Sirok Castle
Sirok Castle
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laczkozsu
Debrecen, Hungary1,671 contributions
Dec 2021
We found this castle in the Matra on a volcanic mountain peak, Varhegy (296m). It’s a very old castle from the 7.-8. century. We took a trip and visited this romantic and interesting place. We climbed up to the castle from the car park in 20 minutes. Opposite the castle you can see two rocks: Stonemen: the nun and the monk. In the castle museum we saw an exhibit about the life of the Turkish age. We were lucky because it was clear, sunny weather, so the view was fantastic. I think, it’s worth a visit, we spent an enjoyable couple of hours there.
Written January 3, 2022
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Zsolt Szegedi
Budapest, Hungary288 contributions
Dec 2020 • Couples
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A vár nagyon szép helyen fekszik, gyönyörű kilátás nyílik fentről. Sajnos be nem lehetett menni a covid helyzet miatt. Érdemes a közeli érdekes sziklákat is megnézni.

The castle is located in a beautiful location, amazing view from the top. Unfortunately it was not possible to get inside as it is closed due to covid. It's worth checking out the nearby interesting rocks as well.
Written December 8, 2020
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seahawksXLVIII
Budapest, Hungary321 contributions
Oct 2019 • Family
Nice 10-15 minutes walk uphill. The view is awesome from the castle. Definitely worth to visit......
Written October 20, 2019
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Adrián Los
Budapest, Hungary7 contributions
Jul 2017
Awesome, i liked! (; It was a beauty place. Good trip on foot or by car. I suggest it, fresh air nice place!
Written July 13, 2017
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beabrigi
Dunakeszi, Hungary1,559 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
This tiny castle is high up on a steep hill. There is a nice road to walk up and a fantastic view on the surrounding mountains from above. There are rooms and also caves inside. The place is nicely restored and restoration is still going on.
Written October 31, 2016
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Kimbo9190
Bukkszek, Hungary179 contributions
Mar 2016
Fantastic views, great for history lovers, Good restoration, picnic areas. It's a steep walk to the castle. Could benefit from a Bufe or drink shop.
Written July 27, 2016
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Evelin H
19 contributions
Oct 2018 • Family
Beautiful view if you climb up to the castle around sunset. It literally took my breath away and I almost forgot to take photos! It is also a great walk up to the castle with fresh air and there are chairs if you need to sit down on the way up. :)
Written October 16, 2018
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Judit B
Budapest, Hungary5 contributions
Aug 2017
Nice ruined forest, now under reconstruction. Big part of the area can be visited, there is small museum showing the daily work of the soldiers during the Turkish domination in the XVI. siecle.
Written July 10, 2018
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Lorenzo M
Budapest, Hungary50 contributions
Jan 2018
We visited the place in January. It was recently renovated and there are nice exibitions about the live in the castle and some general information on a video.
To reach it you have to climb a steep path but afterward you can enjoy the stunning view to the little village and the surrounding hills.
Written January 19, 2018
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