I heard so much stories about this place. I have been here a few times already. Dobogoko is a holiday village 25 km from Budapest to North-West. The name comes from Visegrádi Mountain’s and Danube-bend’s highest point, Dobogo-ko, at 633 m and has 133 inhabitants. You can come here to walk, hike, ski … Continue reading Dobogoko, the heart chakra of the world
Villany is at South Hungary. Around 2/3 hours drive from Budapest. I am no doubt this is the best place for wine lovers. So peaceful, beautiful and their wines are just fantastic. Must visit! Continue reading Wine drinking in Villany, Hungary
I am about to tell you some tradition. This traditions where’s my roots from. The Danube Swabians ( aka Danube Germans, in German Dounaushwaben ) is the name of the language group who has been living in Hungary does speak German, Swabian. The most majority of us came from Bavaria, Swabia and Wurttemberg. The significant … Continue reading The Danube Swabians and The Fasching – Carneval time!
Valentines Day. I am not fuss about it as I think Valentine’s Day is more a created commercial day than a day that you “must” celebrate with a loved one. If you lucky enough to find THE one then you should love him/her every day. Should be there for him/her and make sure he/she knows … Continue reading Valentines Day thoughts
Tihany is the most beautiful and old village I’ve seen in Hungary so far. I’m an old fashioned girl and this is an old fashioned little village. Top of the village there’s the Benedictine Abbey that you can see from miles away. Standing top of Tihany like a proud daddy. Burn down a few times … Continue reading Tihany, the hidden beauty of Hungary