Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen
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Churches and Cathedrals
西行路上The church next to the Miskolc City Square is beautiful, but it’s not time to go in
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Castle
138***46There is a 15th-century castle near the city. It is open to the public to visit the rooms in the castle of the crown prince. It is said that in summer, actors wear costumes in the castle every week. There are also arenas and horse farms. There are also trout farms nearby. Not bad, the restaurant is right at the door. Many locals come to the museum to learn about history and culture. Today, the snowy road is frozen and it is not easy to walk. It's about 2 hours by car from Budapest on the highway.
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Historical Site
小妞儿挺乖The baptism of the sun, into the pastoral scenery. There are large tracts of grapes here to receive the baptism of the sun. Tokaj Wine Region is located in a small village in Hungary, where two rivers meet, and the fertile sand creates a number Hundreds of wine cellars. We drove to the town, and then walked to the winery we reserved. Most of the winery visits here require an appointment, otherwise we will be turned away. This is one of Hungary's most famous wineries, and the wine here is famous all over the world. Here you can find expensive Icatos, and you can buy formins from small vendors. Wine is very free here, we can choose our favorite wine, there is no need to be bound by those rules. When we were standing on a high ground, watching the large tracts of grape racks absorb as much heat as possible in the afterglow of the setting sun, thinking that these grapes must be particularly delicious, and our taste buds moved greatly. The color of the sunset here is not so dazzling, but the scene of the sunset on the high ground is so quiet, crowds in the distance, and the lights are rising at home. The surface of the lake is so quiet that there is no ripples. Visiting guide: Scenic address: Hungary, Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen County
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Cave
National Park
coo***anMost parts of the cave system can be visited and there are various routes that visitors can take. We booked for the "grand tour", a five-hour long hike. The group was about 40 people of all ages (I was worried because there was a two-year-old child, but, luckily, it caused no complications). We had a guide who was helpful, knowledgeable and had a good sense of humour. He was also very experienced. Every time there was a question, he went into details, so we learnt a lot of extra info besides the general tour info. The cave itself is breathtaking at places, at other parts there is not much to see. The alterations to the cave were made carefully to make as little change in the original environment as possible. The spectacular areas are well lit, no artificial colours. The car park is huge.
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