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Hungary | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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Alsóörs is the perfect destination for all who long for ...
show more relaxing times in a homelike, yet elegant ambiance or wish to discover the manifold historical and cultural treasures of the Balaton plateau.
The scenery of Alsóörs is made up of traditional red brick farmhouses, ancient wine cellars with outstanding collections of whites, reds and rosés, the old church on the hillside dating back to the 13th century with architectural elements of the gothic and baroque styles, and the „Turkish House“ – a medieval assembly hall that regularly hosts exhibitions and concerts. Visitors from around the world enjoy the mild water of Lake Balaton ideal for beach vacations and boat tours, the beautiful walks along the waterfront, bike trips around Lake Balaton or horse riding excursions. At night, you can sample exquisite local fare offering a variety of tasty fish and venison specialties or international cuisine as well as sophisticated wine assortments in one of the many cosy restaurants and wine bars.
Based in Alsóörs, you will also have plenty of opportunities for exciting getaways to destinations across the Lake Balaton region, such as some of the wonderful seaside resorts like Balatonfüred (9 km/5.5 miles), Tihany (16 km/10 miles), Badacsony (50 km/31 miles) and Keszthely (70 km/43.5 miles), the world-famous Benedictine monastery of Pannonhalma (73 km/45 miles) or Herend (27 km/17 miles), the hometown of the renowned porcelain.
All in all it is no surprise, that Alsóörs newly has been elected in 2012 being the most popular resort place of the northern part of Balaton.
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Bathing vacation or stroll through the city – Holiday in Hungary
Hungary | The former kingdom Hungary is mainly situated in a wide landscape basin between the mountain range of the Carpathians Mountains, the eastern offshoots of the Alps and the Balkans. The landscape is shaped by extensive steppe, forests and gentle mountain ranges. The dry continental climate makes it a popular holiday destination particularly in the summer and early autumn. In Hungary atraveo offers you a large choice of more than 3,000 holiday apartments and houses.
Hungary’s touristic centre is without a doubt the region around Lake Balaton. The nearly 80 kilometre long and at the same time Europe’s biggest steppe lake scores with its minimal depth making it possible to walk from most beaches into the gently sloping water. Furthermore it also has the effect that the sea warms up quickly. Equally popular are the winds that blow over the sea and provide a certain level of swell making it ideal for a number of water sports such as windsurfing or sailing.
Not really interested in a bathing vacation? Next to Balaton of course the capital Budapest is worth a journey. Many sights such as the Chain Bridge, the Neo-Gothic Parliament or Buda Castle will impress you and the charm surrounding this Danube city is surely going to captivate you. Budapest also has a number of renowned theatres and the Hungarian State Opera House has no reason to hide behind other international competition. A further highlight of this city is the countless number of thermal baths. Already more than 2,000 years ago the Romans indulged in the hot springs and during the course of history a bathing culture has developed which to this day is very much alive. atraveo offers you a number of city apartments from which you can explore the Hungarian capital.
Next to Balaton and Budapest there are of course a number of other places of interest in Hungary waiting to be discovered: Lake Theiss, Lake Velence, the Danube Bend or the wide landscape of Pannonian Steppe have their own appeals. Experience it yourself and search for your holiday home in Hungary!
You can find further ideas and information within the holiday home selection for Hungary.