Mádi Kör Eredetvédelmi Egyesület
The “Mádi Kör Eredetvédelmi Egyesület” is a local organization protecting the town’s natural values and working for establishing “Mád Wine” as an independent notion and helping its market position.
The Balassa Cellar closed its first bottle 2005 and has a mission to make only the amount of wine in a season that can be the perfect outcome. They mostly make dry wines, late harvest and other wine specialties.
Szepsy Wine Cellar
The Szepsy family is involved in wine-making since the 1500’s, the history of the wine and the family is bound forever. The winery’s center is in Mád but is also present in 6 other locations with a total of 52 hectares of cultivated vineyards. Every year they make an average of 38.000 bottles of dry wine, 7.000 bottles of noble wine and 12.000 bottles of the “szamorodni” type.
Szent Tamás Winery and Vineyard
It was established in 2009 in Mád to make wines which come from the slopes of the town and the nearby locations. The winery has 25 hectares of its own grounds, most of them are first-class slopes. Currently it is present in 17 countries with its items which can be found primarily in the high-end gastronomy and premium wines shops, including Europe, the United States, Canada and the Far East.
Mádi Kúria Hotel
The elegant building operates not only as a hotel but as a conference center in Mád, with a restaurant, a sauna and a wine cellar. It was built in 1907 and was renovated in 2005 preserving its original elegant appearance.
Kalandpark in Zemplén
Sátoraljaújhely’s and the region’s best recreational location is the “Zempléni Adventure Park”. Among many others a four-dimensional climbing wall and a museum presenting the history of ski sport awaits here.
Forest Railway in Pálháza
The railway travels between the mountains of Zemplén as Hungary’s second oldest small-sized railway. In its route travelers can see the beautiful valley of the Kemence creek and pass under a glorious hunting lodge.
The Károlyi castle is in Füzérradvány and was built in the 19th century. Its elaborate stone carvings, marble fireplace, door frames and reliefs are the Florentine masterpieces of 16-17th century. It is worth to take a walk in the castle’s park which is an English garden that was planted in the 19th century.
Castle of Sárospatak and the Museum of the Rákóczi family
The castle is a medieval building, one of the most important monuments of the town, Sárospatak. With the Rákóczi Museum built in 1950 these are Hungary’s most important locations of worship regarding the Rákóczi family. Historic exhibitions are organized regularly along with permanent one presenting the events of the historic War of Independence in the 16-17th century.
Castle of Boldogkő
The castle of Boldogkő was built in the 13th century with the permission of King Bela IV. In the later centuries it was a home to the aristocracy and many major events of the Hungarian history. Its exhibitions, its blacksmith or its prison or torture chamber definitely worth to visit.
Cave bath of Miskolctapolca
The cave bath in Miskolctapolca is hundreds of thousands of years old, a truly unique and outstanding network of nature-made caves and tunnels. Visitors can bath and swim in the thermal water. The cave and the water have a therapeutic effect and thanks to its lower salt content people can swim in it for an unlimited time.
Zoo of Nyíregyháza
More than 500 species and 5000 specimens of the animal world live in the Zoo of Nyíregyháza, including the white tiger, the African elephant, the Komodo dragon, the Indian rhino, the polar bear, the sand tiger shark and the western lowland gorilla.
Sóstó Museum Village
The Sóstó Museum Village is Hungary’s biggest regional open-air ethnology museum. What makes it interesting is the fact that it is the replica of a real-life but never existed village, representing the county’s ethnological specialties. During large events visitors can try out some of the old crafts, such as pottery, metal work and churning.
The Council of Mád