Around the World, Europe, Hungary

Enjoy the view in Pécs, Hungary

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” ~Jawaharlal Nehru

And I totally agree!  For today’s article, we are very lucky to see Hungary with the help of our friend Niels. There are many other places that he had been to but he chose Hungary for his first contribution. Now, if you have some questions about his trip, I took the liberty of asking him myself. 🙂


Conventional short form: Hungary
Local long form: none
Local short form: Magyarorszag
Etymology: the Byzantine Greeks refered to the tribes that arrived on the steppes of Eastern Europe in the 9th century as the “Oungroi,” a name that was later Latinized to “Ungri” and which became “Hungari”; the name originally meant an “[alliance of] ten tribes”; the Hungarian name “Magyarorszag” means “Land of the Magyars”; the term may derive from the most prominent of the Hungarian tribes, the Megyer 


Here it goes, let’s take a trip to Hungary!

Q: Where are you from?

A: I’m from Netherlands. Image result for netherlands flag gif

Q: Why did you go to Hungary?

A: Because I had a summer holiday with my family and we saw a nice accommodation in Hungary. We really did appreciate the natural area.

Q: What do you like most about Hungary?

A: What I like the most about Hungary is the food and calm surrounding. It was all very relaxing and it’s not busy or chaotic.

Q: What is the most delicious Hungarian food you have ever tasted?

A: The food I liked the most in Hungary is hamburger and soups, very delicious. But you should also try Hungarian Goulash soup.


Q: What are the cities you recommend?

A:  I just visited one city and that was Pécs. Very beautiful architecture in the city of Pécs , it was a nice baroque architecture and beautiful old streets and walled city. Other places were villages or a castle. In hungary are a few big cities, I guess Pécs is the largest city in Hungary.



Q: How can you describe Hungarian people?

A: Hungary people are very friendly and polite, they aren’t noisy and sometimes a little bit closed. 

Q: Is their language difficult to learn?

A: Ooh Yes! Hungarian language is very difficult! Some Hungarians speak German or English. But Hungarian language is hard.

Hungarian Cyrillic alphabet

Q: What is your message to our friends who would like to travel?

A: Hungary is a quiet country. It’s relaxing  and they have a beautiful culture and city. Also, the food is tasty and Hungary is a good, cheap, travel destination in Eastern Europe.

Thank you Niels for taking your time to share the beauty of Pécs, Hungary. We hope to hear more from you soon. 🙂

So there you have it. Here are some details that could be helpful in your search for your next destination in Europe. 🙂

Read more from:

Traditional Hungarian Goulash (Gulyás)

*Learn more about Hungary

*The languages spoken in Hungary

Things to do in Pécs

*Hungarian Food

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn

1 thought on “Enjoy the view in Pécs, Hungary

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *