Originally, our goal was to build a Channel Tunnel between Hungary and the US. ...Ya know,
pick and shovel, keyboard and mouse…
Then we figured, Well, why not a tunnel under all seven seas?
Come take a peek.
Welcome to the Puszta.com photo gallery, a continually updated collection of photo contest entries and our personal and visitor photographs.
Come and see the thousand faces of Hungary and the Hungarian culture.
Just like the explorers of times past, in 2006, we commenced our journey to discover the glory of
the Hungarian Great Plains (Alföld or Puszta), so that we may introduce it to the world. Through this voyage we've traveled to many interesting places, have uncovered countless treasures, and have come to a deeper understanding of the timeless beauty of the Hungarian world. Not one day did we shirk from studying, classifying and recording our findings, so that we may create the Puszta.com tourist portal, gateway to the understanding and appreciation of the beauty, life, and traditions of the Hungarian Alföld.
Puszta.com is not just a mere website. It is the showcase of our dreams, goals, and assignments. Not simply a list of hotels and other accommodations, but a repository of interesting articles about the Hungarian way of life, the Hungarian culture, and Hungary's history. We invite you to a journey. Let us be your guides through the thousand-year history of the Hungarian nation, the equestrian traditions of the country, the taste of the Hungarian cuisine, and one of the largest protected steppes in Europe, the Hortobágy.
We invite you to explore Hungary with us! Whether you are a seasoned tourist or just popped in for a short visit, share with us your experiences, suggestions, and ideas about travel in Hungary. Join us in turning Puszta.com into your one-stop resource to a Hungarian vacation.
Down on the sea-flat country of the great, wide plain;
that's where I'm at home; that's may domain.
From its prison doth my eagle soul fly,
when the infinite plain unfolds before my eye.
- Sándor Petőfi -
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