Balaton Uplands Walking Holiday

7 nights from £969

Duration:7 Nights
Meals:HB

Your Guided Walking Holiday To Hungary

Join us on a 7-night walking holiday in Hungary's Balaton Uplands. Situated in western Hungary you find the popular tourist location of Lake Balaton with everything to offer holidaymakers such beaches, towns, and villages along its 197km shoreline, making it the largest freshwater lake in Central Europe. The volcanic hills and mountain ranges on the lakes north shore, a paradise for any outdoor enthusiast known as the Balaton Uplands is where we will spend our days exploring. The area boasts ancient historical sites, medieval churches, traditional Hungarian architecture, and breath-taking mountain range views covered in distinctive flora and fauna. The average daily walks vary from 8 -10km distances with moderate inclines of up to 350 m.  You will also have some free time to explore the region for yourself. Read the day to day itinerary below to get a detailed understanding of what to expect.  

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Duration:7 Nights
Meals:HB
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