- Budapest – with jovial leafy parks, renowned museums, an extensive Medieval Castle District and a thriving nightlife, Budapest is one of Europe’s most delightful and enjoyable cities.
- Debrecen – the second largest city in the country, a cultural and ecclesiastical centre.
- Eger – a beautiful northern town with an ancient castle and camera obscura.
- Győr – there are many cafés, restaurants, boutiques, and night clubs in its lovely Baroque city center.
- Kecskemét - a town famous for its vibrant music scene, plum brandy, and Art Nouveau architecture.
- Miskolc - with a unique cave bath in Miskolc-Tapolca, the third largest city in the country, located near the scenic Bükk Mountans.
- Nyíregyháza - a medium-sized city with a busy water resort, museum village, and annual autumn festival.
- Pécs - a pleasant cultural centre and university town.
- Szeged - the sunniest city in Hungary with a particularly rich history.
- Székesfehérvár - former Royal seat, currently famous for its Baroque architecture and museums.
- Aggtelek - beautiful caves with dripstones and stalagmites.
- Bükk - a section of the Carpathian Mountain range.
- Harkány - a historic small town along the Villány-Siklósi wine route famous for its spas.
- Lake Balaton - the major lake of Hungary and the biggest lake in Central Europe.
- Mohács - Famous for the Battle of Mohács (1526, 1687), These battles represented the beginning and end, respectively, of the Ottoman domination of Hungary. Every spring, the town hosts the annual Busójárás carnival.