Szentendre 'Closed' To Tourists

  • 9 Apr 2020 7:37 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Szentendre 'Closed' To Tourists
Central Szentendre is closed to tourists and all but local car traffic from Good Friday, the town announced on its website - in connection to current Coronavirus epidemic.

Tourists are asked not to visit the town until the situation turns normal again; that is, not for weeks.

Other tourist destinations, such as Tihany, Hollókő and Tokaj, have also taken steps to restrict visitors, Index reports.

Photo courtesy of Northfoto.com

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