In the casemates (fortified gun encartment) is the lapidarium , a rich collection of Roman and medieval bits and pieces (the majority of...
Győr’s complex of thermal baths, pools, water slides, and fitness and wellness centres, offering every treatment imaginable. Travellers...
The baroque 'Viennese Gate Sq' is dominated to the south by the Carmelite church built in 1725. On the north and northwest side of the...
John Bull Pub
Made to look like a classic English pub – all dark leather and wood panelling – this is the hottest spot in town. Besides the beers and...
For something sweet don't go by this window dispensing cakes and pastries. It's so popular that people sometimes have to queue up along...
Lonely Planet review
Across the Rába River, the richly decorated octagonal cupola, galleries and tabernacle of the city’s erstwhile synagogue, built in 1870, poke above the treeline. The former Jewish house of worship now plays host to János Vasilescu's private collection of contemporary Hungarian art, but the true star here is the beautifully restored interior. In the former Jewish school next door is the city’s music academy.