How many people live in Budapest?
About 100.000
It has 5 million inhabitants
Less than 2 million people

Wine tourism

Wine tourism and gastro tours in Hungary

If you want to visit a place where you can indulge in gastronomy and wines, Hungary is a prime location you should visit at least once in a lifetime. The country offers a special local cuisine and many world-famous wine regions – it will be a lifetime experience guaranteed.

Let's start with a few words about the great wine regions of the country. The prime location you should definitely visit is Tokaj, the world's first delimited wine region, where you can taste some of the finest wines in existence.

But Tokaj is far from being the only great wine region of the country – Villány, Eger, Sopron and other regions are too definitely worthy of a tour, because you will not only get to taste some special local wines, but also have a great experience in the beautiful Hungarian countryside.

If you want a tour in these regions, you won't be left on your own: you can participate in one of the professionally organized wine tasting trips – you will be able to visit the most beautiful cellars, taste the best wine the country has to offer, and generally have a great time.

Read more on wine tastings and wine tours on the wine tourism guide and Hungarian gastro info portal.

But wine is not the only thing you should try out when you visit Hungary...

The Hungarian cuisine is a very special and unique one. World-famous foods like the gulash are only the tip of the iceberg, but if you look for a gastro tour, you shouldn't worry, you will be able to taste all what the country has to offer.

You can take part in culinary tour walks in the capital, Budapest, visiting the best restaurants in town. You can go in groups or have a guide for yourself for a private tour – you can go as you like, but it is certain that you will be able to discover everything only Hungarian cuisine can offer you.

With a tour of the kind you won’t miss out on anything and you will get a truly personal experience. It is advised that you look beyond Budapest and take a tour in the countryside too – if you spend a few days in the famous wine regions, beautiful towns and villages of rural Hungary, you will have the gastronomic adventure of a lifetime.