Pápa is in Hungary in the western corner of Veszprém County.


Pápa is a baroque town with 34 000 resident. It lies at the food of the Bakony hills. This 1000 year-old town has many monuments to offer for travelers. There are thirteen churches, old mills, the Esterházy Palace and charming residential streets, the famous baroque Main Square with the Parish Church, the Museum of Blue Dyeing, the collection of the nearly 500 year-old Reform College with Petőfi and Jókai memoirs, the Egyptian mummy, the Synagogue, and the charming houses of the baroque town center. - The Várkertfürdő thermal bath, spa and swim center, and the 5 star Thermal camping provide excellent medical, fitness and wellness services. The indoor swimming pool, the sports arena and the Lombard Pápa Stadium is the site of many sport events and competitions. - The hills of Bakony and Somló present an irresistible allurement for those who prefer a more action-packed vacation of hiking, biking, hunting or wandering. You can find a lot of fishing-lake near at hand. The town has a thermal bath, where you can find therapy sectin, too. Pápa lies 155 km far from Budapest, 45 km far from Győr and 65 km far from the Balaton. - Lake Balaton provide several great programmes.

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