Pasha Memi Baths
One of Pécs’ most enjoyable pedestrian streets, Ferencesek utcája, runs east from Kórház tér to Széchenyi tér and boasts the magnificent...
Hassan Jakovali Mosque
Though wedged between two modern buildings, this 16th-century mosque is more intact than its larger cousin, the Mosque Church , and...
One of the newest ruin pubs in town, Csinos has quickly become a local favourite. Between the alfresco garden with mismatched furniture...
Boasting one of the loveliest gardens in the city, this eatery in the shadow of the Pasha Memi Baths serves predictable but tasty...
Ferencesek utcája 33-35 · interesting places nearby
Pasha Memi Baths information
One of Pécs' most enjoyable pedestrian streets, Ferencesek utcája, runs east from Rákóczi út to Széchenyi tér, where Király utca also becomes pedestrian. You'll pass the ruins of the 16th-century Pasha Memi Baths, three beautiful old churches and, on Király utca, the neo-rococo Pécs National Theatre (Király utca).