Hungary as the little Carpathian Basin’s settler is the country of traditions, virtue, and diversity. As for the geography of the country, it has mountain ranges all over the borders because of the Carpathian Basin, but it also has plains on the southern parts of the country. Hungary was scattered into pieces after the Second World War, and its people still hold a grudge with losing their fellow people, and the marvellous places that were glued to other countries.
The capital city of Hungary, Budapest lies on the sides of the river Danube, split into Buda and Pest, which are connected by at least seven bridges. The diversity of the two sides is shown significantly through their landscapes. On the Buda side, it is much more of a green area, than Pest, which is more industrial, and where the pubs, bars, and restaurants situated. The nightlife is also more lively on the Pest side, while we can find the Buda castle, and other marvellous architectural works of art on the Buda side, around the Gellért-mountain.
Other than Budapest, there are some other great cities in Hungary, such as Szeged, Debrecen, or Pécs. All represent the region where they belong, and the cultural aspects, such as an accent, or various traditions that are completely one of a kind inside the country and not just in Europe.
As many other European countries, Hungary can also be visited at any time of the year, since it offers great opportunities at any time of the year.