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Experiences not to be missed around Tokaj

Boldogkő Castle
Boldogkő
Tokaj and Nyíregyháza

This region offers lovers of culture and history interesting attractions and programmes. Discover the historic castles of the Zemplén Mountains, an experience available even as a walking tour, the renovated forts in Füzér and Szerencs, and the Rákóczi Castle in Sárospatak!

The wine of kings, the king of wines

Legend has it that King Louis XV of France said the following to his lover, Madame de Pompadour, as he was handing her a glass of Tokaji Aszú: “This is the wine of kings and the king of wines.” According to another legend, it was Louis XIV who said this after having tasted the wine received from Rákóczi as a gift. Don’t miss out on the majestic nectar and make sure to taste it in the depths of a hundreds-of-years-old cellar!

The birthplace of the world-famous Tokaji Aszú

Onto the slopes in the vineyards of Mád

If you want to capture the genuine atmosphere of the wine regions of northern Hungary, then head out, and discover the most beautiful and oldest vineyards and finish the day with a picnic that guarantees a picturesque view.

Zemplén Adventure Park

Slide down at a speed of 80 km/h on the 1036-metre-long zip line between Szár Hill and Magas Hill, a unique facility in Hungary, as, even in Europe, there are only similar structures in the Alps. Make sure you don’t miss the various adventure courses and climbing walls either, speed through the country’s longest course with a bobsled or ski down one of the three ski slopes, even when there’s no snow.

Green Pyramid in the Nyíregyháza Zoo

Learn about the ecosystem of oceans and rainforests in this building that is unique even in Europe, where visitors can walk through glass hallways and observe sharks, rays and coral living in the 500,000-litre aquarium.

Boldogkő Castle

The picturesque Boldogkő Castle’s outlying, steep rocky ridge provides a view of the wild and romantic countryside, not to mention the fact that it’s a great spot for taking unique selfies.

Amazing view from the Castle

Road of medieval churches

Hop on a bicycle and discover the region of the Upper Tisza, rich in churches, where unique tiny churches, wooden bell towers, medieval frescoes preserved in excellent condition, painted galleries, richly decorated coffered ceilings and carved pulpits await you.

Canoeing on the Upper Tisza

The most popular route for kayaking and canoeing on the Tisza is a place where everyone should try at least once what it feels like to paddle down a river! For beginners, it is the ideal place to learn how to paddle while the countless bends and sandbanks of the Tisza make spending time here a true adventure.

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