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Basilica of Eger

The basilica is currently under renovation, but you can visit it during the work. The Basilica of Eger is also named Saint Michael and Saint John cathedral. The building is also the cathedral of the archdiocese of Eger, which means the bishops and the archbishop do their everyday tasks here. The ...

Servite church

The Servite order arrived at Eger from its Austrian province after the Turks had been expulsed. It was they who revived Mary-pilgrimage organised in honour of Mater Dolorosa. The main feature of the order is that they were formed in honour of Virgin Mary, and their main tasks are to take care of san...

Archdiocese library

Unique archaic atmosphere The Archdiocese Library of Eger was established by Károly Eszterházy in 1793, already from the beginning it was meant to be public, very rare at that time. The opening had been preceeded by thorough book collection since the second half of the 1760s, when professors were...

Archbishops Palace and Visitor Center

The impressive Baroque style Archbishop's Palace Cultural, Touristic and Visitor Centre offering a special church arts exhibition opened its gates to visitors in February 2016.  In the exhibition you can have a glimpse in the every day life of bishops, archbishops who financed architectural c...

Fazola gates

The famous Fazola Gates When walking on Kossuth Lajos street you must see the wonderful Fazola Gates!  The richly ornamented entrance decorates the building of the County Hall standing at the crossroads of Kossuth- and Egészségház streets. Already the gate opening to the street is worth mentio...

Géza Gárdonyi square

Most Gárdonyi-related relics can be found in Eger, the town has been proud of the writer up to now. Here can be found Gárdonyi's house, tomb and besides it you can walk in Gárdonyi street, you can visit Gárdonyi Grammar School and six Gárdonyi statues.   The latest one was inaugurated in 2014, w...

Archbishop's Garden

Archbishop's Garden - the biggest garden of Eger Archbishop's Garden is the biggest park of Eger, called as "the lungs of the town" by locals. On its place there used to be a natural forest fenced off and used for hunting by the bishops. The gates were opened for the public in 1919 - two ...

Kopcsik Marcipania

The Marcipan museum is a real heaven for those having a sweet-tooth. The collection consists of about 150 objects made of sugar mass and its main attraction, the Baroque Room at the end of the museum, where - from the wallpaper and the curtain to the stove - everything is made from sugar. It took th...

Bull's blood wine celebration

The biggest wine-and gastronomy festival of Eger , Bikavér (Bull's Blood) Celebration is organised on Saint Donat's Day every year. The venue is the charming Archbishop's Garden. It is not a usual festival or winetasting, it is a life feeling in Eger, which can only be experienced on the...

Beerfestival

Beer is given the main role in Eger in the middle of August. In the beer festival organised by Agria Park Shopping Centre beer-lovers can taste special artisan- and premium category beers. The programme is free, besides tasting beer the atmosphere is enhanced by stage programmes and light music conc...

Advent in Eger

The christmas fair of Eger is one of the nicest and  best atmosphere in the country. Many people are impressed by the intimacy of the city centre and Dobó square glowing in lights.  Be part of this experience between 1st and 24th December!  On the main square you can be tempted by lots of delicacies...

Obstacle-free Eger

A lot of sights are also accessible for disabled in Eger.  The most important sights of the downtown can be found on Eszterházy sguare. The Basilica can be accessed in the most comfortable way by lift on the right to the main entrance, from the car park . Opposite the Basilica in the Lyceum yo...