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Hortobágy

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National Park Hortobágy - The Puszta is a first and biggest national park in Hungary. The park is a part of the Northern Great Plain (Alföld) and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Buffaloes and egrets in the national park

1 Tourinform Hortobágy (Hortobágy National Park Visitor Centre, Hortobágy Nemzeti Park Látogatóközpont és Kézművesudvar), Hortobágy village, Petőfi tér 13, +36 52 589321, +36 52 589000, +36 52 369140, . Jan-Dec closed; Mar-Apr Nov: M-F 08:00-16:00. May Oct: M-F 08:00-16:00, Sa-Su 10:00-16:00. Jun: M-F 08:00-17:00, Sa Su 10:00-18:00. Jul Aug: M-F 08:00-18:00, Sa-Su 10:00-18:00. Sep: M-F 08:00-17:00, Sa-Su 10:00-17:00.. Tourist information, souvenirs. Exhibition about the flora and fauna of the national park. Conference room for 90 people, meeting rooms. Field study education room, playground. Craftsmen's workshops. +E-mail: info@hnp.hu.

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By bus[edit]

There are about six-eight buses per day from Debrecen, forty minutes trip.

By car[edit]

From Tiszafüred or Debrecen take the national road 33.

Fees and permits[edit]

Admission free.

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  • 1 Nine-Arch bridge. One of the most beloved photographic subjects in the park. Nine-holed Bridge (Q1108489) on Wikidata Nine-holed Bridge on Wikipedia
  • 2 Fishpond. Small pond in the middle of the park.
  • Hortobágy Stud.
  • Windmill Karcag.

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