We are two of us with my daughter, living in a nice township at the Danube band. At this spring we wish to develop our constructed wetland and some smaller gadgeteer projects and later on the summer some renovating, building projects.
The region is ideal for hiking cycling paddle swimming or just lying on the beach. If you are interested in historical monument, Visegrad castle is near by or the city of Vac also easy to reach. Even the capital Budapest is close thanks to the suburban railway.
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help with Eco Projects
Our outgoing personalities, the historical surroundings and the lively night life are the assurance of the cultural exchange.
work we will do through this season:
Constructed wetland implementation
Building, house reconstructing
No special skills are needed. We work with solid, wood and stones. Knowledge of carpenters, farmers, plumbers, joiners are always welcome.
Separate room with two beds in our small house.
Vác's cathedral on Konstantin tér is the building that defines the town. It was begun in baroque style but completed in Neoclassical. It can only be visited during mass or by prior arrangement for tourists, so you may just have to stand outside, admiring its massive columns and statues.
Art collections of Vác The unique heritage of Gyula Hincz, two times Kossuth prize winner painter, welcomes the visitors in the corridors, staircase and saloon of the house. The artists’ Europe-famous paintings guide us to the virtuosity and fantasies of the human mind with their colour-streams and tones....Because of this, he is often noted as the Paganini of painting. The Master’s constructive paintings were top-notch among the Hungarian and European art from the 1930s. His contemporary fellows often called him the Hungarian Picasso. He does not have eras or periods, his whole life-work is a great arch. Hincz was a painter, graphic artist, ceramist, illustrator, and sculptor in one person.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
Maximum 4 hours a day, 5 days a week