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Lake Vadkert (sometimes also called Büdös-tó, "Stinky Lake") is a lake nearby the town of Soltvadkert, Hungary. It became one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hungary since it had similar features to Lake Balaton, but cheaper prices and no overcrowding.
Lake Vadkürt was first mentioned on military maps in the 1780s. Although it dried out during the centuries, today it is nationally known for its clean water and great beaches. It contains 70 ha of water.
- May: the annual meeting of the Hungarian Motorcycle club, rock concerts, and festivals
- First Sunday of July: wine festival, theater, and open-air programs
- Last weekend of July: Beer festival, open-air programs, and rock concerts
- August 20.: St. Stephen's day in Hungary, festivals, fireworks
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