Seemingly the entire town seems to stroll the leafy lake-hugging promenade all day; it gets especially crowded in the early evenings....
Inspired by the Pantheon in Rome, the tiny neoclassical Round Church was completed in 1846. The Crucifixion (1891) by János Vaszary...
Jókai Memorial Museum
The Jókai Memorial Museum is housed in the summer villa of the prolific writer Mór Jókai, just north of Vitorlás tér. In his study here,...
Hands-down the most popular place in town to grab a drink or a bite, Karolina is a sophisticated cafe/bar that does an excellent job of...
Stefánia Vitorlás information
Lonely Planet review
This enormous wooden villa sits right on the lake’s edge at the foot of the town’s pier. It's a prime spot to watch the yachts sail in and out of the harbour from the terrace while munching on Hungarian cuisine and sipping local wine.