A Little About Tát
Tát is just a small town or more to a village in Hungary actually, but in a way or two, this small town is part of a great sunflower and wine cellar region of the country to my opinion; I could see the surrounding land around Tát are mostly covered with corn and sunflower, giving such a great view for whoever passing by. The small yet neat colorful cellars can be seen on the hilly area along with grapes and other plants.
There are not many things to see or places to go to while in Tát, when I say this is a small town, it is fairly small, as if only a drive away; or so I thought. After a couple of time driving by Tát, I learned my opinion was not entirely correct. Our driver who actually is my husband’s cousin informed me that Tát is actually a quite big village of more than 5000 people with German descendants mostly and tourism is one of their main economy; the wine cellars on the hillside along with a couple more points are the attractions to many visitors.
The back road connecting Tát and the neighbouring towns/villages is great for new drivers as some people would explain me, but a couple of times when we were driving on this back road, we would encounter with a couple of reckless Slovakian drivers (shown from their car plates), which can be scary to my eyes as there are many elders riding bikes along this region.
Driving along the back road of Tát is a fun thing to do for me especially in Summer season; the view is lovely and the breeze is very nice. If I am not mistaken, I also saw a somewhat big flour mill in Tát which now I remember to check it out from nearby!