Miskolc is a settlement established during the Hungarian conquest, which is now a large city with 192,000 inhabitants, with identical historic monuments, infrastructure, cultural traditions and events, a training and scientific background.


  • 1.5 km long pedestrian street of Miskolc
  • Avas lookout tower
  • Avas Reformed Church
  • Avas row of wine cellars
  • Szent István sculpture
  • Inconostas of the Orthodox Church
  • Szinva terrace
  • National Theatre of Miskolc
  • Deszka Church
  • Herman Ottó Museum
  • House of Arts
  • Miskolc Ice Hall
  • Miskolc Zoo and Culture Park

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The surroundings of Miskolc

During history, Miskolc became a large city because it was situated at the crossing of roads. Therefore it is easy to reach every direction. If we leave in the Northern direction, we can reach Szilvásvárad in 40 minutes, the Aggtelek dripstone cave within an hour, and when crossing the border our way leads to the ice cave of Dobsina. Leaving in the North-Eastern direction, by a one-hour car drive one can reach Kosice, in 40 minutes the Tokaj-Hegyalja wine region, and within an hour Sárospatak. After a 40-minute drive to the South, you can relax at the Zsóry Thermal Spa in 40 minutes. In the Western direction, our destination may be Eger.


  • Diósgyőr Castle
  • Lillafüred Castle Hotel, Hámori Lake
  • Lillafüred narrow-gauge railway, Ancient Forge
  • Lillafüred István dripstone cave
  • Szinva waterfalls
  • Miskolc Zoo and Culture Park
  • Mályi lake
  • Bánkút ski slope
  • Szilvásvárad
  • Aggtelek dripstone cave
  • Dobsina ice cave
  • Kosice
  • Tokaj-Hegyalja wine region
  • Sárospatak