Planning a trip to Hungary? Hungary’s brand new VR map with useful information will guide you in your preparation, the Embassy of Hungary in Washington DC wrote in a Facebook post.
You can find Hungary’s first VR map HERE. We have to say that the map does not involve all of the visitable places in the country. For example, you cannot find information about Hollókő, the traditional Hungarian village known for the folk customs locals keep or Zala County. Or, even though the maps show Pápa and indicate it shares information and images about the jaw-dropping Transdanubian Baroque city, in reality, you cannot find any information about it.
Otherwise, the map is easy to use. You can visit many places in Hungary from the comfort of your home and read a lot of information to plan your trip. Unfortunately, most of Budapest was captured in the evening (as you can see on our featured image), and the program does not contain a daylight mode. But you can take photos any time to save the place you might want to visit.