Travel Blogs from Balatonfoldvar
... sup> Slovak: Blatenské jazero). Slavic prince Pribina began to build in January 846 a fortress as his seat of power and several churches in the region of Lake Balaton, in a territory of modern Zalavár surrounded by forests and swamps along the river Zala.
We left Budapest and headed for our next stop on the Side of Lake Balaton, we spent 3 nights in this area albeit on 3 different sites;
Site 1 - Bungalow and Camping Ifjusag - looked lovely and lively on the website, out of 500+ pitches we were the only ones there, the local attractions were all closed, a bit like a tacky sea side town - the site wasn't bad but we would be wasting our time staying any longer than a night so moved on ...
... because it is a part of the JHS-curriculum. During the explanation Imke made everyone aware that the Dutch always cheat on this game….. Thanks Imke..
Monday evening it was time for a true IP-tradition: the international evening. This is a program where everyone makes a presentation about their home country including food and/or drink that is typically from their home country. We promoted ...
Flexicurity = flexibility + security
Students from 8 different European countries are studying together actual themes on active labour market policies, lifelong learning, flexible and reliable contractual arrangement and modern social security systems. 4 students of Oulu UAS participate in the project.
At the beginning we learnt some useful Hungarian vocabulary by ...
... traveled around the lake, visit many attractions, eat in nice restaurants. Most of the attraction was for kids, but we also enjoy all of them.
It were woodland, boats, caves, restaurants, swans, national parks, terminal pools, horses, zoo, bicycles, cafe, mountains..
We loved the people, area and food..
Here is some pictures -