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All reviews hungarian history eger castle wax museum guided tour turkish invasion nice walk panoramic view entry ticket three hours crescent moon extra fee souvenir shop worth a visit interesting visit historical sites city centre walls
Having read other TA reviews we opted to walk around the exterior of the walls rather than pay for entrance. There are helpful (detailed and technical) information signs along each stretch of wall written in Hungarian and English which explain the history and construction of...More
The castle is the coolest tourist attraction in Eger. The medieval castle is in a good condition. The castle was built in the 14th century on the hill and in 1470 and the Gothic palace was built. The castle remembers the fascinating history of the...More
We luckily came in one entrance by taking the castle promenade first, and then exited via the street above Dobó István. Along the ascending cobblestones promenade were signposts with information about the history of the castle in English and Hungarian. Beautiful views as we walked...More
Eger Castle is the most important sightseeing in Eger, a town located in the center of Hungary. From the castle you can see beautiful views of the town and surroundings and inside the fortress, you can visit some things like Bishop's Palace, dungeons, ruins of...More
Although this is a castle with important history, you will get more out of the book than seeing the castle. We saw the walls from the outside because all we had read indicated the interior tour was not much. If in Eger, see it.
Generally the castle is so beautiful and it has an amazing panoramic view on Eger but the service...what the hell is that? The only language speaking is for sure Hungarian as always but I think they should know the most topic words in English. I...More
Response from paulcninja | Reviewed this property |
I asked exactly the same thing. We were told that you had to pay an entrance when the museum was open, but the castle grounds are free to walk around when the museum is closed. So most of the time, you have to pay, even if... More
I asked exactly the same thing. We were told that you had to pay an entrance when the museum was open, but the castle grounds are free to walk around when the museum is closed. So most of the time, you have to pay, even if you don't want to go in the museums (though they were more interesting than I expected).
There was a note explaining this in Hungarian (which I could just about work this out from), but the girl on the ticket booth explained it to my Hungarian companion too, so it is definitely correct.