Miskolctapolca cave bath



In the natural cave bath you can swim in the warm, warm water from the depths of the mountain and enjoy the clean, cave-like climate. Its healing effects can also be attributed to the combination of karst water and the unique climate.

Our guests can swim in the hundreds of thousands of years old cave passages created by nature and enjoy the pleasant massage of the wild water flow. You can hear the enigmatic echoes of the star space as you admire the unique shapes of the natural formations that are unique in Europe.


Avalon Park - HELL Kart & Event Center



Avalon Park is a family fun and adventure park in the heart of the Bükk Mountains in Miskolctapolca.

For those who are looking for active relaxation and extreme fun, the HELL Kart & Event Center offers an electric go-kart ring in the forest.


Avalon Park Maya playground


Avalon Park is a great place for children even for the youngest. It has a unique Mayan design on 2500 square meters. equipped playground. Slides offer a variety of skills, climbing and jumping elements and offer great, safe and varied fun for children with special mobility needs. The playground offers a variety of colorful children's events (Easter, May 1st, Children's Day, Halloween, Santa Claus) for children up to 0-99 years. There is also a babysitting on the playground and trained animators offer a fun and entertaining program for children. The exotic Mayan playground is also a great place for birthday parties and family events.


Miskolctapolca bobsleigh



The Miskolctapolca bobsleigh run in winter and summer was opened in 2007.

The 800 m long route is on the slope next to the cave bath and the boat lake. The maximum speed of the stainless steel rail is 42 km / h and the height difference is 54 meters.

You can ride safely between the trees on the German precision bob. The route is unique in the country and can be used in the evening with electric light.



Miskolctapolca Park and boat lake


The park and the boat lake of Miskolctapolca are the center and the "lungs" of the spa town, a nature reserve.

In the park of Miskolctapolca? Where could we have found swamps and hot water scales a few centuries ago? Today there are pleasant hiking trails for visitors. Due to the deliberate paralysis, planting and care of the early 20th century, the Tapolca Park has become a small arboretum of special plants. The boat lake is fed by an 18 degree spring and its water is completely replaced every week.


Open the temple



In the 14th century, above the center of Miskolc, on the side of the Avas hill, was a parish church named after St. Stephen, which was expanded in 1411. Only parts of this building - like the stump of the west tower - have been preserved since the church was radically rebuilt around 1480.


Avasi lookout tower



The Avasi Lookout Tower or Avasi TV Tower is a 72 meter high television tower on Avas in Miskolc, which also functions as a lookout tower. Built in 1963 near an earlier building; one of the symbols of the city (next to the bell tower of the Avas temple).


Open up Kellesr



Historic Avas in downtown Miskolc, uniquely located in the heart of Europe, has more than 900 cellars and wine houses on the north side of Avas Hill. Their age is rarely 300-400 years.

The cellar caves, which are arranged in incremental rows, run parallel to the inside of the mountain at a distance of 6 to 7 meters. Most basements are 10 to 20 meters long, but a good number of them are 50 to 100 meters or longer.

The Avas cellar is reminiscent of the city's historic wine culture, which ended with the phylloxera epidemic of 1880.


National Theater of Miskolc



Hungary's oldest first Hungarian-language stone theater, built in 1843-1857 in the vicinity of the first theater building that was burned down in Miskolc in 1843-1857. 10% discount with Miskolc Pass card. The people of Miskolc have always liked the theater and they had the fate of Hungarian acting at heart. Déryné and her co-star in the carriage scene of the former Crown Inn and then on the casual stage of the Boot Gate next to the Dark Gate conquered the city so much that the Miskolc people were afraid when the group left for Košice in 1816. This fear gave the final impetus to the construction of a stone theater: "... a popular field in the center of Miskoltz that speaks Hungarian, we want to create and open a permanent playground in the city," said Borsod County in a letter. the intention with the deputy council.

