulash), the most popular dish in the country. Like goulash, many of the most popular dishes in Hungarian cuisine are soups or stews, such as the fish chowder halaszle, typically served with warm bread. Hungary is also well-known for its dairy industry, and it produces many popular cheeses such as Pannonia cheese. Hungarian cuisine is similar to its Central European counterparts, yet also manages to be distinct in its own right.
Cities in Hungary

The landlocked country of Hungary, located in Central Europe, is one of the many underrated gems of Europe. It boasts beautiful landscapes, rich history, hearty food, historic city centers, friendly people, and fabulous nightlife. When most people think of Hungary, they think of Budapest. The city has become a favorite for romantic getaways, history buffs and weekend vacations. Not to mention the thermal baths! And while all of these are true highlights of Budapest, more and more travelers are discovering that Hungary is a country home to so many hidden gems, including some rich culture and deep history that can be witnessed while visiting the eight World Heritage Sites of Hungary. There are seven UNESCO Sites of which are cultural sites and one, the Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst, that is a natural site. You can learn more about Hungary's most impressive UNESCO Sites by clicking here.

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