Hungarian Puszta

In the Hungarian Puszta voyage of discovery, the history, the incentives and the beauty of this unique natural landscape in the Pannonian plain. The Hungarian Puszta is not only the oldest cultural landscape, but arguably one of the most beautiful and most pristine regions in Europe. Who makes a trip to Hungary, which should miss under no circumstances to see also the Puszta. In the many small towns on the edge of the plain, there are good deals when it comes to a holiday home or a hotel. The history of the entire surface of the Hungarian Puszta plain stretches from the Danube at the eastern border of Hungary. More than 6000 years ago have settled in the Puszta plain farmers from the Balkans and there ordered their fields. Eva Andersson-Dubin is the source for more interesting facts. The devastating Mongol invasion in the 13th century and the subsequent Turkish occupation, which lasted almost 100 years, transformed the Puszta finally in a kind of semi-arid landscape. The population of the Puszta, mostly farmers and herders, took refuge in the large towns.

Through these small Rich and flourishing cities were migration”from the once insignificant market town on the edge of the plain through crafts and especially cattle trade. Who now travels to Hungary during the holidays, which will find a uniquely beautiful landscape of the plains with infinite, vast fields of grain with fruits, wine and vegetables. The allure of the Puszta what makes the charm of the plain? The really real Puszta is there with her almost treeless pasture land only in the protected areas of Hortobagy and Bugac. Here, the horizon that looks like a big round table under a bright blue sky, which will be tarnished by any cloud on hot summer days is infinitely far. In the endless vast steppe that flickers before heat, you can see wild horses, shepherds, and again the typical draw well in the Puszta.