József Katona Theatre
Franciscan Church of St Nicholas
On the eastern side of Kossuth tér is the Franciscan Church of St Nicholas, dating in part from the late 14th century. It was shared by...
Zoltán Kodály Institute of Music Education
The world-renowned music institute, established in 1975, occupies the baroque monastery behind the Franciscan church. There's a small...
The sandy-pink Town Hall, where you'll find the Tourinform office, is a lovely late-19th-century building designed by Ödön Lechner. With...
We've always tended to avoid the eating and drinking outlets on Szabadság tér like the plague but we make an exception for our...
Artistic presentations come standard at this silver-service restaurant, whether you order the traditional stuffed cabbage or the mixed...
József Katona Theatre information
Lonely Planet review
This attractive 19th-century theatre named after the eponymous local boy who brought new life to Hungarian theatre stages dramatic works, as well as operettas and concerts.