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The Nyíregyháza Zoo is unique not only in Hungary - it is also one of the largest zoos in Europe, home to over 5,000 animals of more than 500 species.
Located in the depths of a 36-hectare oak forest near Sóstógyógyfürdő, the Sóstó Zoo is a favorite with young children and families. Walking around the zoo, visitors can learn about animal species from different continents of the world in enclosures where the zoo's designers have done their best to create conditions for wild animals that are as close as possible to their original habitat.


Northeastern Hungary also offers plenty of experiences for those who want to discover its gastronomic or wine specialties. The Tokaj wine region is one of, if not the most famous wine-producing region in Hungary and is considered the world’s first closed wine region. In 2002, it was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The town of Tokaj not only preserves centuries-old wine-making traditions, but is also a special place to visit for its architecture and local traditions. Tokaj wines, including the famous Tokaj aszú, are matured in wooden barrels covered with noble rot, often in cellar rows hundreds of meters long. Even for non-drinkers, it is worth visiting Tokaj at least once to learn about the wine-making process.


If you are looking for places to visit in Eastern Hungary, head for Hortobágy! The Hortobágy National Park is the oldest and largest national park in the country and has become synonymous with the Hungarian puszta (grassland) and pastoral life. It offers a wide range of attractions and activities for visitors: the famous Nine Hole Bridge, folk fairs, horse shows, events reminiscent of the pastoral life in the past, and so much more.