We also found a unicorn that protects Badacsony.
More precisely, Eplény is. The local ski arena knows everything that makes winters loveable. Photo gallery.
Everyone who set foot on the shores of Lake Balaton built forts: the Celts, Romans, Franks, Hungarians and Turks as well. Then they went on to destroy others' forts. We collected the remaining ones in this article. Early loo architecture, a Celtic tour, wooden towers, sword-fighting and archery from Pécsely to Zalavár.
It is amazing how many pieces of contemporary and 20th century work of art fit into the castle district of Veszprém.
The elephant house, which was opened on 9 October, will be followed by further developments until spring 2015.
For 10 years now, Balatonfüred's historical city centre and promenades have been in the process of renewal, taking small steps along a uniform concept. We explored the pleasantry of being a tourist in Füred.
We took a trip to the OMSZ's Storm Warning Observatory in, which bears an eerie resemblance to any of the bunkers in Lost.
We digged into the secret of Tihany and tried to find out whether Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt really did buy a villa here.
We have come up with something new! We Love Balaton now has a map-based search tool.
If the Balaton Bike Ring with more than 200 kilometres is no longer a challenge for you, check out its little brother.
Hévíz, Keszthely, Gyenesdiás and Vonyarcvashegy sit cosily side by side in the northwestern corner of the Balaton. We explored the area in search of things to do around here.
We look around where to start in Badacsony. In order not to miss a thing, we called a local expert to our aid.
A bit of Somogy County, a bit of India and a bit of the Shire from the Lord of the Rings. The Krishna Valley in Somogyvámos is closed but open to all, mystical and profane. Sacred cows, friendly inhabitants, no alcohol, no violence, no electricity.