Top 3 attractions in Gyor

Top 3 attractions in Gyor

The Bishops' Castle in Gyor is also known as the Episcopal Palace and has remains of Roman buildings in the foundation. The oldest parts of it are the tower, the so-called corridors dating from the fourteenth century, and one of the hallways. The Zichy Palace is one of the most impressive buildings in Gyor, made in the baroque style of the eighteenth century. It has some stunning bays at the windows and the courtyard is decorated with arches.The thermal waters in Gyor are mentioned even i... [ read more ]

Having fun in Gyor

Having fun in Gyor

The climate of the country allows you to come anytime because summers are not very hot and winters are not too cold. The only thing to consider is the favorite season of yours. If you arrive in Gyor in summer, it would be wise to have in your suitcase and an umbrella, because the rainfall is high in these months. Whether you arrive in Gyor, in summer or winter, you will have the opportunity to visit one of the most important cities of Hungary. It would be better to take a guide with you t... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Gyor

Tourist guide to Gyor

Gyor is one of the 23 cities with county status in Hungary and is the most important in the northwest of the country. Besides that the city is one of the five main towns with a population of approximately 127,000 inhabitants and an area of ​​over 174 square kilometers. It is the residence for the region of Gyor-Moson-Sopron, located halfway between Budapest and Vienna. The area of Gyor has been inhabited since ancient times. The first settlement dates back to the fifth century before ... [ read more ]

The third largest basilica of Europe in the city of Esztergom

The third largest basilica of Europe in the city of Esztergom

In the Transdanubia, at the foot of the Pilis Hills, in the north-eastern part of Komárom-Esztergom county, on the right bank of the Danube, opposite to the Slovakian town of Párkány lies Esztergom, a real Hungarian-hearted city. The highest point of the city, the 157 meter high Castle Hill, stands out from the landscape of the Old Town. The city is the seat of the Archbishop, the head of the Hungarian Catholic Church. Saint Stephen built the first Hungarian cathedral in the honor of O... [ read more ]

Natural attractions around the city of Tihany

Natural attractions around the city of Tihany

The Tihany Peninsula is the pearl of the National Park of the Lake Balaton Uplands and it has an only village called Tihany. Tihanyi has a lot of tourist attractions starting with the abbey, the village museum, the well, the doll museum. It is also worth visited because of its wine and excellent Hungarian food. But Tihany is much more than that. There are many beautiful natural attractions around the city of Tihany. Today we want to present a few of them, which involve 2 unique lakes and ... [ read more ]

Balatonfüred and the memories of the past

Balatonfüred and the memories of the past

Balatonfüred is one of the largest and most beautiful cities on the northern shore of the Lake of Balaton and it is inhabited for more than two thousand years. This place is an exciting mixture of the hint of the past remaining from the ancient settlements and the features of a modern tourist center and the characteristics of a spa town. Balatonfüred is rightly known as the city of the water, because there are many other possibilities in addition to the lake. But we are so wrong if we t... [ read more ]

Balatonfüred as the city of water

Balatonfüred as the city of water

If you are visiting Balatonfüred, close your eyes and try to deeply store the sounds, colors and smells of the city. Balatonfüred includes all of these: yellow flowers, curly gray walkways, white sailing boats, the blue-green water ripples of the lake, black shades, lush green trees and bushes, and brown, fluffy ducklings. You will see many colorfully dressed people on the pale pier above the water. Stick in your mind the splashing the water, the wind that moves the sailing boats, the c... [ read more ]