Budapest is usually the first place that comes to mind when someone mentions Hungary. It’s also the only city most people visit in this country, but these five are equally worthy of your time.
Located in close proximity to the Serbian and Romanian border, Szeged is home to many historic buildings that will take your breath away.
Hungary’s second-largest city is one of its most important cultural centers. It’s a perfect place to visit if you’re looking for a town with a relaxing, low-key vibe.
Kecskemét lies right in the middle between Budapest and Szeged, and you should definitely put it on your list if you’re planning a road trip around this country.
Sopron is one of Hungary’s best small towns to get lost in, especially if you’re a wine lover. It’s situated near the Austrian border, close to Lake Fertő.
This city was originally founded by Romans, but it was under Ottoman occupation for a significant period of time, so it features influences of both architectural styles.