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Activities on the Danube Bend

Szentendre Island
The countryside is almost untouched, and the landscape just cries out for a camera. When in need of a good rest, you come onto the island and are immediately impressed by the "island feeling". For the outdoor enthusiast, Szentendre Island and the surrounding hills offer miles of hiking trails. Water-sports (water-skiing and canoeing), horseback riding and fishing are also available within a short distance. For the romantic, we offer a horse-drawn carriage, sleigh rides (winter season only), gourmet picnic baskets and river cruises.

Horseback riding

Hungary is a land with a long tradition of riding holidays. The untouched natural environment of Szentendre Island attracts those who seek a genuine riding experience. Stables, paddocks and excellent terrain for cross-country riding are all to be found here. Riding tuition can be given by qualified instructors.

Hiking in the hills

Established in 1997, the Danube-Ipoly National Park lies to the north of the capital, and includes large areas of the Pilis and Börzsöny Hills between the Rivers Danube and Ipoly. The Danube Bend is one of the most beautiful parts of this area of over 60,000-hectares.
This is a land of a thousand faces and one of the most popular areas for excursions in the country. A wild and romantic landscape of hills and valleys, the volcanic Visegrád Hills stretch from the birthplace of the first Hungarian king, Istvan I, in Esztergom, where he was later crowned, all the way downstream to Szentendre.

Cultural sightseeing

The Danube Bend is one of the richest areas in Hungary in terms of its cultural and historic heritage. Visegrád, a former royal seat of Hungarian kings, boasts a wealth of architectural heritage: the 11th-century bailiff's castle and the ruins of the decanal church, the 13th- to 15th-century citadel and lower castle, as well as the 14th/15th-century Royal Palace, which impressively conjures up the pomp of days gone by.

is known as the town of living art due to its internationally renowned artists’ colony and its museums and galleries. With its well-preserved, distinctive 18th-century townscape, the centre consists of a group of heritage buildings unique in Hungary. Here the streets, buildings, museums, and churches all play their part as history and art come to life. The Open-Air Ethnographic Museum situated on the outskirts of town provides an excellent opportunity to become familiar with the vernacular architecture and folk heritage of most of Hungary’s regions.

Thermal baths

Hungary is one of the richest of countries when it comes to thermal baths: there is no other country in the world where so many kinds of healing-waters bubble up within such a small area. Today, thermal waters are a powerful attraction, but not only for people who would like to recover their health: in addition to their healing powers watering-places are also suitable for refreshment, entertainment and sports. On the Danube Bend the towns of Leányfalú, Visegrád and Esztergom all offer unique thermal water complexes and fun “aqua-experiences”.

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