Sostoi Utca 52, Nyiregyhaza, 4400, Hungary
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there are so many. I like them all.
Eating outdoor in the summer time
Favorite Dish: 'Gulyas Leves' Supe 'Toltott Kaposzta' = cabagerolls ' Diosteszta' .
More of a pub than a nightclub, ut the only place I've continually visited in the year and something that I've been in town.
It's perhaps not the most sophisticated place you'll ever visit, but the music's good (depending on the bar staff), the beer's cheap and the locals are friendly (in a kind of weird and overpowering way).
Take your own toilet paper!!
Dress Code: I believe that clothes are required for entry to the establishment but you could probably get in without if you slipped a couple of hundred forint to the staff.
It's a town about an hour from here. It has propper shops.
It's worth knowing that all of Hungary seems to close on a Saturday afternoon. I was caught out all the time when I first got here.
What to buy: The only thing that I would be tempted to buy in Nyiregyhaza is petrol to go shopping in Debrecen.
What to pay: It depends on your car's engine capacity.
This place is safe. Compared to just about anywhere else that I have been (and that’s quite a lot of places), Nyíregyháza is probably the safest place that I know.
Despite the fact that I have spent more than my fair share of time hanging around in sleazy bars and chatting to total strangers, I have only been witness to one small skirmish in over three years, and that was two old guys who argued over a chair for thirty seconds or so. The people here are, for the most part, friendly and well behaved.
Of course, there is always the danger that one can become complacent in such surroundings and start, through a feeling of total security, to take ridiculous chances. As with anywhere else, there are areas of the town that are less desirable than others; the area surrounding the railway station being one of them. I have heard of members of the ex-pat community getting themselves into scrapes around this area, but that has been mostly due to an overriding feeling that nothing bad ever happens here and that it is perfectly safe to walk anywhere, alone, at any time of night and in any state of inebriation.
Don’t fall into this trap, and you’ll be fine!
West of the city (abt 35km) on the Tisza river a little place called TOKAJ,
where the 'king of the wine' *** and the 'wine of the kings' is grown.
*** Tokaji Aszu ***
Visit the 'Sosto' favorite swiming place, hot springs in forest . You also should visit Tokaj only about 35 km from Nyiregyhaza . You can have a nice dinner in a 'Halasz csarda' the plate called 'Halaszle' fish supe.
Fondest memory: THis is the Place where I went to high school ' Kossuth Lajos Gimnazium'.Also did some flying with a sailplane. Jumped out of a plane when I was 15 yrs old. Bearley made the limit (50Kg).I was the first to jump out of 12, and the last one to land.