Holloko Overview
From majestic mountains, ancient buildings, castle ruins to a delightful food scene, this tiny village in the northeast part of Hungary has lots to discover making it a traveler’s delight. It is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and houses several preserved heritage homes and buildings and serves as a “living village”.

The town's old village is a great place to discover rich Hungarian heritage, customs, traditions, and culture and is home to several museums, shops, restaurants, St. Martin Church, and Hollókő Castle.

Location: County of Nógrád, Hungary

Best Time: June to August and during Easter, Pentecost, August 20th and Saint Martin Day

Highlights: St. Martin Church, Hollókő Castle, Village Museum, Post Museum, Doll Museum, The House Of The Weavers
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