Hungary, cheap Hotels, Hotel rooms, cheap rooms, bed and breakfast, camping, youth hostels, beds in Hungary
Cheap hostels hotels youth hostels pensions rooms bed and breakfast in Budapest HungaryHungary

Armenia Austria Belgium Bulgaria Corsica Cyprus
Czech Rep.. Danemark England Estonia Finland France
Germany Greece Holland Hungary Iceland Ireland
Italy Luxembourg Norway Poland Portugal Russia
Scotland Sicily Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland
Turkey UK Wales      

Balatonfured | Budapest | Debrecen | Eger | Gyor | Pecs | Siofok | Szekesfehervar | Tihany


Hungary:
Hung. Magyarország, officially Republic of Hungary, republic (1995 est. pop. 10,319,000), 35,919 sq mi (93,030 sq km), central Europe. Hungary borders on Slovakia in the north, on Ukraine in the northeast, on Romania in the east, on Slovenia, Croatia, and Yugoslavia in the south, and on Austria in the west. The Danube River forms the Slovak-Hungarian border from a point near Bratislava to another near Esztergom, then turns sharply south and bisects the country. Budapest is Hungary's capital and its largest city.

To the east of the Danube, the Great Hungarian Plain (Hung. Alföld) extends beyond the Hungarian boundaries to the Carpathians and the Transylvanian Alps. The Dráva and Tisza rivers are also important waterways. To the west of the Danube is the Little Alföld and the Transdanubian region, which are separated by the Bakony and Vértes mts. The Mátra Mts. in the north reach a height of 3,330 ft (1,015 m) at Kékes, the highest peak in Hungary. Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Hungary and in central Europe, is a leading resort area. Hungary has cold winters and hot summers; springs and autumns are short.

Situated on a plain near the geographic center of Europe, Hungary has been the meeting place and battleground of many peoples, and its heterogeneous population was often the cause of social upheaval before 1919. However, as a result of the separation of non-Hungarian territories after World War I, the great slaughter of the Jews in World War II, and the exchange after the war of Slavic and Romanian minorities for their Magyar counterparts, Hungary is today essentially homogeneous. The Magyars constitute about 90% of the population. There are small minorities of Gypsies, Germans, Serbs, and other groups. Hungarian is the official language. About two thirds of the people are Roman Catholic, but there is a large Calvinist minority. Hungary still has the largest Jewish population in Central and Eastern Europe (100,000-120,000).


Hotels, hostels, youthhostels, and cheap hotels worldwide.
As well as normal hostels, rooms-europe.de also offers a number of alternatives to cater for the rapidly changing requirements of travellers the world over. ......from three star hotels in Paris to campsites in Italy or safari lodges in South Africa, there is a vast and varied selection of accommodation available for budget travellers and those who prefer a bit more luxury.

Contact
Privacy
All rights reserved rooms-europe.de
Hotels and Hostels January 10