Eva Kisgyorgy Profile

Apart from some short trips to neighbouring countries with my parents in my childhood, I had my first "real" trip at the age of 21 to Western Europe (UK, France and Spain), backpacking and interrailing. Six years later I had my first trip outside Europe, to some US national parks. I got seriously hooked on traveling while I lived in New York for 2 years doing my MBA since it was relatively cheap to travel around the US and Central America from there. After my return to Europe, I got into the habit of making 2-3 longer (2-3 week) trips a year to other continents, usually with adventure travel agencies, combining them with long weekends in Europe done independently. When compiling the trip routes of my longer journeys, I try to visit the UNESCO sights as well. In Europe, I specifically design my long weekends around world heritage sights.
I have a website, where I post my travel journals and favorite photos:

Should you have any questions relating to visiting a Hungarian site, you can always contact me for assistance. All sites in my country are easily accessible by public transport and I will be glad to give you advises.

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Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape

Eva Kisgyorgy Hungary - 26-May-10

Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape

I visited the Geevor Tin Mine in Cornwall. There is an informative website (how to get there, opening hours, etc.) at http://www.geevor.com/

I took bus no 17 from Penzance. There are a couple of buildings one can visit and a very interesting underground tour to a mine tunnel - highly recommended.

All the mines in the area were family businesses, with just 10-20 employees. The Geevor mine is about 300 years old and was just recently discovered.

If you stay in Penzance, there are lots of other great places to visit in the area: St Ives, Minack theater, Scilly island, etc.

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Eva Kisgyorgy
Rating Stats
Caceres 3.5
São Luis 3.5
Vilnius 3.5
Kernavė 1.5

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Top 50 Missing Sites

  1. Amritsar
  2. Bagan
  3. Dzongs of Bhutan
  4. Jebel Shams, Wadi Nakhur, and Wadi Ghul
  5. Major Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright
  6. Middle and Upper Sepik
  7. Okavango Delta
  8. Plain of Jars / Sites Mégalithiques de la province de Xieng Khouang
  9. Torres del Paine National Park
  10. Transiberian Railway
  11. Varanasi