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Studded with captivating castles, and historic Gothic and Renaissance buildings, these countries reflect the ethereal East-European heritage in all that they offer. Both destinations are known for their food culture which is flavours blend of Italian, Roman, and Turkish delicacies. Croatia is an island country whereas Hungary is a landlocked one.
The peak time to visit Croatia and Hungary is from May to September when the climate is blissfully balmy and the sea is warm; ideal for swimming.
Well, the cost of your trip will depend a lot on how you want to take this trip. The minimum cost per adult will be close to INR 1,00,000 and can stretch up to more than INR 2,00,000.
Indians are required to have a prior visa for both countries to enter the Schengen State.
This elegant city on the coast of the Adriatic Sea is a mix of historical charm and modern entertainment. Some of the well-sustained building include baroque St. Blaise Church, Renaissance Sponza church, and Gothic Rector’s Palace, now turned into a museum. There are other artistic buildings and lines of shops and eateries. Banje, the main beach of the city turns lively at night with beachside clubs, Orchestra, and art galleries. There is sea facing hotels like Hotel Lapad, and Hotel Vis which offer a polished stay.
The aesthetically pleasing city of Budapest is full of fine examples of architecture right from the time of the Romans, a number of churches, and museums. River Danube splits the city into two halves, the ancient and hilly region of Buda and the modern Pest. They are connected by numerous picturesque bridges. The ornate thermal baths with massive swimming pools and jet massages make a distinct feature of Budapest. Things to do in Budapest include –
– Buda Castle, a home to Hungarian art collection
– Fisherman’s Bastion, a 19th-century fortress providing panoramic views of the city.
– Szechenyi Thermal Bath
– St.Stephen’s Basilica
A celebrated summer resort, Hvar has cozy and comfortable stay facilities offered by hotels on the beachfront. The port town has refreshing islands and inland lavender fields to flaunt. It is a must visit for explorers of Eastern Europe, especially wine lovers.
Allow a cool spray from the mighty waterfalls to dampen your clothes, and alpine trees to brush against your arm to heartily experience this national park comprising of lakes, caves, waterfalls, and hiking trails. Also, there is a lot in store for adrenaline junkies including rafting, camping, and a lofty zipline.
Beaches, food, wine, and meeting people are aspects you should look forward to while on the soothing island of Brac. The resort town of Bol, which is a part of the island, is known for windsurfing and the Zlatni Rat beach. Other than this particular beach, all beaches in Brac are not so crowded and offer moments of leisure with soft, white pebble paths, and scrumptious fish.
A tranquilizing sail across the Danube to scan through the beautiful buildings of Hungary under evening lights, along with Hungarian snacks and drinks is something you can’t miss.
Hungarian Parliament Building
– Currency: Croatian Kuna and Hungarian Forint are currencies that are widely accepted. Euros are accepted for some items or services but that is entirely unofficial.
– Time difference: 2 hours ahead of GMT
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