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  1. Charles Simonyi | Biography & Facts | Britannica

    Charles Simonyi, Hungarian-born American software executive and space tourist. While with Microsoft, he developed Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. In 2007 he became the fifth paying traveler sent into space by the American space tourism company Space Adventures. He returned to space two years later.

  2. 15 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Hungary | PlanetWare
    • Buda Castle, Budapest. When you first set eyes on spectacular Buda Castle (Budavári Palota) in Budapest, you'll appreciate why so many people consider the city the "Paris of the East."
    • The Danube. The beautiful Danube River flows through Hungary from north to south, and as it passes through Budapest, it splits the city in two. One of the best sunset views of the river and of both Buda and Pest is from the Freedom Bridge, a favorite spot for locals.
    • Historic Spa Towns. If you're looking for a vacation that combines some down time with a rich cultural experience, Hungary certainly delivers. There are many historic spa towns and facilities throughout the country offering everything from simple bathing in regenerative waters to longer stays in lovely spa resorts.
    • Esztergom Basilica. Dominating the attractive skyline of one of the oldest of Hungarian towns, the spectacular edifice that is Esztergom Basilica (Esztergomi bazilika) is well worth the 46-kilometer journey from Budapest.
  3. Visegrád – Travel guide at Wikivoyageád

    King Charles I of Hungary made Visegrád, his hometown, the royal seat of Hungary in 1325. In 1335, Charles hosted at Visegrád a two-month congress with the Bohemian king, John of Luxembourg, and the Polish king, Casimir III. It was crucial in creating a peace between the three kingdoms and securing an alliance between Poland and Hungary against Habsburg Austria. Another congress followed in 1338.

  4. 13 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions of Budapest's Castle Hill ...

    Oct 07, 2019 · In 1309, Charles Robert of Anjou was crowned King Charles I of Hungary here. Under King Matthias, after whom the church is named, side-chapels were added, together with an oratory for the royal family and a new south tower bearing the arms of Matthias Corvinus, dated 1470.

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  6. Tourism in Hungary - Wikipedia

    There is a long history of tourism in Hungary, and Hungary was the world's thirteenth most visited tourist destination country in 2002. Tourism increased by nearly 7 percent between 2004 and 2005. European visitors comprise more than 98 per cent of Hungary's tourists.

  7. Visegrád Group - Wikipediaád_group

    One of Hungary's top tourist destinations is Lake Balaton, the largest freshwater lake in Central Europe, with 1.2 million visitors in 2008. The most visited region is Budapest; the Hungarian capital attracted 3.61 million visitors in 2008. Hungary was the world's 24th most visited country in 2011. Poland

  8. Heroes' Square-Hősök Tere in Budapest, Hungary

    Nov 06, 2020 · Charles Robert – created a strong and wealthy Hungary in the first half of the 14th century I Nagy Lajos (Luis the Great)-son of Charles Robert, during his reign Hungary reached the greatest expansion of its territory

  9. What do Czechs and Hungarians think of each other? - Quora

    Jun 02, 2017 · Here another Czech. Hungarians have lived with us in Austria-Hungary and are viewed as allies from many viewpoints (the Visegrád Group etc.) – and yes, many Czechs root for Orbán these days – but they still seem rather “distant” from us, partly be...

  10. Amazing tourist attractions that no longer exist

    Sep 26, 2020 · Amazing tourist attractions that no longer exist Frances Carruthers 9/26/2020. ... like this one by English artist Charles Blomfield. ... Hungary. While it may not possess stunning architecture or ...

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