This wine region in the southern and eastern foothills of the Zemplén, in the Bodrog and Hernád valleys, is not only all about the most famous sweet wines in the world, although the appeal of this drink is indisputably great, the wine which both the French King Louis XIV. and the Russian tsars considered particularly delicious.

There is much more to this region than that! It is the iconic place of the Bible’s translation into Hungarian thanks to Vizsoly, the library of the Reformed College in Sársopatak, but above all, the wine region itself is a UNESCO world heritage site. Explore the countryside in the footsteps of the noble Rákóczi family, discover why the area is linked to the Hasidic wonder rabbis, go canoeing or rent a holiday boat on the rivers Bodrog or Tisza, or make an excursion along the hiking trails in the Zemplén, from the Sátoraljaújhely adventure park to the Renaissance palace in Pácin, and much more. Tokaj is a land of legends, where even getting lost is worth it!

Boldogkő Castle
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Tarcal - Áldó Krisztus Sculpture
Tarcal - Szent Teréz Chapel
Tokaj vineyard tour
Tokaj cellar
Aszú tasting
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