Hungary is a country situated in Central Europe. Founded in the 9th century, the country is enriched with lots of historic events, especially the Revolution of 1956, which gained global attention. With the lively culture, diversified destinations and powerful economy, the emphasis on developing tourist attraction never falls behind. Székesfehérvár, a beautifully evolved city of Hungary, is the 9th largest city of the country and is located 65 kilomters southwest of Budapest. The M7 motorway, also called as Hungarian motorway, passes through the city, and reaches farther southwest of the country.
Located between the Lake Velence and Lake Balaton, the city is the ideal stopover between the two. Hiring a car will be a great idea to get around with ease and convenience. For local destinations, buses are available. Monuments and memorials have a fair share in the city’s tourist attractions, which can be explored with a car for hire in Székesfehérvár.
Bishops Palace always remains the main destination sight for travellers whenever the name Székesfehérvár is mentioned. Constructed in 1800-1801 from the remains of a former cathedral (Ruin Garden) this is one of the most important buildings of Hungary. There is also a national memorial called Középkori Romkért situated east of the main square. This used to be a church until 1601 when the Turks destroyed it and Ruins were used to construct the Bishops Palace. The Doll museum Babahaz, famous for the display of dolls and dollhouses throughout the country, is also located in this very city, which can be reached with a car for rent in Székesfehérvár. Dolls dating back 17th century will always catch the interest of little girls, and so will that of adults because of their fine details.
St. Stephen Museum, which is categorised as the main museum of the city organises several branches and exhibitions. Szent István Cathedral and Szent Anna Cathedral are the two holy places which have been built in the past centuries and preserved in the demographic region. The latter has been furnished in the gothic style and therefore remains in limelight. In the western part of the downtown area is another historic museum, Palotavárosi Skanzen, which is famous for preserving even the day to day life of Sebian immigrants. Outside the centre is the town’s most popular attraction, the Bory Castle built back in 1959 containing towers, gardens, and sculptures and various galleries presenting the work of Bory.
The city is now an intriguing tourist spot. Travelling here will definitely prove to be the time of life. You can rent a car in Székesfehérvár to explore the attractions and nearby cities, such as Orhalmiszolok, Golyadulo, Golyadulo, Ezeres, and Pityerdulo.
28 May 2019
17°C / 22°C
29 May 2019
16°C / 19°C
30 May 2019
14°C / 17°C
31 May 2019
13°C / 22°C