Without Lake Balaton, many cannot imagine a fulfilling summer holiday. The biggest lake in Hungary and Central Europe has many opportunities for tourists from beaches, wine regions, mountains, museums, and even caves. If you would like to enjoy the perfect view of Balaton, we recommend visiting one of its best wine terraces.
Femina reported that wine tasting is the best if it comes with a relaxing and beautiful environment, and the amazing scenery and shining water surface of Lake Balaton are just perfect ingredients for this activity. In the region of Badacsony, Csopak, and South Balaton, the best wine terraces offer everyone the experience of a lifetime. Let us see the top ten best ones.
Badacsony, mountain ranges, sunset, and the amazing scenery of the lake with excellent Hungarian wines.
Jásdi Wine Terrace
Located in Csopak, one can enjoy the view of the lake and the area’s unique geological features.
Located in the region of the Szent György Mountain, you can enjoy the vineyards of the region.
The perfect spot to enjoy the sunset of Badacsony.
Pócz Wine Cellar
Surrounded by pure nature in Balatonlelle, you can enjoy the view of Badacsony and the South Balaton region.
The terrace is located beneath the Lengyel Chapel, one of the many famous buildings surrounding Lake Balaton.
Located in Balatonderecs, you can enjoy the view of the lake and its iconic Castle of Szigliget.
Petrányi Cellar and Wine Terrace
Located at the top of Csopak, you can taste excellent wines and local traditional dishes.
Tagyon Birtok Baráti Társaság
The terrace offers a beautiful scenery of the Nivegy Valley.
Homola Wine Terrace Paloznak
With wines and traditional dishes, the place sometimes offers nights with live music.
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Balaton, Fertő, Velence: what are the name origins of Hungary’s largest lakes?
From Celtic tribes to Italian workers, the names of Hungary’s largest lakes reveal centuries of eventful history in the Carpathian Basin. There are thousands of lakes in the territory of Hungary, offering endless recreational opportunities across the country. The names most foreigners are familiar with are Balaton, Lake Velence, and Lake Fertő, and although visiting these places is always a good idea, it is also worth digging into their history to learn some interesting facts about their origin, as did Hungarian website Divany.