When Magyar Krónika asked their readers which building they thought was the most beautiful in Hungary, nine out of ten respondents said it was the Hungarian Parliament. However, it is not only in the capital where we can find impressive edifices—the journal has compiled a list of some of the most beautiful sites to visit in the countryside.
‘Today, in Europe, noise ranks second after air pollution in terms of environmental damage that causes death, and this cannot be taken seriously enough. Perhaps we underestimate the magnitude of this problem because it is not like a factory chimney blowing smoke, an oil slick floating on the surface of the water, or the garbage that covers our neighbourhoods. It is invisible.’
If you are Hungarian, reside in Hungary, or are coming here for a longer stay this autumn, and you are adventurous enough to break with the routine of visiting famed tourist sights thronging with visitors, go to Alsópere, explore the Körös-torok – believe me, you will not be disappointed.