Minorite Church of St Anthony of Padua
City Eye Bus Tour
In a courtyard off Bajcsy-Zsilinszky utca
A neoclassical synagogue dating from 1845 and now partly renovated is around the corner from the Orthodox Synagogue.
Try one or two of the region's best wines at this central wine bar. The waiters can guide you with the right selection and supply a...
Very simple hole-in-the-wall place serving innumerable varieties of pizza, with a fair number of vegetarian options.
Minorite Church of St Anthony of Padua information
Lonely Planet review
On the southern side of Eger's main square stands the Minorite church, built in 1771 by Bohemian architect Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer and one of the most glorious baroque buildings in Hungary. The altarpiece of the Virgin Mary and St Anthony of Padua is by Johann Kracker, the Bohemian painter who also did the fire-and-brimstone ceiling fresco in the Lyceum library.