György Kepes International Art Centre
Eger's newest gallery exhibits the work of Hungarian-born American artist and designer György Kepes, who is celebrated for – among other...
Walk north along Széchenyi utca to the Cistercian church built in 1743. The theatrical baroque altar sculpture of St Francis Borgia in...
This 40m-tall minaret, topped incongruously with a cross, is the only reminder of the Ottoman occupation of Eger. Nonclaustrophobes will...
Eger’s classic club, where the dance floor doesn't heave but buckles until the wee hours, is downstairs from the circular Elefanto...
Choose the 'Plough' for hearty, home-style Hungarian fare. Farming equipment and cooking utensils hang like prize kills on the walls,...
Lonely Planet review
Eger's large covered market has more fruit and vegies than you could possibly carry away.