Child friendly programmes

Child friendly programmes - Mecsek From the first day of the year until the last one several cultural, gastronomic and traditional events, hiking and cycling tours, water sport facilities are waiting for the upcoming visitors.

The child friendly programmes of the EDEN winner destinations can be found under the following picture.
We wish you a pleasant stay and many enjoyable experiences!

The Hungarian Garden of EDEN

Our hidden treasures in the heart of Europe

In 2006 the European Committee launched a project titled European Destinations of Excellence and meant to present the diversity of the European continent's natural, cultural and intellectual heritage to the tourists.
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Study tours in EDEN destinations in Southern Transdanubia

The Hungarian Tourism Agency organised a professional study visit entitled "EDEN Destinations" for both general journalists and those specialising in tourism on August 13-14, 2016 to three EDEN-winning destinations: the Mecsek region, the Mecsek Greenway and Kaposvár.

50th Equestrian Days in Hortobágy

At the 50th Equestrian Days the Great Plain resounds to more than just the hooves of the galloping horses! A show extraordinaire, the like of which the Hortobágy has never seen before!

Study visits to the Őrség area and the Írottkő Nature Park

On May 20-21, 2016 journalists visited two EDEN-winning destinations in the Western Transdanubia region, the Írottkő Nature Park and the Őrség National Park.
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Mecsek Greenway

Best destination in „Tourism and local gastronomy" 2015

Kaposvár and the Zselic area

Best destination in "Accessible tourism", 2013


Best destination in „Tourism and regeneration of physical sites", 2011

Lake Tisza

Best destination in "aquatic tourism, 2010
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The Írottkő Nature Park

Best destination in "Tourism and protected areas", 2009

Herdsmen's land – Hortobágy

Best destination in "Tourism and local intangible heritage", 2008


Best emerging rural destination, 2007
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