Ferenc Martyn Museum
Káptalan utca, running east from Dóm tér to Hunyadi János út, contains a plethora of museums, all of them in listed buildings. The...
Cella Septichora Visitors Centre
This early Christian burial site illuminates a series of early Christian tombs that have been on Unesco's World Heritage list since...
Basilica of St Peter
The foundations of the four-towered basilica dedicated to St Peter date from the 11th century and the side chapels are from the 1300s....
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...
Jug Mausoleum information
The entrance to the Jug Mausoleum, a 4th-century Roman tomb whose name comes from a painting of a large drinking vessel with vines found here, is on the southern side of the baroque Ecclesiastical Archives (Egyházi levéltár) in Dóm tér.