Wheelchair accessible Hungary is bordered by a lot of countries, Austria, Serbia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Romania. It reflects the many diverse changes of all the rulers in its long history. When visiting wheelchair accessible Hungary, you have the opportunity to experience the best of both worlds. On the one hand, you witness the historical past of Hungary. On the other hand, you enjoy how modern Hungary continues to develop.


What to see

Hungary has relatively low mountains to the north-west and the Great Plain to the east. It also has beautiful lakes and rivers spread all over the country. For example, the Balaton lake where the huge festival of Balaton Sounds takes place at the beginning of July every summer.

Budapest is the impressive capital of Hungary. The city consists of two parts: Buda and Pest. They are separated by the Danube River and were two separate cities until 1873. In that year, they merged into today’s Budapest. The center of the city is situated in Pest and the quieter part of the city, just across the Danube, is Buda. Throughout both parts, you find many beautiful sights that are worth a visit.

About Hungary

Hungary is one of the oldest countries in Central Europe and has kept many elements of its past including its gastronomy. The Hungarian national ‘goulash’ dish is definitely worth a try! Hungary is also famous for wines from the Olaszrizling to the sweet Tokaj. Hungary offers a rich folk culture with some of the oldest traditions still alive in Europe today. For example, you could just be strolling in the streets near the Balaton lake and see a mass of people dressed up in traditional costumes. You will meet the most friendly people over there because the Hungarian are famous for their hospitality. Do not be surprised if you get invited to have dinner at someone’s house, it is totally normal.