Otto Herman Museum



The museum was founded in 1899 under the name Borsod-Miskolczi Museum. Until 1914, its activities were funded by the Borsod-Miskolc Museum and Cultural Association, then until 1949, until its nationalization, Borsod County and the city of Miskolc funded its activities. In 1953 the institute adopted the name of the versatile scientist Otto Herman. In 1963 it became the center of the museum organization and since then its collection has expanded to the Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen district.


Szechenyi Street



 The most important street in the city center is Széchenyi István, which runs through the entire part of the city and is the continuation of Bajcsy-Zsilinszky street to Tisza station. The section between the town hall square and the Szinvapark has been a pedestrian zone since 1984, only the trams run here. This is the so-called "Main Street", whose atmosphere is reminiscent of the 19th century.


Diósgyőr castle



Anonymus, also known as the medieval knight's castle, was the first to remember it. The golden age of King Ludwig the Great, the 14th century. This is when the period began until 1526, when the castle was the map of six queens, the country residence? It is said today: the castle of the queens.

The complex cultural and ecotouristic development of "Diósgyőr" Lillafüred? ( it was possible to rebuild Diósgyőr Castle. With the exception of the south-west wing, the castle was rebuilt on two levels, where modern life becomes interactive in everyday spaces and everyday events and events in a patina become immense. The southwest wing was preserved in the ruins of a lightning strike in the 19th century, preserving the romantic image of the castle.

The castle has a peculiarity of informal knowledge; The visitor can freely experience the atmosphere of the medieval castle and try everything. In addition to the interactive content, animators in timeless outfits and rooms on the ground floor that show everyday medieval life contribute to this atmosphere.


Miskolc Zoo



Miskolc Zoo and Culture Park is the oldest zoo in Hungary. Its predecessor, the Royal Zoo, was founded here in 1355 by Lajos Nagy. Today's zoo was opened on August 20, 1983 under the name Miskolc City Wildlife Park. It is located in Miskolc in the Csanyik Valley, right next to the Bükk National Park. In terms of social work, the park, which was built in just over a hundred days, originally only showed the natural fauna of the Bükk region in larger areas fenced by the forest, where visitors could see deer, deer and wild boar emerging from the trees.

In 1993, developments began in the zoo, which has since undergone a major change. The wildlife park shows not only the wildlife of the Bükk and Zemplén mountains on 21.2 hectares, but also mainly exotic animals: dwarf camels, various Madagascar semi-monkeys, emu, kulan, white-tailed fern, North American crawling, gereza, peccary, hussar monkey antelope, agouti , large mara, guanaco, marmoset, large haircut, tropical arthropods, fish and reptiles, various types of parrots, but also many predators such as meerkats, brown bear, wolf, lynx, bengal tiger and leopard. At the same time, you can get to know traditional Hungarian pets (gray cattle, Hungarian bonnet, Mangalica, Racka, buffalo, etc.) in the game park farmhouse. At the beginning of 2014, around seven hundred animals of 130 species lived in the wildlife park.





From the highlands you have a beautiful view of the Szinva valley and the Garadna stream. Starting from the Maya Park, the Mayal tours range from simple half-hour walks to half-marathon rides. One of the attractions of the Csanyik Valley is the zoo, which offers interesting activities for all ages from zoo day to sightseeing.

There are caves of great archaeological importance around Lillafüred: the Büdöspest, the goat hole, the Szeleta and the Felsőforrás caves, which are open to the public.

From Diósgyőr we can take a small train to Bükk. The equipment of this special hybrid locomotive runs from Lillafüred to Garadna. Check out the prehistoric smokehouse in Újmassa and try the freshly caught local recipe for eight trout at the trout farm!

Lillafüred is a real gem of Miskolc, a recognized climate spa. Admire the building complex and hanging garden of the Palota Hotel, which rises on the shores of Lake Hamori, and go boating on the lake in summer! If you want to take a cozy photo, visit the Szinva waterfalls, the inspiration for Attila József, the highest in the country. If you like peace or need healing air, you will find everything in St. Stephen's


Lillafüred cable car



The Lillafüred chairlift offers a magical view of the wonders of the Bükk Mountains, where you can combine your trip with refreshing hikes to the healing stones of Bükkszentkereszt or the picturesque cliffs of the White Moor. The cable car starts at 333 meters and carries the passengers 1080 meters to the 606 meter high mountain station. More than 180 people can enjoy the landscape at the same time in a 16 to 18-minute drive.


