Borsodbóta is a small and quiet village in North-East Hungary in the county of Borsod - Abaúj - Zemplén .It is located about 40 km north of Eger , and so `s 20 km from the Slovak border .The area is green and hilly where one can enjoy the beautiful scenery on the edge of , or in the Bükk Nemzeti (National ) Park hours.
possibilities.Thus, the immediate area is ideal for walking and cycling , it is a true paradise for nature lovers .Not for nothing is the Bükk National Park on the UNESCO World Heritage List .A short distance away lies the picturesque village Uppony with a beautiful lake , perfect for fishing enthusiasts .Furthermore, you can visit include : The largest stalactite caves in Europe in Aggtelek .Or to the famous Lipizzaner stud farm Szilvásvárad and visits there by mini train a beautiful waterfall in a wooded area .It is also relax in the thermal baths ( hot water ) of Bogács , Bükkszék
and Miskolc - Tapolca .Are you interested in the history of Northern Hungary , then tell the castles and palaces of bvEger, Diosgyor and Lillafüred you their own story
Camping Amedi has 40 spacious pitches and a trigger field , modern bathroom with continuous hot water and a kitchen to cook and can be washed .
The wooden bungalows for 4/5 persons are cozy and well equipped with : private bathroom , refrigerator , microwave, coffee maker , gas stove , satellite TV and of course fully equipped with crockery and (garden) furniture .The 2 bed
and the bunk beds have duvets , pillows and bed linen
With views of the surrounding hills is fine here "de- rushing " .
It is also possible to be sporty on its own initiative or to participate in outdoor activities that can be organized. Request partFor children there is a small playground and can work up a sweat on eg the elderlythe volleyball court .Then it's cool off in the pool or just warm up around the campfire as the night falls refreshing