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Dunakeszi PDF Print E-mail

Dunakeszi and Vác are connected through the Danube and the railway as well. Significant changes happened in the life of the town when the railway traffic has been started.

Fót PDF Print E-mail
The town is settled on the Pesti Plain, at the boarder of the Gödöllő-Hillside, in the suburban area of the capital. The main attraction of the town is the roman-catholic church; in romantic style, a work of the famous architecture, Ybl Miklós. Further sights of Fót are the Károlyi Residence (Vörösmarty tér 2.), the Fáy vine-press house (at the foot of Somlyó Hill), Németh Kálmán's Memory House (Béke u. 31.).
Göd PDF Print E-mail

The most famous attractions of this town are the thermal bath and the beaches at the Danube. The town has the „Kékperjési" wetland and the „Gödi" island as environmental protected area. Famous Hungarian artists like Latabár Kálmán, Bernáth Aurél, Arany János spent their time in this small town very often, and it is beloved by artists nowadays as well. The world wide famous Hungarian race horse, Kincsem had its residence in the manor's stable 1876-1880.

The town has ferry-connection in two different directions - Horány and Surány.

Kismaros PDF Print E-mail
The town is situated in a very impressive environment, at the foot of the Börzsöny Mountain, and opposite the castle hill of Visegrád and the top of the Szentendrei Island.

Visitors can make very nice trips by the mountain train to Királyrét or can climbe in the mountain and reach Kisinóc, Nagy-hideghegy or Csóványos. The cellars and the presshouses at the Dózsa Gy. Street as well as the Catholic Church are nice in the village.

Márianosztra PDF Print E-mail
One of the most popular religion places in Hungary. The name of the village came from the patron saint of Márianosztra: (Latin: Maria nostra, meaning: our Maria). Inside the church to the Hungarians' Patron Saint Maria, there is a copy of the holy-picture from the Church of Czestochowa. The village got it as a gift from the polish congregation. The Patron Saint's Festival is held in July, September and December. The baroque friary is the third greatest one in the country. Today there is a prison in the building.


Nagybörzsöny PDF Print E-mail

The St. Stephan Church in gothic style and a water-mill from the XIX. century (Széchenyi tér 10.) are the main attractions of the village. The water-mill is still working and the former mill-house with the stable exists as a mill-industry museum.


Nagymaros PDF Print E-mail

The town is beloved by excursioners and tourists because of its very nice location. There's a wonderful view of the castle of Visegrád and the Danube bend from Julianus look-out-tower. The most famous citizen of the town was Kálmán Kittenberger, the explorer of Africa - every summer in honour of him there is a Kittenberger Feast in the town.

Sights: Catholic Church, Kálvária Chapel & Stations of Christ's last way, the home of Kittenberger, chesnut-forrest.

There is a ferry between Nagymaros and Visegrád.

Excursioners can use the 33 km long „Queen Beatrix" bicycle road on the left side of the Danube.

Szob PDF Print E-mail

The town runs long along the coast of river Danube, the other side belongs to the Börzsöny Mountain and it's a part of the Danube- Ipoly National Park. The famous Hungarian composer Kodály Zoltán lived here. All the troves, artifacts, and ethnical collections of the town are in the Börzsöny Museum. A special part of the collection is the inheritance of an egg-farrier.

Further sights: St. Louise Church, Luczenbacher Castle, Luczenbacher Chapell & Undercroft, ruins of a Roman sentinel post.

There is a yacht port at Szob that is very good news for the lover of the water sport.

A ferry runs on schedule between Szob and Pilismarót.

Sződliget PDF Print E-mail

The building of holiday-houses started at the beginning of the century. The tourist centre of the town is at the Danube, and the Protestant Church is also nice. As the town is situated at the Danube, there is a yacht port in Sződliget.


Vácrátót PDF Print E-mail
More than 15.000 plants live on 28 ha in the famous botanical garden of the village. It is the biggest flora collection of the Hungarian Scientist Academy.Summer nights there are classical music concerts in the garden (tickets available in Tourinform).



Veresegyház PDF Print E-mail

The unique bear-home (Patak u. 39.) in Central Europe opened 24.November 1998 in Veresegyház. The whole place is on 5,5 ha. 39 bears and 20 wolves can use 3,5 ha for free playing and running. 1,5 ha pine-grove helps to reconstruct the original life style of the bears - to hide, to climb etc. The bear-home is open every day of the year.

Verőce PDF Print E-mail

A cultural effervescence started in the village at beginning of the XX. century. Several famous artist have choosen this place to relax and create. The former house and yard of Gorka Géza, the Hungarian ceramic artist, who was remunerated by Kossuth Award, is situated here and nowaday it runs as a ceramic museum. (Szamos u. 22.)

The buildings of the coast is unique in the whole country and was planned by the architect Ybl Miklós. Further sights are the St. Andrew Church with the bohemian poling, the Protestant Church and the Migazzi Castle.

Zebegény PDF Print E-mail

The most characterises building of the town is the roman-catholic church (Petőfi tér), in secession style, a work of the famous architectures Kós Károly and Jánszky Béla. There are nine passion pictures - made form metal - along the road to the classic Passion-Chapel. In the cemetery lies Szőnyi István the famous artist. His former living house exists as a Memorial Museum (Bartóky u. 7.).

There is a private shipping-historical collection in Zebegény owned by Mr Farkas Vince, retired captain.


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