The wildlife, wild fauna of the rocky grasslands will surprise those who want to get to know this seemingly monotonous landscape. Following the soil conditions, the vegetation is also mosaic. The dominant grass species is the red-chews fkase, whose distinctive colour changes the wilderness. In the Spring it is blue-green, red in Summer, and golden in Autumn. Hikers favours mostly the salt flower.
The most famous monument of the village is the Nine-hole Bridge, which was designed in classicist style by Ferenc Povolny in 1827, made in 1833. The length of the bridge is 167.3 m, width 6.85 m. According to the local legend, "once Sandor Ruzsa – an infamous outlaw, spent his time in a local pub , he was trying to catch by the law, but he hopped on his horse, and as there was no bridge on the river, he was escaped by the help of his nine mistresses." – That's why there are 9 holes under the bridge. Today the 175-year-old bridge can still bear the XXI. century transport challenges.
Sóstó Zoo is situated in a distance of 5 kms from the city of Nyíregyháza, in the holiday resort of Sóstó, where the beach, the open air museum and the forest offer various recreational activites for the visitors. The Zoo is placed deep in an oak forest, in a natural, almost untouched environment. In the area of 35 hectares visitors are welcomed by so-called „continents”, which enable them to „walk round the Earth” and to observe how animals live in the different parts of the world. Visitors can take a rest in Hotel Jungle, which is the Zoo’s own hotel.
Sóstó Zoo was established in 1998, in an area previously occupied by a leisure park. The purpose was the creation of such an animal exhibit that preserves the opportunities provided by the natural environment, and at the same time corresponds to the mission of modern Western European zoos. This is the reason why the rule of the year by year constructions was to build the enclosures and broaden the animal collection in a way that provides habitats complying with the European standards and the animal keeping principles of those days.
Debrecen is the largest and most important city in Eastern Hungary. The city is also known as "cívisváros" or "Calvinist Rome", and offers a wide-range of activities for the whole family:
For more than 100 years one of the most famous events in Hungary takes place here: the Flower Carnival in Debrecen, whose main attraction is the parade of the flower carriages on the 20th of August. Historic monuments, cultural events, and the unique natural environment every year reveals a new and more attractive face of the city for visitors. One of the city's main attractions is the symbol of the city, the reformed Grand Church. The Nagyerdei Park offers a wide range of experiences for the whole family. The most recent attraction of the Water Tower on the Great Forest provides entertainment for visitors from Spring to Autumn.