In the morning, head towards Izsák, where the brother of the famous painter Tivadar Kosztka Csontváry, László Kostka, was at the forefront of the cultivation and varietal selection of the most important local grape variety, Izsáki Arany Sárfehér. You can do a wine tasting at a local winery here, and of course, you also have to taste the Izsáki Arany Sárfehér wine. Continue your journey to Kiskőrös, where you can first visit the Petőfi Sándor Memorial Museum and if you are with children, then be sure to call into the János Vitéz Visitor Centre too! Round off the day with a wine tasting accompanied by dinner and a cellar visit at the town centre’s renowned wineries.
In the morning, head to Soltvadkert, where you can swim or paddle in Lake Vadkert, then rent a bike to discover Soltvadkert’s surroundings, the birdwatching spots around the lake, the sandy vineyards and finally the town centre, where you can visit the former Jewish cemetery as well as pop into the popular confectionery. There is also a nationally known winery in Soltvadkert, so if you call in there, you won’t be disappointed by the wines. Have lunch on the lake shore and then drop off your bikes and go over to Kiskunhalas, famous for its Halasi lace, which you can see in the Lace Museum, although painting fans will not be disappointed by the János Thorma Museum Bay Collection.
Kunság Wine District
Visit the Shepherd’s Museum in Bugac, take a dip in Lake Vadkert and try the Soltvadkert wines!
Cruise along the Holt-Kőrös, admire Kecskemét’s Great Church and conclude the day in a Cserkeszőlő winery!