"Jewel of the golden age"
There are countless sights and adventures to watch for in Pécs. It's one of South Transdanubia's most interesting cities and its most vivid cultural centre. Pécs is also one of the oldest settlements in the country and rich with historical monuments, which is why people come in droves. It became the European Capital of Culture in 2010 in recognition of its cultural significance. One of the places definitely worth visiting while you're here is the Zsolnay Porcelain Factory, which takes its visitors on a journey back to the past. Tourists are always delighted by the Cathedral of Pécs, which is monumental, and typical of Ottoman-period buildings, which include the tomb of Idris Baba and the ruins of Memi Pasha's bath. Art lovers are in store for a special treat with the unique collection at the Vasarely Museum. In addition to the Mecsek walking and hiking trails and relaxing spas, familiarize yourself with wine made from Hungarian grape varieties in the wine growing region of Pécs. A special selection of white and red wines awaits in the Somogyi Showcase! If you'd like to see and taste even more, visit the nearby Villány wine region. Back to Site: Hotel Palatinus, Hotel in the histocial city center of Pécs
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