A three-hour drive from Budapest, this town of 148,000 is another not to be missed on an excursion to Hungary. It offers a diverse mix of attractions, from Christian burial chambers to Turkish ruins to breathtaking vineyards. In fact, the region’s Mediterranean climate has made it famous for producing bright, fragrant white wines.
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Barbara Woolsey is a Berlin-based writer who was born in a smaller Canadian city (population: 193,000) named Regina. You’re not the first person to laugh at that. Follow her European exploits on Facebook and Twitter.