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World Heritage Sights in Hungary

Hungary has eight locations on the World Heritage List

  • Budapest - ‘the Pearl of the Danube’. The breath-taking view of the Danube Banks, the beautiful Buda Castle District and the old-fashioned, classy Andrássy Boulevard, with its amazing cosmopolitan atmosphere are worth to take some walks for unforgettable, long summer nights or chilly winter evenings.
  • Hollókő, a traditional Hungarian village and open-air museum.
  • The caves of the Aggtelek Karst, stretching across the border with Slovakia, offers a unique composition of dripstones.
  • Pannonhalma, the millenary Benedictine Abbey, on top of Saint Martin’s Hill.
  • Hortobágy National Park, the home of the Hungarian 'puszta', the famous grassy steppe plain.
  • Early Christian Nacropolis of Pécs, the European Capital of Culture 2010.
  • Lake Fertő, Europe’s largest salt lake, on the Austrian border.
  • Tokaj, the historical wine region and cultural landscape.

UNESCO World Heritage
World Heritage Sites in Hungary

Last modified: 2016.07.28.