We will travel from Poland to Hungary: we are planning to show several places and cities according to its culture, nature and history. We will present how the two countries are similar. While experiencing the culture and national heritage the participants will have a chance to experience the topics of equal rights from the intersectional perspective of our countries, which, without a doubt, is quite different and face other issues than Western Europe.
WarsawAlthough Warsaw is one of the most rapidly developing cities in Europe with huge potential and extraordinary energy, its residents like to look back on its history and are able to skilfully combine tradition and modernity. When you look around the city, you will see that both of its sides permeate at every step in a surprising and unique way.
BudapestBeing the capital and the biggest city, is the most well-known tourist destination of Hungary. With its history dating back to the ancient times, most things that can happen to a city, have already happened to Budapest, therefore it has memories from all ages, buildings of all architectural styles that tell stories of the glorious past. The Danube divides the city into two different parts, the hilly Buda and the more cosmopolitan Pest. Some call it „Paris of the East”- are they right? Let’s find out together!
SzentendreWould you like to see the beautiful countryside near Budapest? The Danube Bend - the cradle of Hungary – is a famous region in our country with charming natural beauty and towns of rich historical heritage: green valleys, hills rising up from the Danube, picturesque little towns and medieval fortresses.
VelenceVelence is one of the most beautiful and popular summer destinations next to the Lake Velence. During summertime thousands of tourists visit it, who like water sports such as boating, swimming, sailing and fishing. On the shore, there are facilities for volleyball, basketball, tennis, and football. Additionally, there is live entertainment planned throughout the summer months.