Aggtelek National Park



The Aggtelek Karst has been part of the national park since 1985 with an area of ??more than 20,000 hectares. The cave system here, together with the caves of the Slovak Karst, has been a World Heritage Site since 1995.

The area of ??the national park borders in the north on the Slovak karst landscape reserve, which is geologically, geographically and even culturally and internationally united. Both were designated by UNESCO in 1979 as part of the program for humans and the biosphere as a biosphere reserve. In 1995 the UNESCO World Heritage Committee included the Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst caves due to their natural values. (There are currently many caves in the world with more than 600 cultural and natural heirs, but they have received special protection due to their cultural and historical values ??- cave finds, cave paintings, etc.)




Tokaj is a town in northern Hungary in the Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen district. It is 54 km from Miskolc, in the famous Tokaj-Hegyalja wine region, where the Tisza and Bodrog rivers meet. The development of the small town with 4,500 inhabitants was influenced not only by the wine production and distribution, but also by the location of the traffic junction.

Tokaj is one of the most charming small towns in northeastern Hungary with a beautiful natural history and a great historical past. Its charm, romance and tourism are only enhanced by the patina, the houses that tell the past, the centuries-old wine cellars, the rivers flowing in the middle of the city and the slender bridges. In the Tokaj wine cellars you can taste the typical wines of the region such as Asz, Essence, Samorodni, but also the typical processes.


Selyemrét lido



The Selyemréti pool was renewed by July 2013. As a result of the expansion, guests will enjoy a 3.5 hectare landscaped beach area: a total of 2,728 square meters of water in 6 pools and new wellness offers. The spa is supplied with water via 2 high-yielding thermal water wells (43-45 ° C), which were supplied from karst water more than 9,000 years ago (based on the 13, 14 C isotope tests).

Beach holidaymakers of the newly renovated spa complex can enjoy the whirlpools again and use the 3-course slide pool, the 25-meter training pool, the whirlpool seating and the children's adventure pool as well as the continuous 50-meter pool. The new lido has a beautiful, relaxing park that gives people with reduced mobility easy access.




The city center is crossed by the Szinva stream, which makes the squares and terraces of the city cozy. It is worth visiting Elizabeth Square, the flower clock in St. Stephen's Square or the Bridge of Lovers and the Miskolc Girls' statue on Szinva Terrace. The cityscape is also dominated by Avas with hundreds of wine houses and cellars on the side, and the Avas lookout tower on the top offers the opportunity to admire the panorama of Miskolc and its surroundings.


The city has many historical and cultural treasures, the most extensive mineral collection in Hungary and the richest collection of Hungarian paintings in the gallery of the Herman Otto Museum. The 16 meter high iconostasis of the Orthodox Church in Greece is one of the most beautiful picturesque in Central and Eastern Europe. And the wooden log log is a real curiosity. Miskolc opened Hungary's first Hungarian-language stone theater, which also hosts one of the most important musical events in the region, the opera festival. Today the theater is one of the largest playgrounds in Central Europe with the most theater areas.





The Lillafüred trout farm was built in 1932 by the Hungarian Directorate of Royal Forestry, 4 kilometers from Lake Hámori, in the heart of the Bükk Mountains. It is currently on a farm in Bükk National Park, a stream that flows between the bold hills of the Garadna Valley and the waters of Margaret Spring. The farm is located on 1.0 hectares with 3700 m2 of water and 18 pools.

Brown trout, rainbow trout and brown trout are raised in clear water lakes to produce half a million eggs a year.


