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Krishna Valley
Krishna valley is a peaceful island in the sea of the rushing weekdays, only 30km from Lake Balaton in the direction of Kaposvár. The area is lying on two hundred and sixty hectares and it is a cultural centre and biofarm, too with really beautiful sights. The dairy-farm, the bio gardening, the agriculture and the school’s building can be visited. On the farm nearly 150 Krishna followers live. They are doing  organic farming which is based on the ancient vedic scriptures, that is the vedas, seeking self-preservation.

Galga farm
The Galga Farm is the first organic farm established in Hungary in 1992. Currently 10-15 people are working on the farm where cattle, mangalica, goats, sheep, horses, poultry, can be found. They produce more kinds of grain and biomass heating.

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Production of 1000-1500 liters of milk a day is possible. Organic butter, cheese, cottage cheese and sour cream are made daily. The farm is maintained by Gaia Foundation.

Hilltop - Neszmély

The historic wine region of Neszmély lies 75 kilometres to the North-West of Budapest on the way to Vienna. The area is covered with vineyards overlooking the Danube is outstandingly beautiful. This part of Hungary has been famous for its grapes and wines for over two thousand years since Roman times, and today is enjoying a renaissance. The 2,500 hours of sunshine each year, the warm loess soil and the micro-climate ensured by the Danube all favour the quality of the grapes.

National Park- Visitor Centre of the Hortobagy National Park
Hortobágy is the largest natural grassland in Europe. The Hortobágy National Park, established in 1973, is the country’s largest protected area of 82 thousand hectares. Hortobágy has an outstanding landscape features and it is a unique example of the harmonic coexistence of people and nature based on the considerate use of the land, maintaining great biological variety in respect of species and habitats. A major part of the area of the National Park is formed by natural habitats, alkaline grasslands, and meadows, smaller and bigger marshes enclosed between them.

Rendek Eco-farm & Farmhouse Museum-Kerekegyháza

The joint efforts of families - all sharing the love of nature and cherishing traditions - bear a fruit growing more and more beautiful: the Eco-Farm and Farmhouse Museum (Ökogazdaság és Tanyamúzeum). The farm is found where the heart of the Kiskunság National Park beats. On the way to the farm the visitor will walk across meadows of colourful wild flowers and various medicinal herbs, as he passes by the thorn-bushes along the banks of the ditches the bright red haws on the branches seem to be glowing, he will take enjoyment in the sight of the cattle herd grazing all around in the wide open space of the puszta (= barren wilderness: the usually bare land on the Hungarian Plain is called puszta in Hungarian), acacia groves and a fascinating old church, named after the area Kunpuszta Church, will make the unfolding picture complete.

Héjja ecofarm

During the full day program, you have the possibility to know the farm’s everyday life, The bird museum shows with voice presentation Hungary’s protected birds. Programs: Apiary display, Honey tasting, Feed the autochthonous domestic animals, Display the farm’s vegetable kingdom, Fruit & Vegetable tasting, Display the old farmlife’s tools, Lunch: gulyas (traditional Hungarian soup with beef and vegetables)



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