The Bishop's Palace, dating to 1770, keeps very limited hours, but have a look at the curious statue of Franz Liszt (Imre Varga; 1983)...
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 ...
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...
Ultracheap lunch spot at the start of pedestrian Ferencesek utcája, with rib-sticking Hungarian favourites.
Esze Tamás utca 2 · interesting places nearby
Fronted by a lovely garden, the circular barbican, the only stone bastion to survive in Pécs, dates from the late 15th century and was restored in the 1970s.