Hungary is filled with charm, culture and history. Enjoy their food and wine scene, complete with smoked cheeses and the signature amber wine Tokaji. But don’t forget to spend some time in remembrance of the horrors that Hungarian Jews faced during the Holocaust, a painful but important part of Hungary’s past.
There’s a crazy legend in the Hungarian wine region of Eger about “Bull’s Blood,” an interesting backstory to a day of Hungarian wine tastings.
A visit with Barnabás Fehrér, who shares the story of holocaust remembrance that transcends time and faith to keep alive the legacy of people he once knew.
If you only have a day or two to spend in this Hungarian capital, here are some ideas on things to do in Budapest that will keep you busy.