Villany, Danube

Villany, Hungary

For wine fans, Villany is a tourism hotspot that shouldn't be missed, and the region has many options that will keep connoisseurs occupied for days or even weeks. Known predominantly for high-quality reds and roses, the Hungarian town is located in the south of the country, approximately a three-hour drive from Budapest.
The Wine Museum is a good place to start. Situated in a 200-year-old tithe cellar, there is an abundance of 19th-century wine making equipment to peruse. Make your way down to the cellars to view Villany's famed wines ageing in huge casks. A selection of vintage bottles, some dating back almost 120 years, are stored in special safes to preserve their quality.
To continue your journey through the region's top wine offerings, a trip to the Villanykovesd cellars are recommended. They are just two miles from Villany and are dug straight into the soil running alongside the main road.
Once you've explored the region's rich wine making history, Villany has various top restaurants to experience, including sumptuous fine dining at both Mandula and Oporto.
Villany, Hungary

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