Built in the middle of the 16th century, this minaret is one of the most beautiful examples of Turkish architecture in the city.
This church sure is an eye-catcher. It was built in Baroque style in the 18th century and has undergone a reconstruction in 2014.
This place is packed with wine cellars which offer great regional wine for reasonable prices. Wine tastings also take place here.
The Eger Castle is a castle in Eger, Hungary. Historically, it is known for repelling the Turkish attack in 1552 during the Siege of Eger.
The Cave Bath (Hungarian: Barlangfürdő<(Hungarian: barlang ‘cave’+ is a thermal bath in a natural cave in Miskolctapolca.
The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Apostle or more formally Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of St.
The Castle of Diósgyőr is a medieval castle in the historical town of Diósgyőr which is now part of the Northern Hungarian city Miskolc.
The Wooden Church is a church in Miskolc, Hungary. It is built of carved wood.
Hollókő is a Palóc ethnographic village in Hungary and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its name means "Raven-stone" in Hungarian.
Tokaj wine region or Tokaj-Hegyalja wine region is a historical wine region located in northeastern Hungary and southeastern Slovakia.
Drégely Castle is a 13th-century hilltop castle in Nógrád County, Hungary. It is in ruins, but being restored.
The Anna Cave is a natural limestone cave in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary, near the waterfall.
A well-restored staple of medieval architecture - the kind of castle everyone can imagine.
Lake Tisza, also known as Kisköre Reservoir, is the largest artificial lake in Hungary.
The views of the surroundings from the top of this stunning castle ruin are simply amazing. Highlight: the preserved Gothic chapel.
On 19 January 2006 an Antonov An-24 aircraft operated by the Slovak Air Force crashed in northern Hungary, near the village of Hejce and…
Theodore George Romzha was the bishop of the Ruthenian Catholic Eparchy of Mukacheve from 1944 to 1947.
An enchanting late Renaissance castle. You can look around the surrounding bastion or visit the castle museum inside.