Molnár Island lies on the Ráckeve branch of the Danube, on the north-eastern side of Csepel. Although it’s a short journey from the city centre, you soon forget about the hustle and bustle of the capital while you spend time amid peaceful, romantic nature. Dating back to the 1800s, it takes its name from the many mills that once operated here – molnár means ‘miller’. Since the mid-1960s, more and more holiday properties have been set up in these bucolic surroundings, and with them, an infrastructure. There’s plenty to do around here: you can hike, cycle, row, feed the ducks, go fishing or simply just sit on a bench and admire the picturesque landscape

Tip: Fairy Garden, a leisure park in the southern part of the island is also worth a visit, especially with children.