This is an incomplete list of lakes of Hungary.
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Hungary is a landlocked country in East-Central Europe with a land area of 93,030 square km. It measures about 250 km from north to south and 524 km from east to west. It has 2,106 km of boundaries, shared with Austria to the west, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia to the south and southwest, Romania to the southeast, Ukraine to the northeast, and Slovakia to the north.
Lake Balaton is a freshwater lake in the Transdanubian region of Hungary. It is the largest lake in Central Europe, and one of the region's foremost tourist destinations. The Zala River provides the largest inflow of water to the lake, and the canalised Sió is the only outflow.
Sopron is a city in Hungary on the Austrian border, near the Lake Neusiedl/Lake Fertő.
Balatonfüred is a resort town in Veszprém county, in Hungary, with a population of 13,000, situated on the northern shore of Lake Balaton. It is considered to be the capital of the Northern lake shore and is a yachting destination. It is also a location for fishing although the introduction of eels and other non-indigenous species has caused ecological damage in recent years.
Sovata is a town in Mureș County, Transylvania, Romania.
The city of Székesfehérvár, known colloquially as Fehérvár, located in central Hungary, is the ninth largest city of the country; regional capital of Central Transdanubia; and the centre of Fejér county and Székesfehérvár District. The area is an important rail and road junction between Lake Balaton and Lake Velence.
Somogy is an administrative county in present Hungary, and also in the former Kingdom of Hungary.
Nagykanizsa is a medium-sized city in Zala County in southwestern Hungary.
Lake Neusiedl or Fertő is the largest endorheic lake in Central Europe, straddling the Austrian–Hungarian border. The lake covers 315 km2 (122 sq mi), of which 240 km2 (93 sq mi) is on the Austrian side and 75 km2 (29 sq mi) on the Hungarian side. The lake's drainage basin has an area of about 1,120 km2 (430 sq mi). From north to south, the lake is about 36 km (22 mi) long, and it is between 6 km and 12 km wide from east to west. On average, the lake's surface is 115.45 m (378.8 ft) above the Adriatic Sea and the lake is no more than 1.8 m deep.
Elections in Hungary are held at two levels: general elections to elect the members of the National Assembly and local elections to elect local authorities. European Parliament elections are also held every 5 years.
Bela Crkva is a town and municipality located in the South Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. The town has a population of 8,868, while the Bela Crkva municipality has 17,285 inhabitants.
Keszthely is a Hungarian city of 20,895 inhabitants located on the western shore of Lake Balaton. It is the largest city by the lake and one of the more important cultural, educational and economic hubs in the region. Due to its favorable location and accessibility by both road and rail, Keszthely and the surrounding area is a preferred holiday destination.
Transdanubia is a traditional region of Hungary.
Palić is a town located in the city of Subotica, North Bačka District, autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It is also located 18 kilometres (11 mi) from the border between Serbia and Hungary.
Balatonboglár, in Hungary, is a resort town situated on the south shore of Lake Balaton. It is the official centre of the Balatonboglár wine region, and is often called the "town of grapes and wine."
Tiszafüred is a town in Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok county, in the Northern Great Plain region of central Hungary.
Balatonföldvár is a popular resort town in Somogy, Hungary, on the southern side of Lake Balaton, approximately 120 km southwest from Budapest and about 23 km southwest from Siófok, the "capital of Balaton". Balatonföldvár is a frequently visited tourist destination among Hungarians and foreign guests because of its natural beauties, historical heritages or its countless leisure opportunities. The town offer several water sport and mainland sport activities.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Hungary:
There is a long history of tourism in Hungary, and Hungary was the world's thirteenth most visited tourist destination country in 2002. Tourism increased by nearly 7 percent between 2004 and 2005. European visitors comprise more than 98 per cent of Hungary's tourists. Austria, Germany, and Slovakia make the largest numbers of visitors to the country. Most tourists arrive by car and stay for a short period of time. Hungary's tourist season is from April through October. July and August are the best tourist months. Budapest is the country's most popular tourist destination.
The Balaton Cup is an annual invitational cup competition for national women's football teams. It is held in Balatonfüred, Hungary on the shore of Lake Balaton, where it gets its name from. It is an invitational contested by 4 women's national teams from eastern Europe and it consists of 4 games: two semifinals, a third place match, and the final.