Church of the Holy Spirit
The interior of this 15th-century church is rather dark, but if you time your visit for midday, you’ll be able catch a glimpse of some...
St Michael's Church & Chapel of St James
At the top of the Lővér Hills, is St Michael's Church (Szent Mihály-templom), built between the 13th and 15th centuries and featuring...
House of the Two Moors
Fashioned from two 17th-century peasant houses, the ornate gate of this house is guarded by two large statues, previously painted an...
The slogan of this rustic pension restaurant is ‘The Restaurant for Guzzle-guts’ (we think they mean ‘greedy-guts’). It is defined by...
Bakery Museum information
Lonely Planet review
From the House of the Two Moors, walking west along Fövényverem utca, you'll soon reach Bécsi út and the Bakery Museum, a fantastic reminder of a bygone era. It's actually the completely restored home, bakery and shop of a successful 19th-century bread and pastry maker named Weissbeck, and contains some interesting gadgets and work-saving devices.