Boat and Rail Trip
A good way to see the Gemenc Forest up close is via a Boat and Rail Trip available through Tourinform.
István Nagy Gallery
The István Nagy Gallery, built in 1820, was once the mansion of the Vojnich family and an artists' colony after WWII. It is named after...
Serbian Orthodox Church
Buildings of architectural note include the Franciscan Church (Ferences templom; Bartók Béla utca; admission free) behind the town hall,...
Pizzeria La Piovra
Squeezed in among a line of bars is this simple pizzeria, with unexceptional if not filling pizzas. The view makes up for any...
Lonely Planet review
However, the neoclassical Synagogue, from 1845, beats them both. On the right as you enter the gate, you'll pass a sheltered memorial to the victims of fascism. Above the columns on the synagogue's tympanum (the façade below the roof) on the west side, the Hebrew inscription reads: 'This is none other than the house of God and the gate to heaven'. The tabernacle inside, with its Corinthian pilasters, is topped with two lions holding a crown while four doves pull back a blue and burgundy curtain. Now a public library, it holds a massive 180,000 volumes, including a first full edition of the 18th-century French Diderot & D'Alembert's Encyclopaedia .