Hungary

Hungary Nobel Prize Winners: A Remarkable Achievement in the World

Hungary has 13 Nobel Prize winners, which is one of the highest numbers per capita in the world.

Discover the Hidden Gems: Thermal Springs in Budapest

Hungary has more thermal springs than any other European country, and Budapest alone has 118 of them.

Tokaj: Unraveling the Origins of the World’s First Official Wine Region

Hungary is home to the world's first official wine region, Tokaj, designated in 1730.

The Széchenyi Chain Bridge: Bridging the Divide in Budapest

Hungary is home to the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, an iconic suspension bridge in Budapest that was the first permanent bridge to connect the city's two sides, Buda and Pest.

Pálinka: Hungary’s Spirited Fruit Brandy Tradition

Hungary is home to the Pálinka, a traditional fruit brandy that must be distilled from locally grown fruits, such as apricots, plums, or cherries.

Lake Hévíz: Hungary’s Warm Healing Oasis

Hungary is home to the second-largest thermal lake in the world, Lake Hévíz, which remains warm throughout the year and offers unique therapeutic properties.

The Quirky Twist of the Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts

Hungary is home to the Museum of Applied Arts, which was initially designed to face the opposite direction from its current position due to a construction error.