Former Franciscan church
The church was originally built in the Gothic style in the late 14th century for Franciscan monks, but many alterations were made in...
Fő tér, Kezthely's colourful main square, received a facelift in 2012 – the result is a traffic-free, pedestrian-friendly expanse of...
The latest in theatre performances can be seen at this new theatre on the main square.
Keszthely’s lively food market combines the best and worst of Hungary’s markets, packed with overflowing fruit and vegetable stands,...
Lonely Planet review
Oenophiles and foodies should head straight to this restaurant and wine mecca, which serves simple but lovingly prepared Hungarian fare including local faves like fish from Lake Balaton (the catfish with paprika curded cheese pasta is divine), and the knowledgeable staff will guide you to a lovely glass of local tipple. The restaurant also runs friendly wine tastings (six to eight wines 2500Ft per person, 10 to 12 wines 3500Ft) including cheese and fruit in the vaulted cellar. The ivy-covered outdoor terrace is a cool reprieve from the heat, or pop into the subterranean restaurant – the chunky furniture is made from old wine barrels and presses.