Hungary has many qualities that attract visitors from all around the world.
The country is home to the world's largest pool of thermal water, the world's second largest thermal lake, the largest lake in Central Europe and the largest grassland plain in Central Europe. Several medieval temples and castles can be found there too.
Many tourists visit the World Heritage site of the Old Village of Hollókő and the Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma and the fortress system of Komárom.
Hungary is one of the richest countries in Europe in terms of flora and fauna. In order to protect it in their original state, 10 national parks and 38 landscape protection areas have been established in the country.
The country's protected natural parks include many forests, mountains, lakes, rivers and caves. The most important ones by region: in Transdanubia, the World Heritage Fertő Lake, the thermal water Lake Hévíz, the Tapolca Spring Cave, the Danube Bend and the extensive forests of the region; In Northern Hungary, the Aggtelek National Park, and the Börzsöny, the Matra, the Bükk; in the Great Plain, the Hortobágy, a World Heritage site.
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