Hiking in Veszprém – Tours in Veszprém

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Hiking in Veszprém

Hiking in Veszprém

The beauty spots of the forest on Gulya Hill are located on a huge area next to the Safari Park of the Zoo and those ones of the Séd Valley also offer wonderful places to visit both for Hungarian and non-Hungarian tourists.
Veszprém is an excellent start for hiking; with sights of national and international fame within 30 kms. Start an expedition with the information on our home-page, go for a roam in our vicinity! We welcome you!In Nagyvázsony, there is the Kinizsi Castle, in Baláca the ruins of a Roman villa, a bit farther away on the road to Tapolca, the villages of the ...
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The Sobri Jóska Adventure Park is situated 20kms from Veszprém, along the No 8 main road at Kislőd. It offers great entertainment for the whole family at the heart of the Bakony in picturesque surroundings.Guests can go fishing or have a go on one of the longest wire rope courses in Hungary, the young ones can play in the willow maze or conquer the castle ...
Starting from Szabadság Square let us walk towards the traffic lights. At the corner we can see the most beautiful building of the square: Kapuváry House. The Rococo building with its wrought iron balcony and the coat of arms of the family who had erected it in 1793 dominates its environment.The town later purchased Canon Kapuváry's Palace. Now private ...
Rákóczi Street connects Szabadság Square to the old marketplace of the town, today’s Óváros Square. With its 18th and 19th century buildings this street also belongs to the old town.To the left and right there are small streets and alleyways leading to the district below the Castle. Among the streets of Rákóczi Street we can find the house of Károly ...
Our walk is starting from Szabadság Square and leading us around the town centre offers a varied picture. In the second half of the 20th century Veszprém underwent deep changes in the course of which a new town centre was built around the new pedestrian street.The old small-town houses all but disappeared and were replaced with socialist-realist buildings ...
From Szabadság Square the steep Horgos Street takes us down to the Square named after Bishop Ranolder. He had the former Institute for the Education of Girls of the Sisters of Charity, today's Márton Padányi Bíró Primary and Secondary Grammar School built.The gem of the square, which is full of modern buildings, is the oldest church of the town still in its ...
As soon as we turn into Ferenc Óvári Street from Szabadság Square, we can see a fairy tale-like building in the distance: the Nunnery and School of the English ladies. These Neogothic buildings were erected by Bishop János Ranolder in 1860 who donated it to the order maintaining the best schools for girls.The main building can be accessed through the park ...
Starting from Szabadság Square the steep Buhim Street leads us to one of the oldest districts of the town, to Buhim Valley with the medieval district, Sárszeg.Most of our walk leads along Séd Brook - decisive in the town's history up to the beginning of the last century due to its mills and the fact that it provided the necessary water for crafts such as ...

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