In the casemates (fortified gun encartment) is the lapidarium , a rich collection of Roman and medieval bits and pieces (the majority of...
The trivia that accompanies this building is of greater interest than its present-day contents – a small art gallery. A certain...
Diocesan Treasury and Library
One of the richest collections of sacred relics in Hungary, this treasury features Gothic chalices, a Renaissance mitre embroidered with...
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...
This is a decent wine cellar-restaurant in a small courtyard, where you'll also find a small kiosk selling very popular ice cream for...
Carmelite church information
Lonely Planet review
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 square and cutting it off from the river are the fortifications built in the 16th century to stop the Turkish onslaught, and a bastion that has served as a prison, a chapel, a shop and, until recently, even a restaurant.