The former Orthodox synagogue was built in 1893 and is now a gallery. To get there from Dobó István tér, cross the little Eger Stream to...
A neoclassical synagogue dating from 1845 and now partly renovated is around the corner from the Orthodox Synagogue.
Kossuth Lajos Utca
Kossuth Lajos utca is a fine, tree-lined street with dozens of architectural gems. The first of interest is the former Orthodox...
Linger over coffee and sweets on the big terrace south of Dózsa György tér and directly below the castle.
Imola Udvarház Borétterem
This very stylish eatery at the foot of the castle, with its inventive menu and excellent wine card, has been named among the top dozen...
Lonely Planet review
Pop art and a fascinating collection of antique cigarettes still in their packets line the walls, and groovy music fills the rest of the space in this eclectic eatery. Savoury palacsinták – pancakes, for a better word – are served with an abundance of fresh vegetables and range in flavour from Asian to Italian. There's a large choice of sweet ones too, but be prepared to wait; service is below standard.