Famous places The most beautiful and the most famous places in Hungary : The region of Balaton Sopron Pécs Tállya Gyula Hollókő
Gyula Gyula is a fantastic and beautiful city and there are a lot of fountains. Capital sight the Almásy castle. The Castle was built between in century. In the castle there is a castle theatre. The stage is above the lake. The castle is also a museum today. Here can be found the 100 years old cake shop. Here are many kind of delicious cakes.
Tállya Tállya is an interesting village because its said to be the geometrical centre of Europe.
The Danube Bend The Danube Bend is one of the richest regions in terms of cultural and historical heritage. A former royal seat of the Hungarian kings, Visegrád boasts a wealth of architectural heritage: the 11th-century bailiff's castle and the ruins of the decanal church, the 13th- to 15th- century citadel and lower castle, as well as the 14th/15th-century Royal Palace which impressively conjures up the pomp of days gone by.
The region of Balaton Lake Balaton, located in Hungary, is the largest lake in Central Europe, and one of the foremost regional tourist destinations. Due to Hungary being landlocked, it is often affectionately called the "Hungarian Sea". The capital of lake Balaton, Keszthely is famous for the Festetics castle.
Pécs Pécs is the fifth largest city of Hungary, located in the south-west of the country, close to its border with Croatia. It is the administrative and economical centre of Baranya county. Pécs is also the seat of Roman Catholic Diocese of Pécs. Pécs has been selected to be the European Capital of Culture in 2010 sharing the title together with Essen and Istanbul. The city's motto will be: "The Borderless City".
Sopron is a city in Hungary near the Austrian border. Following the breakup of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, four western Hungarian counties German parts were awarded to Austria in the Treaties of St.Germain (1919) and Trianon (1920). After local unrest, Sopron's status as part of Hungary (along with that of the surrounding eight villages) was decided by a local plebiscite held on December 14, 1921, with 65% voting for Hungary. Since then Sopron has been called Civitas Fidelissima ("The Most Loyal Town", Hungarian: A Leghűségesebb Város), and the anniversary of the plebiscite is a city holiday.