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Hungarian Wine Route Rally to kick off on August 28

Tourism

In the weeks leading up to the 20th annual Wine Route Rally, which is being held between August 28 and 30, organizers are planning all the details of the routes that will pass through many of Hungary’s top wine regions.

Stops on the route include Tokaj, Mád, Eger and Mátra. Although drivers are encouraged to explore the wineries, they’ll have to save their sampling until the end of the race. More information on the rally can be found here.

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