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Hard to Enjoy Winter? These Photos Will Prove You Wrong!

Fanni Kaszás 2020.01.31.

Over the course of the last couple of weeks, the weather has gotten colder, and in some parts of the country, it even snowed, providing striking views, and postcard-like photos, offering plenty of splendid moments for winter fun-lovers to enjoy.

There are still a lot of programs to enjoy in the low temperatures. If you are up for some exercise, heading to one of the ice skating rinks is always a good idea. Perhaps the best ones can be found in Városliget (City Park) and in Csepel’s Szt. Imre Sq. (21st district). What is more, a number of the rinks are free of charge. A night of ice-skating paired with a mug of mulled wine makes for a great date as well. For those with a higher cold tolerance, Normafa is also a good idea, as it’s beautiful in winter as well, especially all covered in snow. The Libegő is the best and most romantic way to get to the top. The two-way chairlift system transports passengers between Zugliget and the lookout tower on János Hill.

Before jumping into the carnival season, ready to say goodbye to winter and welcome spring, come and check out our selection of spectacular winter pictures from all over Hungary:

Nagykanizsa (photo: MTI/Varga György)

Nagykanizsa (photo: MTI/Varga György)

Orfû (photo: MTI/Sóki Tamás)

Orfû (photo: MTI/Sóki Tamás)

Nyíregyháza (photo: MTI/Balázs Attila)

Nyíregyháza (MTI/Balázs Attila)

Nyíregyháza (photo: MTI/Balázs Attila)

Visegrád (photo: MTI/Mohai Balázs)

Visegrád (photo: MTI/Mohai Balázs)

Debrecen (photo: MTI/Czeglédi Zsolt)

Debrecen (photo: MTI/Czeglédi Zsolt)

Tatabánya (photo: MTI/Vasvári Tamás)

Tatabánya (photo: MTI/Vasvári Tamás)

Salgótarján (photo: MTI/Komka Péter)

Salgótarján (photo: MTI/Komka Péter)

Miskolc (photo: MTI/Vajda János)

Miskolc (photo: MTI/Vajda János)

Székesfehérvár (photo: MTI/Vasvári Tamás)

Székesfehérvár (photo: MTI/Vasvári Tamás)