Vig Apat Hotel

Martirok 14, Pecs, 7623, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pecs

Serbia, Croatia and Hungary in Two Days?

A travel blog entry by marybc


No wonder it's taken me so long to get this blog written. When I look at the schedule we had and the things we saw in such a short time it's not surprising that we just fell asleep at the end of the day.
True, the cruise along the river was relaxing but often the ship journeyed at night and we 'toured' during the day. Such was the case for the two days I am about to share with you.
The AmaPrima arrived in Novi Sad, Serbia at 7:30 in the ...

Three countries, one day

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks


... ridden walls. There is a thick smoke hovering every where from all the fires, people just burning their rubbish we think, as it smells horribly of plastic. Found a picnic spot next to a river for the night, and being extra carefull as not to sure of the surroundings. What a Gypsy life. Three meals/Three countries... Breakfast in Hungary, lunch in Croatia, dinner in ...

Roman and Turkish City of Pecs

A travel blog entry by londone7


One of the places I most wanted to visit in Hungary was the town of Pecs (pronounced Pesh) which is a three hour train ride south of Budapest near the Croatian border. This town is important as it was both a Roman and Turkish ...


A travel blog entry by findeuphoria


... us every day, and some traveled 50 minutes each way by bus just to see us. The value of friendship I had with them is so different than some that I'm used to back home; I don't know any new friend that would travel from a village 50 minutes away just to spend time with me.
Though we all had different views on religion, partying, whats considered fun, literature, poetry, outdoor activity, cuss words, alcohol, what have you; we all bonded on a level that ...

Walking and wine.

A travel blog entry by jimfavor1

... their methods of manufacture as time went on. They perfected a glaze that allowed their ceramics to be used outdoors to decorate buildings, etc. It was all very interesting.
From there we walked to the main square surrounded by baroque buildings. Dominating the square is the "Mosque Church." During the Ottoman occupation the building was the Pasha Gazi Kassim Mosque. Once the Turks were defeated, the Christians reclaimed the building, ...


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