From May 1st to September 30th, there is a small fish fryer in the forest where you can try freshly caught fish, fried in eight types of spices, two types of crispy flour or smoked trout, which is twelve according to your own recipe . They are marinated in marinade overnight and smoked and served warm on golden smoke in cold smoke, beech trunks and main dust.


The farm is open all year round.


DVTK stadium



The DVTK stadium is the largest stadium in Miskolc, Andrássy Gyula u. 61 is located in Újdiósgyőr. The new facility, which opened in May 2018, can accommodate 14,655 people. The Diósgyőr VTK football team will meet their opponents here, but in addition to sports, the arena and other areas of the stadium are also suitable for other events such as cultural events.




It is not known that the first Hungarian film festival took place in Miskolc: in 1938 it was? Venetians inspired by Mostra? Hungarian film stars and directors attended Lillafüred's National Film Days at the Palazzo Hotel, and from 1960s to decades the city's main domestic documentary and television festival took place. So when the CineFest was first organized in 2004, there was something to build on. In addition, Miskolc and its surroundings are of crucial importance not only for Hungarian, but also for American film? William Fox, founder of 20th Century Fox, was born in nearby Tolcsva, and Adolf Zukor, who founded Paramount, was born in Rice, which explains why Hungary's best international film festival was born in this northern Hungarian city.

Avasi hiking



Avas Wandering is the most unique event in the country, the largest event of wine gastronomy in Miskolc.


On the side of the Avas mountain there are more than 800 cellars and wine houses, which are often between 300 and 400 years old. The three-day event invigorates cellar rows, cellars and wineries, bands and street musicians as well as street musicians on cobblestone streets, various venues, folklore, jazz, swing, rock and world music. In addition to the local farmers, the wines are offered by invited winemakers, curios that present curios, and the gastronomic experience is offered by the city's renowned restaurants.



Visitors can stroll through the cozy rows of cellars in Avas with a glass of wine and a map.





The Lillafüred ÁEV is one of the most beautifully designed small railways in Hungary, a real mountain railway; Its line runs through steep slopes, special valleys, tunnels. Starting from the urban environment, you can reach many sights by train from Diósgyőr Castle: from the Garadna Valley to Lake Hámori, to the Lillafüred Palace Hotel, to the waterfalls, to the caves, to the Újmassa Palace and to many hiking tours.


Tropicana Casino



With a playing area of ??almost 800 m2, 64 slot machines and various classic gaming tables such as roulette, blackjack and Ultimate Texas Hold'em are guaranteed to provide entertainment.

With the help of experienced players, our visitors can immerse themselves in an elegant environment, both in the world of traditional games and modern slot machines.

Our staff constantly monitor the comfort and entertainment of our guests. Our players can relax with complete discretion within the walls of our casino.

Electronic slot fans can choose from the most modern fleet and try their luck.




One of Miskolc's most popular fairs is the antique fair every first Sunday of the month. During the event, from morning to late afternoon, a variety of antiques cover the downtown pedestrian zone, sometimes Déryné Street, and, if necessary, some of the larger rooms, Elizabeth Square and Town Hall Square. Not only the collector or the buyer will feel comfortable about the program. The wealth of monuments and objects from the past is also spectacular.

Bartók Plus Opera Festival



Within a few years, Miskolc became the center of the opera in Central Europe. The event is considered the most important Bartók festival and is also supported by the Bartók heirs. The festival will feature world-famous Hungarian artists and international opera artists, and almost all major opera companies in Central and Eastern Europe have been introduced. The special task of the Bartók Plus Opera Festival is to promote the work of Béla Bartók. The presentation of his stage and orchestral works is therefore an integral part of the festival program.


Hámori lake



The approx. The natural forerunner of Lake Hamori, 1.5 kilometers long and 9 meters deep, was the Upper Lake, which was recovered by the freshwater limestone deposits of Sinai, which were first mentioned in a certificate from a Pauline monastery in 1319. With a capacity of 0.4 million cubic meters, today's lake is the oldest reservoir in Hungary, which was created in 1813 when the Garadna stream was dammed for industrial water use. The lake is fed by 14 permanent and 11 seasonal sources.


