Travel tips for European countries: Hungary
About the county
Hungary is also known as the Republic of Hungary or the Republic of Hungary, which is located in Central Europe and borders Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania,
Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. Budapest is the biggest city and metropolis of Hungary. One of the main reasons why Hungary is popular is the hospitality of tourists. In
Hungary, you can also find the perfect combination of history and modernity. The Hungarians adhere with pride to their ancient Magyar tradition, but they also support
them in the current fashion world. Most visitors try to see Budapest, a truly world-class city on the Danube River, which fascinates everyone with love and music. The
city is a combination of culture and exceptional beauty, making it a good place for tourists. The city was a paradise for writers, musicians and artists who were
greatly influenced by this elegant city. If traveling west in Hungary, Lake Balaton is a popular tourist destination. The hotel kitchen has a fish soup with noodles
and goulash soup.
Population and languages
The Hungarian population is about 10 million, and the official language is Hungarian.
The power is 230 Volts and the density is 50 Hertz. The types of pins used are a round pin holding plug and a Schuko plug and socket with side ground contacts.
Hungary is a country without access to the sea, located in Central Europe and which restricts Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. The
Danube and the Tisza River divide the country into three main regions. The country is a continental road of strategic importance between Western Europe and the Balkan
Peninsula, as well as among th Ukraine & Mediterranean basin.
The Hungarian climate can be called hot summers and cold winters. The average annual temperature in Hungary is about 9.6 ° C. The maximum temperature in summer can be
43 ° C to -30 ° C. The average temperature in summer is between 26 and 36 ° C and the average temperature in winter it is between 0 and -16 ° C.
Like any other country, Hungary also has its own custom. This is the usual handshake. It is common to toast and return. It is common for guests to offer a meal to the
host. Smoking is prohibited in many public places. However, travelers can smoke on long-distance trains. Casual dress is acceptable in most places and formal occasions
on special occasions. All services include restaurants, bars, clubs, taxis and more.
Places of interest
* Royal Palace of the Castle.
* Fishermen’s Bastion
* Matthias Church
* Mount Gellért
* Chain Bridge
* Great Synagogue and Jewish Museum.
* Parliament buildings
* Statue park
* Castle of Eger.
* Valley of Szépasszony (Valley of the beautiful woman)
The Danube Strait
Air: the Hungarian national airline is Malv, which operates from more than forty cities around the world. Other international airlines from Hungary are Aeroflot, Air
France, British Airways, easyJet, KLM, Lufthansa, Sky Europe, Swiss Airlines, United Airlines. and Wizz Air. The Budapest Ferihegy International Airport (BUD) is the
largest airport located ten miles southeast of Budapest.
Next to the river, MAHART connects daily the hydroforic services that connect Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest from April to October.
By rail, the country is part of a wide network of trains that connect European cities. Hungary is connected to 16 European cities and 47 international trains to
Budapest every day.
1. 800 cigarettes or 400 cigarettes or 200 cigars or 1 kg of tobacco for smoking in the EU countries.
2,200 cigarettes or 100 cigars or 50 cigars, or 250 g of tobacco for smoking in non-EU countries.
3. 10 liters of alcoholic beverages containing more than 22% and ethyl alcohol, or 20 liters of alcohol with an alcohol content of less than 22%, or 90 liters of wine
or 60 liters of sparkling wine, or 110 liters for countries of the EU.
4. 1 liter of liquors and 2 liters of wine for non-EU countries.
5. 50 g of perfume or 250 ml of toilet.
6. Gifts, food, fruits, medicines and flowers for personal use up to € 175
Raw products, meat or dairy products, drugs, firearms, ammunition, weapons, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that contain more than
sixty percent alcohol.