Royal Wine House & Wine Cellar Museum
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Royal Wine House & Wine Cellar Museum information
Housed in what once were the royal cellars below Szent György tér dating back to the 13th century, this 1400-sq-metre attraction offers a more commercial approach to Hungarian wine. Tastings cost 1920/2550/3830Ft for three/four/six wines. You can also elect to try various types of Hungarian champagne and pálinka (fruit brandy). There’s a large shop here.