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András Bernát: Configuration of the Landscape


MODERN ART EXHIBITIONS IN VESZPREM

The House of Arts Veszprém is awaiting You with several art gallery in the Dubniczay palace and in the Vass László Collection. More Shorter

András Bernát: Configuration of the Landscape

András Bernát is one of the greatest artists of his generation; surprisingly, his career path is undiminished and follows a straight line.

During his academic years, András Bernát together with Zoltán Ádám, József Bullás and István Mazzag has already participated in the development of Hungarian painting.

He found his own expressive style relatively soon. He developed his painting style connected to nature, what we can call a bit primly abstract impressionism, according to the tradition of Turner and the French impressionists. His pictures painted during the mid to late 80s show soft structures and refer to the principles of composition of classical landscapes thus evoking the traditional perspective, but his way of self expression justifies the natural forms. In the 80-90s something had changed in the paintings of Bernát. From then on, the motives of his pictures started to bear some resemblance to land art. The abstraction and the strict objectivity appear at the same time in the paintings from that time. However, his depiction of motion is an individual paradox: his combination of land art with the so called Turner’s storm is a special of expressing emotions.

Otherwise, it seems that with the paintings he tries to illustrate or to interpret the honest words of Rainer Maria Rilke about the paintings of Wordspede artists: ’Being an artist means, not reckoning and counting, but ripening like the tree which does not force its sap’.

In the last 10-15 years his painting style became completely unique. István Hajdu said: ’These pictures are monochrome images, meaning that they are made of a single colour each - at first sight; not at the second and not only because there is no such thing as pure monochrome but also because András Bernát smuggles colours into the base colour via light; what is more, he mixes metal granules with organic pigments, creating a silky-iridescent surface that keeps turning into an opaque, vivid body.’

 

András Bernát

He was born in 1957 in Törökszentmiklós.

Between 1980 and 1986 studied at The Hungarian University of Fine Arts. His Masters were Ignac Kokas and Gabor Dienes.

1986. Hermann Lipot-award, Soros Foundation Sizarship

1987-1990. Derkovits sizarship

2000. Munkacsy-award, Wien City award

2004. NKÖM award (Exhibition called ’Egyhetes’)

He lives in Budapest.

The exhibition can be seen every day from 10.09.2017 from 10am to 6pm, except on Monday.

Dóra Maurer – Object of Observation

Dóra Maurer, the laureate of the Munkácsy Award and Kossuth Award, is a graphic artist, painter, film director and also an art teacher. She is the Professor emeritus at the University for Arts, Budapest. She is usually mentioned for her activity as an art organizer. Dóra Maurer is a prominent representative of the Hungarian neo-avant-garde movement. After her individual exhibition at the White Cube at Mason's Yard, now You can visit her colletion in Modern Gallery – László Vass Collection.

Object of Observation

Dóra Maurer is characterized by versatility when we talk about her artistic side: one ego of her is playful, witty and womanlike, while the other ego is decisive, exact and well-organized. Due to her activities started to appear several exhibitions of concrete, systematic and serial art in Hungary from the 70s. But her serial works rarely miss some conceptual element, for example, she has the series where the coloured motifs painted on white background follow the frames of certain canvases; however, the vertical right side of the frame is displaced onto the next canvas.

Her ’quasi-pictures’, which type of work is also related to displacements, and can be retraced to her investigations about magic squares, is also belong to concrete art. According to Maurer’s own interpretation, “The departure and the scene is a rectangular surface with 4:5 proportion sides, which is divided into 10x10 units by a grid. Two congruent planes lying on this surface. Both layers are divided into four parts of equivalent territories. The lower part is marked with diagonal lines of warm colour, while upper one is marked with lines of cold colours. On the basis of the rule, these are the elements of displacement. According to the grid units, the fields are displaced by one step from left to right. By moving the cold colours in diagonal and the warm colours in vertical and horizontal directions, we can observe very complex situations of overlapping.”

