We drove 90 kilometers from Budapest to this small town in Lake Balaton. Green eyes, sunflowers, and corn fields are full of fruits along the way. The town is like a small mountain city, with different heights, and various handicraft shops and restaurants are hidden by the roadside. When you look up, you can see the white twin towers of the Benedictine Monastery, and a bird's-eye view of the jade-green Lake Balaton. It is a leisurely stroll.
On the Dorsett Island, passing by a toy store selling all kinds of dolls, the most admirable thing is that the owner of this store does not place the dolls in the store orderly, but puts them in various places in his house. , From a distance, it looks like a fantasy doll house. In terms of details, these dolls are also exquisite in workmanship. Each doll is different, with different looks, prominent expressions, and very cute.
Good place for vacation! There are mountains and waters, and the scenery is beautiful. The whole family can find their favorite ways to play. You can take a speedboat to tour the lake, you can hike, you can visit the town, the vineyard, the lavender field, or you can barbecue in the hotel yard. The buildings are very distinctive, and the price of accommodation is moderate. It is recommended to stay for at least three days.
Tehauney, the town of Tehauney, is a fairy tale that is so memorable.
The largest lake in Europe~~ Lake Balaton, creamy green.
Tihany, a small town near the mountains and rivers in Hungary~~ Tihany is so beautiful.
Everyone has the opportunity to take a walk along the Herend, Tihany, Lake Balaton line, which is less than 2 hours' drive from Budapest.
Lake Balaton in Hungary is the largest lake in central Europe. It is also known as the Hungarian Sea. The Tihany Peninsula is on its north shore. The town is picturesque. Unfortunately, we can only move freely for an hour with the group. I didn't even have time to go shopping. Lavender is produced here, but I didn't see a large field of lavender. It's good to take small and fresh photos. There is a Benedictine Abbey on it. The trout three-course western food I ate here at noon is also okay, as well as the Hungarian specialty potato beef soup