Trip from Budapest
to Poprad

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Departure from Budapest
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Poprad
13:04h

Trip duration: 244min

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Spissky Castle
Slovakia

60 min

Often described with adjectives like astonishing and incredible, the Spissky Castle more resembles some famous British or French castles than the ones typical of Central... and Eastern Europe. The castle is impressive even from afar as it occupies the entire hilltop and with its mix of Romanesque and Gothic architecture it sure is breathtaking. With such a splendid appearance, it comes as no surprise that this National Cultural Monument featured in many Czech and Slovak movies. The audio tour is included in entrance ticket and inside the castle you will find pottery and blacksmith shops selling souvenirs.

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Kisnana Castle
Hungary

90 min

One of the most beautiful remains of late-Medieval noble residences in Hungary is the romantic Kisnana castle. Originally built as a small family parish in... the 11th or 12th centuries, it was remodeled in the following centuries, but unfortunately destroyed by the Turks in 1543. The castle was in ruins until the mid-20th century when a military practice field was established here. Finally, after the systematic archaeological excavations between 1962 and 1966, the restoration of the site was conducted so today the castle walls are fortified and the Old Tower with exhibition rooms is refurbished. The visitors can learn all about the interesting castle history by watching a 10-minute, 3D movie screened every hour.

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Kosice
Slovakia

105 min

Kosice is a fascinating mix of history and modern times. In the past, Kosice was a gateway between east and west and today it is... still a unique Central European metropolis with so many interesting sites to visit. Its city center is compact and pedestrianized making it easy to do the most important sightseeing in one day. You may start your tour at the town’s main square which features the dazzling Gothic St. Elisabeth Cathedral, the largest cathedral in Slovakia. On the main square there are also the Urbans tower and the chapel of St. Michael, both dating from the 14th century. The whole area of the city center is a very lively place with many restaurants and cafes offering great selection of wines, especially the famous Tokaj wine.

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Miskolc
Hungary

75 min

There are many things to see and do in the city of Miskolc. Starting with the impressive thermal cave baths, picturesque mountains, several museums, the... Castle of Diosgyor, and even a scenic forest train that takes you to Lillafured and its impressive palace – the list of sightseeing in Miskolc is certainly a long one. But if you only have time to do one thing in Miskolc, we urge you to visit the Cave Bath of Miskolctapolca. Swimming through warm curative waters in passages thousands of years old surrounded by natural cave is definitely an unforgettable and unique experience.

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Bear Farm
Hungary

90 min

This bear sanctuary was established in 1998; in 2000 it became home for 18 wolves and in 2010 coaties and raccoons also moved in. The... bears were either once owned by circuses or zoos and got too old for their shows, or pets that got too big. So Bear Farm is a rescue/retirement home where these animals can live safely and in peace in their natural environment. The place also sells honey on site and visitors can feed the bears with a wooden spoon, which is an experience like no other. For more info, please visit: www.medveotthon.hu

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Szechenyi Zsigmond Hunting Museum
Hungary

90 min

Szechenyi Zsigmond Hunting Museum is located within the beautiful 18th century palace and offers a fantastic insight into the elite's hobby, hunting. But besides the... exhibition on the tradition of hunting in Hungary, which also includes the unique trophies of the famous Hungarian hunter, Count Zsigmond Széchenyi, the museum is home to an interactive ecological exhibition on the major species of trees and animals of Hungary and a fishing exhibition in the basement. This is a must-visit site for all hunting enthusiasts but nature lovers just as well.