Category: Special Hungary

Why do Hungarians wear a band with the national colours in the middle of March? Which is the most popular Hungarian spice? What are the unique features of the Hungarian Easter holidays? You will find the answers to these and other, similar questions in the “Hungarian Special” section, since the editorial staff of the website also intends to provide general information about Hungarians so we will share some interesting facts about our nation as well. You might find it interesting to browse through all of these articles since they can help you to get a better understanding of Hungarian culture and Hungarian people.

5 interesting things about the Hortobágy National Park

Have you ever been to the Hortobágy National Park?

The four seasons at Lake Balaton – Amazing video

Which is your favourite spot at Lake Balaton? :)

Recipe of the week: Golden dumplings (Aranygaluska)

A dessert that will top off your day for sure! ;)

Guardians of the Holy Crown in Hungary – VIDEO

Watch this great video with English or Russian subtitle :) VIDEO HERE:

The secrets of District II

A nice place to take a walk and enjoy the sunshine :)

Hungarian operetta, a less known Hungaricum

Let's find out more about a Hungaricum representing cultural values for Hungarians! :D

Quiz – the 19 Hungarian counties

Did you like the articles about the 19 Hungarian counties? Test how much you remember! :)

John von Neumann, the father of modern computers

There is a chance you are reading it on a computer

Waterfronts in Hungary that deserve more recognition – Part 2

Here is part 2 of the article about beautiful waterfronts in Hungary that deserve more recognition. As it has been already mentioned in part 1, Szeretlekmagyarország.hu assembled a list of 13 waterfronts in Hungary that are not so well-known, even though they are beautiful places to be. The list aims to encourage travellers to think beyond the Lake Balaton when it comes to a waterfront trip in Hungary. Lake Tisza Lake Tisza is the largest artificial lake in Hungary that is located in Heves county. As part of the ongoing Tisza River flood control project, the Tisza Dam was built ... Read more

A day of nostalgia: favourite Hungarian cartoons of our childhood

Which is your favourite Hungarian cartoon? :)

Pumi, the fluffy Hungarian shepherd dog

Get to know the Hungarian pumi :)

A Hungarian recipe for New Year’s Day: lentil stew

Try out the recipe of the Hungarian lentil stew on New Year's Day! :)

10 interesting facts about Matthias Church

Budapest's oldest church stood the test of time

Waterfronts in Hungary that deserve more recognition – Part 1

Hungary is often referred to as the land of waters. Szeretlekmagyarország.hu assembled a list of 13 waterfronts in Hungary that are not so well-known, even though they are beautiful places to be. The list contains brook sides, lakeshores and beaches that are definitely worth visiting. The list aims to encourage travellers to think beyond Lake Balaton when it comes to a waterfront trip in Hungary. The Gaja brook in Bakony The Gaja brook is the most important watercourse in the Eastern part of the Bakony Mountains. Gaja brook also has the clearest water in the whole Bakony. The brook supplies the ... Read more