Balatonfenyves in Hungary, from Europe region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Balatonfenyves with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 150 reviews
Dropped in to see the castle last Fri & it did not disappoint! The walk up is steep but well worth it. The castle totally dominates the entire area with views for miles in every direction, really giving a fantastic depiction of what it was like here many moons ago. Lots of history to read & absorb from the building of the castle to it's fall into disrepair. Worth a couple of hours of anyone's time.
4.5 based on 417 reviews
Overal: free entrance more or less. 500HUF for tower entrance was worth it. The building is huge and i didnt expect this in a city such as this. I definitelly recommend visiting this gem. The garden around and the pond are nice too.
All in all you wont spend more than 1 hour here.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
4.5 based on 150 reviews
The good people of Hévíz obviously like the colorful churches. After a green one, now I have seen a blue one. The modern church with seven towers is very impressive rather look like a Cathedral than a church of a little country town.
It's a new building, was erected in 1999 and consecrated in 2007
What that is mostly taking in the interior is the wooden cover of the ceiling, which lends some warm, cozy feeling to the church. These wooden panels are also providing an excellent acoustic, that make possible to perform Concerts in the church.
4.5 based on 209 reviews
The biggest lake in the country and a traditional holiday spot. On the coastline you can find many activities, restaurants, cafes, museums for all ages. It is a shallow lake, mainly from the south side, but that makes it ideal if you are with young kids. It may not hold such great surprises for people who live near a sea, but nonetheless it is recommended to visit.
4 based on 282 reviews
This is truly a wonderful experience for everyone. The exhibition nicely explains how caves form and how they are discovered. They even have some minotors with 3D images and videos explaining stuff in 3D. The lake beneath is simply wonderful.
Be sure to book your ticket at least one day ahead and arrive on time. The guide speaks Hungarian but I've seen audio guide options.
Staff at the reception was a bit unfriendly but our guide was very kind and professional.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
An interesting castle hidden away in the town with large grounds, and outbuildings holding little museums in their own right.
There is a separate hunting, and Carriage museum as well as the castle.
If you are VERY lucky then a choir will be singing, their voices reaching through the castle rooms to add to your visiting experience.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
We spent a weekend at Koveskal and visites the market,which is open only on Sundays.You can park your car close to the market for a small fee.The market is usually crowded,but it worths the hassle.You can find here homemade goatcheese,sausages,pastry,bread,marmalade amd honey too.You can taste everything,the sellers are very friendly.At the back of the market you can find antiquities.
5 based on 14 reviews
Our botanic garden is not simply an arboretum of many. It is not only a unique collection of cedars and cypresses, but a family history of several generations, a result of dedicated work and perseverance. Be a part of the history of our family! Feel the tranquility of centuries-old cedars, an enchanting view over the lake Balaton and taste our wines, which are expertise and spare no effort were made to you.
An excellent outdoor family program, a nice walk into a unique collection of pines and other trees. They have a playground for the kids and a winery for their parents.
4 based on 35 reviews
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