Cella Septichora Visitors Centre
Early Christian Tomb Chapel
The early Christian tomb chapel dates from about AD 350 and has frescoes of Adam and Eve and Daniel in the lion’s den. Two Roman tomb ...
Roman Tomb Sites
Two Roman tomb sites containing 110 graves, are a little further south of Dóm tér. The entire area, which so far consists of 16 burial...
The Csontváry Museum shows the major works of master 19th-century painter Tivadar Kosztka Csontváry.
Open only in the warmer months, this outdoor cafe is a quiet piece of heaven with shaded tables placed amid a jungle-like patch of...
Janus Pannonius utca · interesting places nearby
Cella Septichora Visitors Centre information
This early Christian burial site illuminates a series of early Christian tombs that have been on Unesco's World Heritage list since 2000. The highlight is the so-called Jug Mausoleum , a 4th-century Roman tomb; its name comes from a painting of a large drinking vessel with vines.