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Hungary, nestled in the heart of Europe, could be called a country of contrasts. Not only public-social, and tourist. Where else, for example, you will find a lake, which its color, smell, and feel like a pure sea? Or popular health and Wellness resort, which is full of wine cellars and scented with a sweet “Tokaji”, and another one well does not interfere? How about the hotels of an economy class with perfectly clear service and the best ratio “price/quality”? In General, the reasons to visit this country enough — and not even to mention the reserved nature of the local national parks and architectural diversity of ancient cities.
The territory of Hungary is mainly flat terrain. Most of it is located on the Pannonian plain.
The position of Hungary in the mountains caused moderate — continental type of climate. Precipitation is from 450 mm in the East to 900 mm in the mountains.
All the rivers of Hungary belong to the Danube basin. The Danube itself crosses the country from North to South for 410 km Largest lake — Balaton is an important international tourist centre. Near its Western end is Europe’s largest lake of thermal origin — hévíz, which is balneomud resort.
The vegetation of Hungary considerably changed man. In most parts of the area are dominated by cultural vegetation: arable land, orchards, vineyards. Forests are preserved in mountains and occupy about 20 % of the territory.
From minerals mined in Hungary bauxite, brown coal, oil, gas, iron, manganese, copper, lead-zinc ore, mineral and thermal water.
The climate of Hungary is temperate continental with cold winters and warm summers. The sea winds only occasionally penetrate far inland. The average July temperature in Budapest 22 OS January -1 o, sometimes it rains. The annual rainfall reaches 600 mm. Hungary is famous for its long and warm spring and autumn. In winter cold periods alternate with thaws, due to the influence of Atlantic air masses, occasionally coming to Hungary from the West. However, snow cover lasts from 30 to 40 days, and the Danube often completely covered with ice for a long time.