The expression of quasi-picture is an apt formulation of the fact that these painted works of art are not really pictures (no representations of something). She can choose from a variety of methods to create a “picture”: to enlarge the overlapping grid units, apply anamorphosis, and “soft corners”. From 1986, she began cutting out the “white”, “blank” fields from the picture projections, creating real, transparent spatial grids and breaking the grid constellation into irregular shapes. The use of the method came when she received a commission to decorate the tower chamber of Buchberg Castle. She used two-dimensional aquarelle designs, with which she gradually transformed an area of fourteen square metres into an elusive spatial arrangement. (The procedure was documented in 1983 through the film called Térfestés (Spatial Painting)). She continued this project when she realized that the colours used in her quasi-pictures continually changed due to the different light and lighting circumstances. She painted the phenomena over and over again using eight colours, thus she has arrived at her Hommage à Monet-type series she calls “relative quasi-pictures”. (...) The original quasi-picture colours are hardly mixed, conceptual, industrial colours. The changes of light blend them with another, exterior system, owing to which they become indefinable qualities. The standard colours are vivid and variable, responding to every condition. The colours of the relative quasi-pictures are experiential colours that subsequently absorb extreme conditions of light and eventually expire.”

This quasi-picture concept is in constant development, for way back in 1991 it began to become independent of the wall (Quasi-Picture Slipped Down), and moreover, as the author mentions in a notice, “even the presence of the initial colours is challenged”.

During the last years she experimented with the additive subtractive colour mixing on space and time.

László Beke – expert from the essay appeared in the catalogue Dóra Mauer: Works 1970-1993’.

The exhibition can be seen every day from 10am to 6pm, except on Sunday to 28.10.2017.

 

Reflection – Exhibition of Gyula Zoltán Feledy

The graphic artist, István Halász declares for the work of Gyula Feledy:

’Gyula Feledy is rather focusing on the colour in his works. He uses the colour in a radical way. He makes more than just imaging, he creates something entirely new and we are part of it. However, not just the colour has the main role in his works, but the object he paints on.

The way he uses the colour is called monochrome painting. The best known ancestors of this style, who still have effect on the artists nowadays, are Mark Rothko and Yves Klein.

Gyula Zoltán Feledy

I was born in Sajtószentpéter on April 12, 1945. I was born in a mine camp, and we lived there in my childhood. I started the primary education here until I went to the Rákóczi Gimnázium in Sárospatak, where I graduated in 1963.

After the college preparatory in 1964, I passed into the University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest, where in 1979 I received my postgraduate diploma as a veterinary surgeon.

I practiced as a veterinary surgeon in the collective farm at Balatonszabadi in Somogy County. After a half year I became the veterinary surgeon of the State Farm of Balaton-Nagyberek.

My first long lasting workplace was in Szentgotthárd, where I worked as veterinary surgeon at the Szombathelyi Tangazdaság ltd. Later I became the principal veterinary surgeon in a 1000-seat capacity milk-farm.

In 1976 I moved again to Somogy County in Kötcse. Since that time I live here with my family. At the beginning I worked as a veterinary surgeon in the collective farm at Balatonszárszó. Later I worked as a local and as an official veterinarian, and now I am a retired private veterinarian.

I married to Katalin Trifusz in 1972 when I was in Szentgotthárd. We have two adult children and three grandchildren.

Since 1990, I am the independent mayor of the village, Kötcse. To honour my autonomous and also public work, in 1998 I was rewarded with the Silver Cross of Merit of the Hungarian Republic.

As a child, I was already interested in graphic arts. Through my Kossuth Prize winner uncle, Gyula Feledy, I had the opportunity to get acquainted with his teachers (Károly Koffán, Sándsor Ék, György Konecsni), friends and colleges (Béla Kondor, Károly Reich, Kálmán Csohány, Ádám Würtz, Ferenc Czirke, Zoltán Lenkey, János Kass, Pál Barczi, László Lukovszky), who were outstanding representatives of graphic arts, yet in those days.

