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8. May 2017
The first European national parks – altogether nine – were established on 24 May 1909. As an initiative of the EUROPARC Federation, the European Day of Parks have been celebrated every year on 24 May since 1999. The Balaton-felvidéki National Park Directorate invites you on this occasion for a pleasant walk along the Pele Circuit. Details
Accommodation Park Villa Guest House in Csopak (kép) Forest Tourist House in Tihany-Sajkod (kép) Forest and Handicrafts Educational Centre in Bakonybél (kép) Presentations: A cca. 45 minutes long Power Point presentation about the natural assets and nature conservation of the certain regions of Balaton Uplands National Park can be obtained for groups: Tihany Peninsula Location: Lavender House ... Details
Standard tour (above 18 years of age): 3.000 HUF/person Child (10-18 years of age): 2.500 HUF/person Groups booking from 20 persons: 2.500 HUF/above 10-18 years of age Groups booking from 20 persons: 2.000 HUF/10-18 years of age Advanced tour (above 18 years of age): 4.500 HUF/person Attention! Presently guests can not participate in advanced tours due to technical reasons. The admission fee ... Details
6. February 2017
Almost one billion HUF will be spent on building a new a visitor centre at Kis-Balaton (one of the regions of Balaton-felvidéki National Park), being the largest investment of the Balaton-felvidéki National Park Directorate so far. The memorial site of István Fekete novelist will be also renewed in Fenékpuszta. Details
The Kis-Balaton, as a huge wetland habitat is unique in the whole of Europe, which is why it has always been recorded by international nature conservation. Its wonderful world of birds was already famous in the last century; and has survived despite the draining of the marsh started in 1922. It is therefore not surprising that when Hungary joined the Ramsar Convention in 1979, the Kis-Balaton was ... Details