This is a huge area, stretching from Budapest along the Danube right to the Serbian border, and from the town of Jászberény to the city of Szeged along the river Zagyva, which then flows into Hungary’s second largest river, the Tisza.

However, as you travel through this landscape, often flat as a pancake, does it ever occur to you to taste the local wines as well as visiting the myriad of attractions? After all, our ancestors in Ráckeve sipped the local wines such as Kadarka, and gentlemen toasted with a local variety called Izsáki Sárféher in the former casino of the Cifra Palace in Kecskemét. What’s more, kosher wines made from another autochthonous variety, Kövidinka, awaited worshippers at the synagogue in Szeged. When spending time here, do not miss the beach in Csongrád where the river Körös flows into the Tisza, or the cellar row of Nemesnádudvar. Go rowing or fishing on the Danube or the Tisza, and let the momentum of the Great Plain captivate you!

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