1 day in Hajdu-Bihar County Itinerary

1 day in Hajdu-Bihar County Itinerary

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Your day by day itinerary now includes Pasztormuzeum. Kick off your visit on the 24th (Mon): take in the views from Nine-holed Bridge, see the interesting displays at Pasztormuzeum, and then settle in for a delightful tour with Matai Stud.

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Kosice, Slovakia to Hortobagy is an approximately 2.5-hour car ride. In August, daily temperatures in Hortobagy can reach 33°C, while at night they dip to 18°C. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 24th (Mon) so you can travel back home.

Things to do in Hortobagy

Outdoors · Tours · Museums

Hajdu-Bihar County travel guide

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Hajdú-Bihar is an administrative county in eastern Hungary, on the border with Romania. It shares borders with the Hungarian counties Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok and Békés. The capital of Hajdú-Bihar county is Debrecen. Together with Bihor County in Romania it constitutes the Biharia Euroregion.GeographyThe area of the county does not form a geographical unit; it shares several features with the neighbouring areas: from northeast the sand hills of the Nyírség spread over the county borders. The western part is the Hortobágy National Park ("Puszta"), a large flat area of the country.The county of Hajdú-Bihar occupies the eastern part of Hungary. Most of its territory is completely flat and is part of the Pannonian Plain region (called the Grand Plain in the country). The highest point hardly rises over 170.5 metres in the north. It seems that the county slopes to the south because the lowest point is situated in this part of Hajdú-Bihar and hits the 85 metres height.The wind and rivers formed and shaped the land for thousands of years. First the area of the present-day Hungary was occupied by an inland sea. Then, after some underground movement, the huge peaks of the Carpathians rose from this sea. The wild and rapid rivers of the mountains slowly made that inland sea disappear. Later, the great Hungarian plain was formed by the alluvial deposits of the rivers, the wind began to work and from the great rocks became smaller and smaller sand-grains, the so-called loess. This covers thickly the Hajdú-Bihar plain as well and makes a fertile soil.

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