Classic Larapinta Trek

I have returned from my Australia holidays and the Larapinta trek that I booked via your organization was the most wonderful experience. The scenery of central Australia is really awesome (you should go and visit yourself if you haven´t done it yet) and the organisation of the trek was perfect.

Many thanks to world expeditions. I will definitely come back to you for future trips.

Natascha S. | The Netherlands
 

Hungary

Hungary

Most of Hungary is a fertile, rolling plain lying east of the Danube River and drained by the Danube and Tisza Rivers. In the extreme northwest is the Little Hungarian Plain.  It has seven neighbours in all - Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia & Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia.  The country has over 1000 lakes - the largest, Balaton, is strewn with thermal springs.


Featured Adventures

Danube Cycle

Cycle across three European borders to the romantic city of Budapest
 
14 days |
Moderate | Cycling

Danube Explorer to Budapest

Journey by bike and ship through Austria and Hungary along the mighty Danube
 
8 days |
Introductory to Moderate | Cycling | Cruising | Family Adventures

Hungarian Rhapsody

Cycle from Vienna to Budapest along the Danube cycle path
 
8 days |
Moderate | Cycling
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The Weather in Hungary

Temperatures in Hungary vary from the minus twenties to the plus thirties (celcius)!

The western part of the country usually receives more rain than the eastern part, where long dry spells may occur in summertime. Weather conditions in the Great Plain can be especially harsh, with hot summers, cold winters, and scant rainfall.

May and June can be wet months but springtime is a great time to visit in Hungary. The Hungarian summer is warm, sunny and unusually long.

November is one of the rainiest months of the year, however. Winter can be very cold - so pack your winter woolies!

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