Things to Do in Szentendre

Things to Do in Szentendre, Hungary - Szentendre Attractions

Things to Do in Szentendre


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  • KBD87
    Arkansas1,153 contributions
    We visited this museum while on a day trip through Viking. It is very interesting and her use of the color blue in her work is amazing. Her art depicts the Hungarian rural life and you can see her love for the people and the Danube in her art. I honestly was not familiar with her work but now I am and am amazed at her work. Definitely stop in if you are touring the town
    Written November 4, 2023
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  • Капитонова Н
    Kaliningrad, Russia2 contributions
    Our host was the nicest girl. It is a very nice and cozy place. Lots of beautiful paintings and other creative works. Most of them are for sale.
    Definitely worth visiting.
    Written May 13, 2023
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  • Lost Traveller
    Warsaw, Poland156 contributions
    open air museum and a live history, what hungarian villages might looked like ~150-200 years before.. house, roof, wall hanging, kitchen, paddy cleaning, animal shelter, you just name it.. heard something like this from my granny in back those old days.. gives goosebumps..

    PS: we could not find some taxi stands near by, have to call a company
    Written January 3, 2024
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  • CattyKy
    Israel1,861 contributions
    We visited this lovely town for one day. We arrived by train from Budapest train station (its about 40 minutes).
    The old town is pretty and cosy, has a lots of cafes, unique shops and small museums.
    Don't miss the promenade near Danube. You can take a boat trip, ride a bike, walk by the Danube bank or grab a cup of coffee and strudel in of the local restaurants. Super recommended. Enjoy!
    Written January 6, 2024
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  • Matthew Degiorgio
    9 contributions
    Lovely museum. Must visit! Very cool items on display & some awesome vehicles with some history about them. What is also cool is that you can ride into some cars
    Written December 12, 2022
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  • OZS_ATW
    Budapest, Hungary3,236 contributions
    The main square of Szendendre is a must to see. It is a small square actually with beautiful houses all around.
    Written June 30, 2023
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  • Gergely L
    Miercurea-Ciuc, Romania65 contributions
    The place is full with marzipan creations - historical figures, athletes, buildings, fairy tales moments...a 30 minute walk
    There are the proofs a great creative work....
    On the ground floor there is a pastry shop where you can buy a great variety of marzipan figures.
    Written July 27, 2022
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  • TweedleDee
    Huntsville, AL412 contributions
    Great museum outside the train station coming from Budapest. Lots of really nice trains and trolleys in wonderful condition.
    Written June 8, 2023
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  • נדב ד
    Eilat, Israel140 contributions
    The museum presents ancient Hungarian Jewry.
    The museum exhibits ancient Jewish accessories.
    At the entrance to the museum there are memorial plates of local Jewry
    Written July 19, 2019
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  • Laszlo Kekesi
    Ko Samui, Thailand7 contributions
    It was not so difficult to find as entering into this Gallery. But we did. We find this very special in the middle of traditional crafts shop dumping. It colors well the conventional products around. Absolutely recommended to visit.
    Written September 12, 2016
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  • greyhound85034
    Phoenix, AZ3,923 contributions
    Interesting art museum with several paintings that I would say expose the emotions of the artist toward the Holocaust. A must see exhibit of works.
    Written July 4, 2013
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  • carltonconley
    Belgrade, Serbia63 contributions
    We found the Museum on a stroll through Szentendre which is a very cute city near Budapest on the Danube. There is restaurant upstairs and then the owner leads you you down for the tasting in the cellar. It is about 15€ per person. We had one white, two reds and two Tokajis. There were delightful little appetizers bites to clear the pallet. The owner is quite knowledgeable about wine in general so can compare the wines from Hungary to the wines of other regions in Europe. He discusses the various wine regions and goes in to much more detail about the regions from the wines that are being tasted. It is close to a 700 square mete cellar with a large collection of wines. I am sure the list of wines changes from time to time on the tasting. It takes about 45 minutes for the tasting depending on the questions you ask and the time you want to spend exploring. Other than the Tokajis you probably have not had many Hungarian wines as not many are exported to the US, especially red but they are worth trying for sure. Well worth spending some time visiting in you enjoy wine, it’s origins and history.
    Written February 15, 2020
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