The most interesting museums in Pécs

The most interesting museums in Pécs

Passionate or not of pharmaceutics, you must visit the Pharmaceutical Museum of Pecs. This interesting museum in Pecs functions as pharmacy since 1764, and the furniture that you can see today dates back from 1897. Another place similar to the Pharmaceutical Museum, is the Museum of the Gránátalma Pharmacy. Photography enthusiasts can not miss a visit to the Victor Vasarely Museum. One of the most famous museums in Pecs is the Zsolnay Museum, which shows a history of the porcelain facto... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Mosonmagyarovar

Tourist guide to Mosonmagyarovar

Mosonmagyaróvár is a city in Győr-Moson-Sopron County, in northwestern part of Hungary. In the city live about 32,000 people, but the number of tourists increases considerably year after year. Initially, the town was divided into two separate entities: Moson and Magyarovar. The first of them was the capital of the Kingdom of Moson in the Kingdom of Hungary, but later, in the Middle Ages it moved to Magyvarovar. The union of the two took place only in 1939, quite recently, and until now... [ read more ]

The famous cave spa of Miskolctapolca

The famous cave spa of Miskolctapolca

Miskolctapolca is a spa resort, a part of the city of Miskolc located at 15 km from the northern coast of Lake Balaton and 180 km from Budapest. The slightly radioactive thermal water (30 °C ) is famous since medieval times due to the benefits in the treatment of heart and nervous system problems, hypertension and digestive disorders. Besides this, it is a real "medicine" against stress and anemia. The main attraction of the town is the Lake Cave, which is a geological rarity. The cave h... [ read more ]

Must see tourist attractions in Miskolc

Must see tourist attractions in Miskolc

Miskolc is a colorful city that offers many sites to its visitors. Today we present you some must see attractions in Miskolc including the Avas hill with the wine cellars and the observation tower, the Orthodox Church and the Orthodox Museum. The Avas is a hill of volcanic origin located in Miskolc, being the highest spot of the city, at an altitude of 234 m above sea level and at 104 m above the city. The Orthodox church and the museum are between the most impressive attractions of Misko... [ read more ]

Top 3 tourist attractions in Keszthely

Top 3 tourist attractions in Keszthely

Keszthely is the oldest city in the Balaton region. As the capital of the area, Keszthely welcomes its visitors with a picturesque natural scenery, a buffalo reserve with a rich history, a great number of leisure activities, cultural resources, but also culinary specialties combined with some exceptional wines! Keszthely is the ideal destination for holidays being in the same time affordable. It is the ideal destination especially for a family vacation, the water is excellent for swimming... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Keszthely

Tourist guide to Keszthely

Keszthely is a baroque town located in a romantic area, between the mountains and the Lake of Balaton. Keszthely is both the largest and the oldest settlement near the Balaton, in Roman times was an important trade center. It seems that the famous Hungarian composer, Karoly Goldmark, was born In Keszthely. The Kossuth Street, where his house is still standing (Casa Peto), leads to the central square. There is a nice high Franciscan parish church dating from the fourteenth century. The Got... [ read more ]

Visitor tips against pickpockets in Budapest

Visitor tips against pickpockets in Budapest

The Hungarian capital is a lovely and charming place with so many beautiful sights and exciting events that some call Budapest the "Paris of the East". This is why over 2 million tourists visit the city in a year and such a large number does attract pickpockets as well. It is not dangerous to visit Budapest at all, however, you should be cautious thieves to keep your valuables safe. Just reading some tips against pickpockets in Budapest might help you to be more careful and avoid risky si... [ read more ]

Top 3 religious attractions in Kalocsa

Top 3 religious attractions in Kalocsa

The Archdiocese of Kalocsa is one of the four metropolises of the Roman Catholic Church in Hungary and a famous religious attraction in Kalocsa. Being a special beauty, the Cathedral of Kalocsa identifies with the Hungarian history, being founded in the year 1000 by King Stephen I of Hungary. Nine years after its construction, the Catholic church was elevated to the archdiocese status, which is preserved until today. The Holy Trinity Column in Kalocsa is a religious monument dedicated to ... [ read more ]

Top 2 interesting museums in Kalocsa

Top 2 interesting museums in Kalocsa

Kalocsa is a Hungarian city, part of the county of Kiskunsag. It is one of the oldest settlements in Hungary and enjoyed a glorious history, this is proven by the numerous monuments that stay as a testimony of those times. Although it is a city of nearly the same age as the Hungarian state, there the traditions and customs are still preserved until today. For example the embroidery art appeared in the region in the nineteenth century, but it is preserved to this day, the city being famous... [ read more ]