Spring is coming soon! If you would like to explore Hungary’s sun-bathed hills and breathtaking natural treasures, you should start your discovery with the country’s most beautiful waterfalls!

Waterfall of Lillafüred – Miskolc
Lillafüred
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Lillafüred is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful regions of Hungary, while its waterfall is the largest in Hungary’s with its 20 m height.

The natural resource was created during the construction of Hotel Palota because originally Szinva creek flew into Hámori Lake. Accordingly, the Waterfall of Lillafüred is an artificial creature, but that does not take away from its breathtaking panorama and romantic atmosphere.

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Devil Mill Waterfall – Visegrád

Besides Visegrád Citadel, you should not miss Devil Mill Waterfall which can be found nearby, in the valley of Apátkút stream, falling from 25 metres height. The spectacular natural treasure is a popular tourist attraction in the region.

Veil Waterfall – Szilvásvárad
Veil Waterfall Szilvásvárad
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Hungary’s most famous waterfall can be found in Szilvásvárad, in Szalajka Valley. The 19-metres high Veil Waterfall offers a spectacular view of the babbling Szalajka stream. Not to mention the surrounding vegetation that makes the attraction even more breathtaking.

Waterfall of Helena Valley – Parádfürdő

Several natural treasures are hidden in the Mátra Mountains as well. By way of example, you should discover the Waterfall of Helena Valley in Parádfürdő, which is the highest natural waterfall in Hungary – falling from a height of 10 meters. Hardly surprising that we can experience fantastic scenery here as well.

Waterfall in Óbánya valley – Mecsek
Óbánya Valley
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As magyarorszagom.hu reports, the small waterfall has a unique feature that makes it so special – it is not „straight”. Due to the volcanic activities in the Cretaceous period, rocks shifted from their vertical position and created the slanting waterfall of Óbánya valley. The fall is a popular destination for tourists, along with Óbánya’s several natural beauties.

Source: magyarorszagom.hu

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