The beach was built on stilts on Lake Hamori between 1932 and 1944, and the Palace Hotel also offered sailing opportunities on the lake in its brochures from the 1930s. Boating was possible as early as the 19th century, and in winter you could ice skate on the frozen lake.

Anna cave



The Anna travertine cave in Lillafüred is a significant and unique sight of the Bükk National Park, which is unique in Europe. Only six of them exist around the world. The reason for this is that travertine caves are usually not available and require special permission to enter. Anna's cave is an exception, hence the unique natural value of our country.


The peculiarity of the cave is that it was not made from the usual hard limestone of marine origin, but from travertine. The lime, which has been transported by the Szinva stream for thousands of years, has formed special limestone forms, including plant tips.


The cave opens from the lower terrace of the hanging garden of the palazzo to the waterfall. The total length is 568 meters, of which 200 meters can be visited. 28 species of arthropods as well as smooth bats and horseshoe bats were observed in the cave.


wooden church



The Desert Church is a reformed church in Tetemvár, Miskolc, and as the name suggests, it was built from wood. Its appearance and interior are dominated by Transylvanian architectural elements and motifs. The current building was designed in 1999 as a copy of the previous one by Miskolc chief architect Bálint Szeghalmy.


The current church was replaced by three wooden churches, the first of which was built in 1637. When his condition deteriorated sharply, a new one was built in 1724. In rebuilding this second church, István Bató, a wealthy merchant from Miskolc, has indefinite merits, who renovated it with his own money in 1874 and created a foundation for the purposes of the church in his will. Despite the renovation, this church became irreparable at the beginning of the 20th century, so it was demolished and a new monumental church was built according to the plans of Bálint Szeghalmy. The church was inaugurated on September 19, 1938. The Plankenkirche was burned down in 1997 and is it the current building? keep its original shape? It was rebuilt from public donations and state support according to the plans of Péter Puskás under the direction of the architect Gábor Simon and inaugurated on May 2, 1999.

Roman Catholic Church of Mindszent



The church, decorated with eclectic towers, is an outstanding piece of the baroque period. In the Middle Ages there was a chapel in a small village of the same name. The baroque church was built by the bishops Mihály Althan and Sándor Máriássy at the beginning of the 18th century and consecrated in 1744. According to some, Giovanni Battista Carlone, the architect of the minority church, was also the designer of this church.

The main facade and the richly decorated entrance gate are wonderful reminders of Baroque art. The pulpit and the main altar stand out from the baroque furniture of the church. The latter shows St. Peter and Paul, dated 1855, by Mihály Kovács. The other altarpieces of the church - Virgin Mary, St. Joseph, St. Ladislaus and St. Stephen (all from 1879) - by Mihály Kovács.

An important date in the building history of the temple is the king's visit in 1857. In front of the monumental church, Franz Joseph offered to build one of the towers.

In the last third of the 19th century, the Mindszent church took on its current form.


Pannonian Maritime Museum



From a geological point of view, the special exhibition can be divided into three parts. The main theme is the swamp forest of the Upper Miocene and under the pretext the living and lifeless environment of the Pannonian Basin. With a special focus on the effects of the Miocene events on today's natural environment and economy.


An essential part of the central theme is the world-famous Rudabánya paleontological site. The 10 million year old monkeys Rudapithecus hungaricus and Anapithecus Herniak found here played an important role in the development of non-human primates, so that the entire artifact is presented in a separate room.


The third pillar of the Pannonian Maritime Museum are the "Carpathian Minerals"? Permanent exhibition. This exhibition shows a selection of minerals and rocks from 19,000 objects for which secondary and higher education institutions receive teaching materials of the highest quality.


Is it scientifically sound, but partially packed in virtual reality? Some elements of the exhibition are not only visible, but can also be smelled, felt and moved depending on the topic, so that players of all ages can acquire knowledge.


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