Trip from Gyor
to Budapest

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Departure from Gyor
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Budapest
10:16h

Trip duration: 76min

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Quality photo of Tata - Hungary

Tata
Hungary

75 min

A baroque town situated near the Vienna-Budapest motorway, Tata is the perfect destination for a day trip offering historical attractions, spa opportunities, cultural heritage and... natural beauties. If you prefer to relax and chill out, there are large lakes and outdoor swimming pools as well as wellness activities. If you, however, prefer to get a cultural uplift, you may explore the Castle of Tata built at the end of 1300s or the open-air geological museum which features the town’s local history. As far as entertainment is concerned, you will not be disappointed because numerous concerts, festivals and other fun events are organized in the city in the summertime.

Quality photo of Pannonhalma Archabbey - Hungary

Pannonhalma Archabbey
Hungary

105 min

The Benedictine Archabbey of Pannonhalma is one of the oldest historical monuments in Hungary, established in 966 by Prince Geza. The monastery became an archabbey... in 1541 but during the Turkish occupation the monks had to abandon the abbey on several occasions. The most notable sights include the Basilica with the Crypt which is also the oldest part of the abbey, dating from 13th century; the monumental library with 360.000 volumes; the Archabbey collection and the Baroque refectory. Visitors can also relax in the beautiful botanical garden, an incredible arboretum and in the winery and the restaurant. Today, there are about 50 monks living in the monastery who run the boarding school for Benedictine monks.

Quality photo of Komarno - Slovakia

Komarno
Slovakia

75 min

The picturesque town of Komarno is the most southern town in Slovakia, situated at the confluence of the rivers Vah and Danube. In the past,... Komarno was a single Hungarian town but when the state of Czechoslovakia was formed the borders of the country divided the historical Komarno county and the town of Komarno. The city exudes many historical buildings, sculptures, cultural monuments and the largest and best preserved fortress complex in Slovakia, made up of several fortresses. The center's main sites include the baroque church, the Serb Orthodox Church with an exhibition of sacral monuments and Gyorgy Klapka square.