Balaton, or as it is called in Hungary. «Hungarian sea” — the largest lake in Central Europe. Located on the Pannonian plain in the valley, stretched along the South-Eastern foot of the mountains of Bakony, about 80 kilometers southwest of Budapest, this lake is of tectonic origin, although a tectonic lakes like Baikal, usually reaches a great depth, among them the occasional and quite shallow. These include Balaton, whose maximum depth is about 12 meters, and at the narrowest point, where the shore of the lake converge at a distance of only 1.5 kilometers.
Active volcanoes in the vicinity of lake Balaton there, as anywhere in Central Europe, but preserved evidence of a turbulent geological past of the region. Along the Northern coast is dominated by the number of extinct and already heavily destroyed by the volcanic cones, and on the Tihany Peninsula there are more than one hundred and sinter cones — traces of geysers, which had operated here once. Up to the present time on the North shore of the lake a lot of hot, highly mineralized sources, are widely known for its healing properties.
VERY HEALTHY WATER
The predominant color of the water in lake Balaton, Hungary — a light green, but depending on weather and time of day it is changing. But in the winter and summer «Hungarian Continue reading
we Offer mountain trekking in the Tatras is a beautiful mountain and the most comprehensive route through the most beautiful mountains in Poland and Slovakia, passing through the picturesque mountain spurs and valleys of the Western and High Tatras.
This is a very beautiful Alpine mountains with a pronounced Alpine terrain, very picturesque rocky spurs and peaks, beautiful glacial lakes and powerful waterfalls.
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The highest peaks and most beautiful mountain lake surrounded by rocky mountain spurs!
Passing through the most beautiful trails and along the main ridge of the Tatras, the highest peaks
– Rysy peak (Rysy, 2499m) Continue reading