Veszprém

Veszprém (German: Weißbrunn, Slovene: Belomost) is a city in the Transdanubia region. It is one of the oldest cities in Hungary.

Understand

Veszprem neighborhoods

It lies approximately 15 km (9 mi) north of the Lake Balaton. It is the administrative center of the county (comitatus or 'megye') of the same name.

City ​​Districts

Belváros, Dózsaváros, Jeruzsálemhegy, Egyetemváros, Füredidomb, Cholnokyváros, Újtelep, Jutasi úti lakótelep, Bakonyalja, Jutaspuszta, Szabadságpuszta, Iparváros, Gyulafirátót, Kádárta.

Further territorial units : Veszprémvölgy, Reptér, Csatár

Get in

By bus

By train

By car

From Budapest take the M7 motorway, to Székesfehérvár then turning to #8 Main road. From Győr take main road#82, from Graz, Körmend main road#8, from Balatonfüred take main road#73. Tapolca can be approached from a main road#77.

Get around

Public transport

Veszprém bus lines

Veszprém public transport solved by a dense bus network, details, Balaton Volan, interactiv map

Some other lines runs only on special occasions.

See

Castle district

Churches

St. Michael's Cathedral

Museums

Archbishop Palace

Monuments

Castle well (end of the 16th century)

Other areas

Churches

Saint Ladislaus church (1902)
St. Anna Chapel

Museums

Monuments

County Hall
St. Stephen's Viaduct over Sed river from air

Further afield

Pannonhalma Benedictine Archabbey Church, World Heritage. Pannonhalma
Grand Hall, Reguly Antal Museum Library, Zirc

Do

Climbing, walking

Veszprém ZOO entrance

Cycling

There is a new cycling route runs from the beginning of the main road Nr. 73 until the city center. Also good place for cycling around the Gulya Hill

Fitness and Wellness

Theaters

Veszprém, Theatre Park

Events

Veszprém in Winter

Buy

Shopping centres

"Sörház lépcső", alley-way in the downtown

Supermarkets

Markets

Virág Benedek Street, Downtown

Shops

Antique Shop

Antique Book Shop

Gifts

Eat

Drink

Cafes

Sleep

Kossuth street, Veszprém

Budget

Mid-range

Splurge

A 18-storey building in Veszprém

Connect

Go next

Balaton Landscape
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