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As a Riding Holiday destination, Hungary offers a wealth of equestrian opportunities. It's beautiful unspoilt countryside, numerous National Parks and fascinating mix of flora and fauna, combined with a long heritage of Horsemanship make it a perfect choice for riders of all age and ability. The vast expanse of the Great Plains and Hungarian Puszta in the South are ideal for fast, fun horse riding for more experienced, thrill seekers. The endless unfenced sandy tracks are a natural draw to riders keen to experience the excitement of adrenaline fuelled gallops. This terrain is perfect for long exhilarating trots and rolling canters, interspersed with steady relaxing treks through cool forests. In contrast, a variety of centre based and trail rides can be found in the fabulous, Lake Balaton region. Spend long sunny days on horseback exploring dense forest and fragrant wildflower meadows, volcanic hills and medieval castle. Evenings are a chance to immerse yourself in the proud Hungarian culture surrounded by fine wines and gourmet food. From luxurious spa breaks, with professional tuition, to stays on Western Ranches learning new skills, Hungary offers a wide range of equestrian activities.

A friendly, hospitable destination with an enviable temperate climate and quality horses make Hungary a superb choice for a riding holiday.

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El Bronco

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A Western ranch offering lessons, trail riding on quality horses. Comfortable accomodation with spa facilities.
Key Facts
  • Open: All Year
  • Type: Riding and Accommodation
  • Riding Style: Western
Price: From €130 per person per night...
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“We had a lovely week here. The riding was great and it was good to be in a quiet rural area, away from the touristy areas.”
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