Hungary's tourism industry set to grow to largest in central and eastern Europe
Hungary has many internationally renowned sights that draw hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to Budapest and the countryside, such as Parliament, Buda Castle, Heroes' Square, Lake Balaton, the many spas and much more
The global tourism industry has grown exponentially since 2010, and as Hungary becomes one of the leading nations in central and eastern Europe its tourism sector is set to expand to one of the largest.
According to Portfolio.hu, Europe has 5-6 more years of growth before any sort of recession might impact the tourism industry.
Hungary has a lot to offer the citizens of not just Europe, but the world. With many internationally renowned tourist sights available in Budapest and the countryside, such as Parliament, Buda Castle, Heroes' Square, Lake Balaton, the many spas and thermal baths and much more, people are flocking to Hungary like never before.
Along with Budapest increasing the size of its airport, and allowing easy access to summer sunbathing sights like Lake Balaton, the country is currently experiencing a resurgence. Hosting events like the FINA World Aquatic Championships and putting in bids for the 2024 Olympic Games ensures the country can compete internationally.
As disposable incomes increase throughout Europe and much of the western world, travelers are dipping into their pockets more to visit hotspots like Hungary.