Tokaj, Hungary travel tips

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Taxis in Tokaj are relatively cheap, and while some cars may look shabby, drivers are friendly and reliable. You can also take the local bus service, tickets can be bought from the driver.

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The Tokaj Wine Festival takes place every June and showcases the best wines from previous years.

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Tokaj used to host the Hegyalja Music Festival until most recently. This year’s festival is still in question.

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Millenium Hotel is a four star hotel with all the benefits of such an establishment. Call or book online as they get full quite often.

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If you are looking for a mid-range hotel just look up Tokaj Hotel, they offer great service for a bargain!

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Looking for a place to sleep? You can find cheap rooms at Hotel Tokaj & Restaurant.

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If you visit Tokaj don't forget to hop on to the neighboring Sárospatak, where the Rákóczi Castle is must.

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The Tokaj Muesum is lavish 18th century mansion built by Greek wine traders. Nowadays it serves as an impressive collection of art.

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Tokaj is the home of wine. Wine cellars are almost everywhere and it is easy to find a professional wine tasting event.

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If you feel like clubbing do not worry, Hungarians do know how to party. Start off in the nearest bar (or "kocsma") and then head to Club Tutajos.

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Be sure to ask around at your hotel for the local pubs and bars. If they come up empty just ask about Óváros Kávéház.

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It is somewhat hard to find a luxorius restaurant outside of Budapest, but Tokaj has Bonchini Csárda, and it is indeed a great place to eat!

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Feeling hungry? Ask around for Bacchaus as they have an amazing selection.

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Eating out in Hungary is relatively cheap, compared to other European countries. Still, if you are on a budget, look up Toldi Fogadó.

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If you ever need directions in Tokaj, just visit the tourist info point on Serház street.

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Always keep an eye on your belongings! Hungary is a safe place to travel, but things do get stolen once in a while!

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Autumn in Tokaj is a beautiful experience, make sure you bring your best camera.

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When using public transportation, try to keep a low profile. Hungarians cherish their solitude on trains and buses.

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"Jó napot kívánok" is "Good day!"

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Money exchange is best done at official exchange places or banks. Most tourist areas have plenty of options for both, visitors can even look around for the best offer. You should be aware that banks are only open on weekdays.

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