One of the classic tours in Budapest is a visit to the town of San Andrés. It is just 20 minutes from the capital and has certain features that make it worthwhile. It is a bohemian village, also bathed by the Danube, which was occupied by Serbs and Greeks a long time ago, when their lands were, in turn, occupied by the Turks. The village, therefore, has a Mediterranean flair that sets it apart from the typical local buildings. Until a few years ago it was home to many poets, painters and intellectuals, although in recent years it has become more of a tourist attraction.
Miskolctapolca, northeastern Hungary, was a city only after several plebiscites separated in Miskolc and Tapolca. On the outskirts of the latter, are the Baths cave or Barlang-Fürdo. It is very typical to take advantage of the hot springs here. The sppa here has an outdoor swimming pool and the rocks are literally the only peaks in the country, the mountains Bükk. Just ahead is a beautiful packet with lake, small boats and swans included.
Debrecen is the most eastern Hungarian city, and the second largest population-wise. In the mis 19th century, it was the capital of Hungary, rebelling against the Hungarian troops of the Hapsburg monarchy. They were defeated and the Austro-Hungarian empire continued. Unlike the rest of the country which is Catholic, it is a Protestant city of Calvinist influence. Maybe for this reason we saw a group of musicians and a singer who, we were told, were preaching Christianity.... The Protestant Church of Santa Ana is in the city centre, in front of a fountain whose tiles are reminiscent of the Tartar invasion (suffered by the city in the thirteenth century). The old town has a great atmosphere, especially for people with a sweet tooth, they have really cheap ice cream.