According to the archaeological data Tata and its surroundings were inhabited before the Stone Age and in the Ancient Ages as well. The castle of Tata is a prominent historic building which was built on a rock between 1397-1409 surrounded by water and swamp.
Old Lake, castle, landscape garden. Almost whole year festivals. It is Tata.
The „Queen of the Danube”, the City of Spas awaits the visitors with marvelous panorama of its World Heritage Site. In the center of the city, it is a vivid cavalcade of antique shops, luxury boutiques, restaurants and cafes.
Discover one of the most beautiful capitals in the world!
The "Capital of the Balaton" attracts people from all over the world. Walking in the city, we will bump into an interesting sight, unique museum, palace or monument circa every 50 meters - all perfect for some sightseeing during the colder months.
Sightseeing is not only for the summer! Keszthely offers plenty all year round!
The bike trail leads through 48 towns of the Trei-Scaune region so the the cyclist can discover the untouched, authentic landscape, see the hidden natural, historical and cultural treasures.
The bike trail leads through 48 towns of the Trei-Scaune region.
The rich fauna of Lake Tisza presents many sights for the tourists. On the eastern part of the lake is the Lake Tisza Bird Reserve where more than 200 species of birds can be seen with guided boat tours.
This is the largest artificial lake in Hungary.
Kapolcs holds many architectural and natural sights that are worth visiting, and also the surrounding landscape is perfect for cycling. The Hell Hole Cave has been used by men for 3000 years and some of the village's historical mills can still be spotted.
The village has plenty more to offer besides the famous Valley of Arts Festival.