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Hungarian Food and Wine go back many centuriesâ¦
The Carpathian basin is blessed with the perfect climate and soil to grow superb
grapes and gift Hungary with great wines, some so unique, they can not be
reproduced anywhere else in the world. There are 22 distinguished wine
regions in Hungary.
world renown Bulls Blood comes from the Eger region and the
sweet Aszu wines are from Tokaj, both located in the hills of the
Northern Uplands. The extraordinary village of Hajos in the Great Plains
region has over a thousand wine cellars owned by locals. The friendly
folks of this area will happily invite you in to sample their tasty products.
Enjoy the ruby red wines of Villany in the Transdanubia area and the
wine regions of Lake Balaton will also offer any visitor great wine choices,
local culture and nature all at once. These are only a few examples for those
that are truly interested in the countryâ™s wine culture. Visits to vineyards and
cellars could be a multiple day trip on itâ™s own or it could be combined with
your other Hungarian tour activities.
love to eat and entertain guests. Enjoy culinary pleasures of the country in
many restaurant around Budapest and the rest of the country; with gypsy music in
the back ground for a complete a experience. The most unique taste of Hungary is
the paprika. Find out about this spice in the "Hungarian Paprika Capital",
Kalocsa. Gulyas soup originating from the Great Plain is served with great
history. Fish Soups of Szeged are the most well know in the country. Pick
and choose the best flavors to suite your tastes from the great selection of
Hungarian Salamis. Most dishes are sure to be at least dashed with the great
paprika. Absolutely no visitor should be allowed to leave Hungary without trying
at least once the nations fine spirit, the Palinka!
Prices, Dates & What's Included:
Prices available upon request...