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Uncover Hungary's Natural Wonders: A Journey Beyond the Ordinary

Tuesday, 18 June 2024 09:00 AM

Visit Hungary

From Lush Forests to Starry Skies: Hungary's Hidden Treasures Await

MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / June 18, 2024 / Hungary, renowned for its historic cities and cultural heritage, invites travelers to delve deeper into its rich natural tapestry. The nation's stunning biodiversity, expansive national parks, and exceptional stargazing opportunities make it a hidden gem for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

Hortobágy National Park
Hortobágy National Park



Hungary's commitment to preserving its natural heritage is showcased by its impressive biodiversity. With over 2,200 plant species and 45,000 animal species, Hungary is a wildlife sanctuary. This rich biodiversity is protected and celebrated across the country's 10 national parks, which span over 480,000 hectares. These parks offer diverse landscapes, from the rugged peaks of the Bükk Mountains to the serene wetlands of Hortobágy, each providing unique habitats for various species.

"Discovering Hungary's natural beauty is like unveiling a hidden gem. Our national parks, diverse wildlife, and incredible stargazing opportunities provide a unique and enriching experience for travelers," said György Lendvai, Head of Business Development (North America) for Visit Hungary. "We are committed to preserving our natural heritage and inviting the world to explore and appreciate Hungary's wonders."

One of Hungary's standout natural offerings is its network of dark sky parks, providing unparalleled stargazing experiences. Hungary's efforts in reducing light pollution have earned the country recognition as one of Europe's premier destinations for astronomy enthusiasts. The Zselic Starry Sky Park and the Hortobágy Starry Sky Park, in particular, are havens for those looking to explore the cosmos and marvel at the Milky Way's splendor.

For adventure seekers who prefer exploring on foot, Hungary offers over 11,000 kilometers of marked hiking trails. These trails traverse the country's varied terrain, providing hikers with breathtaking views and a chance to encounter Hungary's rich flora and fauna up close. The National Blue Trail, one of the oldest long-distance hiking routes in Europe, offers an unforgettable journey through Hungary's picturesque landscapes, from verdant forests to charming villages.

Hungary's national parks are also a haven for birdwatching. The Kiskunság and Hortobágy National Parks are recognized as important bird areas, hosting thousands of migratory birds annually. These parks provide unique opportunities for bird enthusiasts to observe rare species in their natural habitats, contributing to Hungary's reputation as a premier bird-watching destination.

Visit Hungary invites nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts, and curious travelers to uncover Hungary's natural world. Whether it's hiking through ancient forests, observing rare wildlife or gazing at the starry night sky, Hungary promises an unforgettable adventure.

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About Visit Hungary

The Hungarian Tourism Agency operates in international markets under the brand name Visit Hungary. Visit Hungary performs domestic and international sales and marketing communication tasks related to tourism, manages the international tourism representation, executes image and product campaigns both in Hungary and abroad, produces tourism and image publications, conducts research and analysis in support of marketing communication activities, and participates in fairs and tourism trade fairs to promote domestic and foreign tourism. For more information, please visit www.visithungary.com.

Contact Information

Jacobo Waincier
Senior Account Executive
[email protected]
6177840349

SOURCE: Visit Hungary

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