We only have one question: before or after the match would you start exploring the city? You will be in the middle of Europe, wherever you go, history will come to you.
One useful tip: always look up! The host cities of the European Championship have an exceptionally rich architectural heritage, and even those who live there do not always notice the uniqueness, the wonder that often lies in the details just above you – you will have the opportunity to do it differently.
Also, you will have the opportunity to find the best ruin pubs, the most original escape rooms, an undiscovered corner of the city which we recommend to you and from which the panorama is the most beautiful.
Because we provide you with tips, recommendations for sightseeing routes and special spots, as well as activities that will make you feel like the European Championship are nothing more than a great adventure hunt – beyond the sports hall.
BUDAPESTTake a small or bigger ride in the city, it’s worth it.
Walking tip: Start at St. Stephen's Basilica, walk along the magnificent Andrássy Avenue, all the way to the Heroes’ Square. You will reach a World Heritage Site with the Museum of Fine Arts, the Picture Gallery, the Vajdahunyad Castle and the Széchenyi Bath and one of the largest ice rinks in Europe, in the City Park.
Walking tip: If you want a bigger tour, start from Vörösmarty Square, walk along the famous shopping street, Váci Street, cross the Elizabeth Bridge, walk up Gellért Hill, the Citadel, then come down the other side and head to Buda Castle! There you will find an unparalleled panorama next to the cozy little streets of the castle, the Matthias Church and the Fisherman’s Bastion.
If you want a great panorama, go here!
You would have a perfect day in Budapest – you can also get ideas from the list of We Love Budapest!
Would you like to visit the best ruin pubs? Ok, that we recommend!
The Great Forest (Nagyerdő) is the most popular leisure center in the city, with calculations for all ages. The Water Tower and the surroundings of Lake Békás also offer activities in winter, as does the Agora Science Experience Center.
Are you curious about the Agora Experience Center? Click!
You can read on THIS LINK about the Water Tower, where the official club of the EHF EURO 2022 will also operate.
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The iconic building of the city, the 81 meter high dome is a must-see programme during your stay in Szeged. Not only below, but also above, it is worth looking around, 302 steps up and a beautiful panorama unfolds in front of you.
In the city center, it is worth visiting the Ferenc Móra Museum; one of the largest synagogues in the world, the Kárász Street, Széchenyi Square and, of course, the banks of the Tisza river.
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