Christmas in Hungary
What does the average person know about Hungary? Perhaps that is where goulash, czardash and Imre Kalman come from. In fact, this is an amazingly interesting, original country where they know how to have fun. Christmas in Hungary is a great idea to make your holidays memorable and original.
Carp for good luck
Dozens of delicious and hearty dishes on the Hungarian Christmas table are both a symbol of generosity and abundance in the coming year, and another reason to get together with your family and have enough fun. After all, carp is always served in Hungary at Christmas! There is a belief that several scales of this Christmas fish are able to provide material well-being to someone who will carry them in a wallet all year round..
The Christmas capital is a sea of lights, festive Christmas trees, festive illumination. At this time, the Holy Trinity Square with the Church of St. Matthew looks especially beautiful. An excursion to the Fishing Towers will be an excellent walk on Christmas evening. The view of the Danube and the colorful city is breathtaking.
Christmas souvenirs are worth buying at Vamhazkrt. The district of Budapest with a difficult to pronounce name is a real paradise for shopaholics. You can relax and refresh yourself before Christmas dinner at the Gerbeaud patisserie on Vorosmarty ter square. For a hundred years, local pastry chefs have been passing on from generation to generation the recipe for the cakes, which are the symbol of the old city..
Swimming in the winter? Everything is possible in Hungary!
There are many ways to spend Christmas morning. Take some photos to your family album. Walk across the three most beautiful bridges that hobbled the rebellious Danube: the Chain Bridge, the Green Bridge of Liberty and the White Suspension Bridge of Eljbiet. But winter vacation in Hungary is different in that it is possible to combine the incompatible. For example, warm bones in warm outdoor baths. Thermal water will warm you up, wash away fatigue and set you in an active mood.
When going to Lake Heviz for Christmas in Hungary, it is important to throw your bathing suit in your suitcase. The unique lake has no analogues in the world. In January, the water warms up to +23 degrees, and even the ancient Romans loved to relax here from the bustle of the world.
The festive program for visitors includes a tasting of famous Hungarian wines in the count's cellars, dancing with a folk ensemble, communication with Hungarian robbers who take on the role of toastmaster, and a grand fireworks display over Heviz.
Hungary is like a kaleidoscope: it is bright, cheerful, unpredictable and exciting, and the atmosphere of happiness and friendly hugs accompanies the traveler in every corner of it..