Tapolca, in west Hungary, a short drive north of the Balaton, has one of the most unique and charming townscapes in Transdanubia. It is situated on the northern edge of the Bakony mountains. Beneath the town there is an unusual aquifer.
This is the site of an old mill with spillway, no longer in use, but a great pastoral setting for a photo shoot. In our next blog we enter the aquifer under the city and explore by boat, the "Caves of Tapolca".