Balatonfüred attractions

Area in Balatonfüred

Tagore Sétány

The entire town seems to stroll the leafy lake-hugging promenade all day. It hides a number of statues, including a bust of Nobel Prize–winning poet Rabindranath Tagore in front of a lime tree that he planted in 192…
Square in Balatonfüred

Gyógy tér

This leafy square is home to the State Hospital of Cardiology. In the centre you’ll encounter the Kossuth Pump House (1853), a natural spring that dispenses slightly sulphuric, but drinkable, thermal water. If you c…
Museum in Balatonfüred

Jókai Memorial Museum

The Jókai Memorial Museum is housed in the summer villa of the prolific writer Mór Jókai, just north of Vitorlás tér. Jókai churned out many of his 200 novels in his study here, under the stern gaze of his wife, the…
Monument in Balatonfüred

Balaton Pantheon

The Balaton Pantheon has memorial plaques from those who took the cure at the town's famous hospital; the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore was one of them.
Gallery in Balatonfüred

Vaszary Villa

This beautifully restored villa (1892), once the residence of the Vaszarys, exhibits some works by the best-known family member, the painter János Vaszary, as well as a wonderful collection of arts and crafts from t…
Church in Balatonfüred

Round Church

Inspired by the Pantheon in Rome, the tiny neoclassical Round Church was completed in 1846. The Crucifixion (1891) by János Vaszary sits above the altar on the western wall and is the only notable thing inside.
Cave in Balatonfüred

Lóczy Cave

Around 40m of this cave is accessible to the public, and the highlight inside is the thick layers of limestone. It's located north of the old town centre. It's a cool 12°C year-round, so bring a warm top.
Historic Building in Balatonfüred

State Hospital of Cardiology

The famed State Hospital of Cardiology and its hot springs is what put Balatonfüred on the map.