Hungary is a non-coastal country established in the Carpathians in Central Europe. Neighbors include; Austria and Slovenia in the west, Slovakia in the north, Romania and Ukraine in the east, Serbia and Croatia in the south. Its capital is Budapest. There are two large rivers passing through the country. The first of these is the Danube River, 2850 m in length and is the longest river in Europe after the Volga. The Danube River, which divides Hungary in two parts, passes through eight countries before it flows into the Black Sea.
Cities in Hungary
Hungary phone code: +36
Hungarian currency: Hungarian Forint, Hungarian adópeng para
Budapest, Pécs, Debrecen, Eger, Szeged
Hungary is suitable for agriculture. 67% of its soils can be processed, while 15.3% are meadows and pastures. Rice production and fruit trees are grown and cotton is produced. Viticulture and fruits grow in the country. Livestock always plays an important role. Cattle and sheep are grown.
Hungary Export Products
Due to the lack of raw materials and energy resources, Hungary has difficulties in industrialization and produces steel and cast iron. Although abundance of bauxite imported energy to operate it, Hungary made it the most aluminum producing country in Eastern European countries. Machine tools in all industrial centers, especially in Budapest, constitute the basic sector of the industry of transportation materials (tractors, motorcycles, buses, railway equipment). The chemical industry meets Hungary's sulfuric acid, rubber needs and a large number of oil species. Textile and food industries are important (such as flour and sugar industry). The most important industrial center is Budapest, where one third of the factories are located.
Cars, Vehicle Parts, Spark-ignition engines, Packaged drugs and Computers
Hungary Imports Products
Vehicle Parts, Automobiles, Packaged Drugs, Integrated Circuits and Engine Parts
Countries Exported to Hungary
Germany, the United States, Romania, Italy and France.
Hungary Imports Countries
Germany, Austria, China, Poland and Slovakia.
Nations Living in Hungary
97% of the population is Hungarian. There are few Germans and Slovaks in Hungary.
Hungarian Languages spoken in the country
Official language is Hungarian. German and Slovak are also spoken.