Head to the 600-year-old Rákóczi Cellar for a tasting and a tour. Bottles of wine mature underground in the long cavelike corridors (one...
The 19th-century Eclectic Great Synagogue, which was used as a German barracks during WWII, is once again gleaming after a total...
Ede Paulay Theatre
From folk dance to full drama, something’s always on at Tokaj’s fantastic theatre behind the synagogue.
Head for this simple little eatery on the main square under two leafy lindens for lunch or early dinner. It serves the usual Hungarian...
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Tokaj Museum information
The Tokay Museum, in an 18th-century mansion built by Greek wine traders, leaves nothing unsaid about the history of Tokaj and the production of its wines. There’s also a superb collection of Christian liturgical art, including icons, medieval crucifixes and triptychs, Judaica from the former Great Synagogue, and temporary exhibits by local artists.