I have familiarized myself with their personality, individuality and artistic work. They were role models for me, which awakened the interest of art and relatively soon I became the lover of modern graphic art, as well as avant-garde graphic art. My original profession was totally different, and at the beginning it did not allow me to be more than a votary of art. After planning and trying for several decades, I studied the theory of colours and in 2004 I first started to paint as an autodidact. Since then, I am the representative of non-figurative art. At the beginning of my career, János Megyik and György Szőke helped me and paved the way for becoming the person I am today. As time wore, I began to reduce the number of colours and became the artist of monochromic painting (using only a single colour).

Over the past years, I am interested mainly in monochrome painting and monochrome abstract. My aim for the future is to acquire a more indepth knowledge of the monochrome painting.

I think that a composition painted with one colour also has an innovative power, which gives the painting the impression that it is emotionally charged. I could increase the interest and the fantasy of people.

At the beginning, I worked only with paper, but today I also use canvas and wood and I paint with my unique techniques only with acrylic and lacquer.

In 2008 the Chief Technical Examiner affiliated me in the Association of Hungarian Graphic Artists, and in 2013 I became part of the Society of Hungarian Painters.

From 2005, I am continuously involved in several individual and group exhibitions.

Some of my paintings can be seen in the Antal-Lusztig Collection, László Vass Collection, Kálmán Imre Museum in Siófok, in the Rippl-Rónai Museum in Kaposvár and by private painting collectors, artists and friends.

The painting is a source of comfort and joy for me, through which I can express artistic freedom.

The exhibition can be seen every day from 09.09.2017 to 05. 11. 2017 from 10am to 6pm and in 01.11.2017 from 10am to 5pm, except on Mondays.

Address: Veszprém, Vár u. 17.
Bagolyvár pakolóház


Useful information, parking

Come to our city and gain lasting experiences! We collected that useful information, which can be needed by journey, trip. Plan your trip to Veszprém, the city of Queens! More Shorter

If you arrive by car

Veszprém can be reached from the capital city and the bigger Pannon cities (Győr, Székesfehérvár, Szombathely, Siófok) in one or two hour. Veszprém connects with Budapest by the M7 highway and N.8 main road.

In the inner city of Veszprém the parking is payable between 7 and 17 hour with 3 zone rate. People can park for free in the surrounding surface parking from 17 in the afternoon to 7 hour morning after. More information from the parking zones and its fees here. For those who want to leave their cars in a car-port, available for a fee, we recommend the Bagolyvári parking garage or the undergroung garage in Szeglethy utca. More information from the rate of Bagolyvári parking garage here. More information from the rate of undergroung garage in Szeglethy utca here.

Map of the routes from the parplaces to the Castle:

 

 


Our recommend if you come to Veszprém from the direction of Budapest

From M7 highway we recommend the Székesfehérvár-South highway exit (km 64) then the N.8 main road to Veszprém. For those who arrive from East they must go along the Budapest út to the big car park by the Budapest út-Jutasi út roundabout (roundabout 3. exit) – (Google Maps: Hotel Parkoló, Veszprém, Bezerédi utca). The car park is on the street, paying (on weekdays between 7 and 17 hours, red zone), and allows an open air parking opportunity.

More information from the parking zones and its fees here: http://www.vkszrt.hu/Parkolas/Dijszabasok/Parkolasi-zonak

From here the Old town can be reach afoot in this route:

Go to South-West direction until the end of the car park, there cross over the two pedestrian crossings in Mindszenty Jószef út. Continue straight to North direction on the Hoffer Ármin sétány, until you reach the Tourist Information Pavilion on the Kossuth Lajos utca (sétálóutca). From the Pavilion go to West direction down the street, in the end of the street go right to the Szabadság tér. Going through the Tér go straight to the Rákóczi Ferenc utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.

Tip: For those who want to leave their cars in a car-port, available for a fee, we recommend the Bagolyvári parking garage. (Google Maps: Bagolyvári Parkolóház, Veszprém, Bagolyvári út).


Our recommend if you come to Veszprém from the direction of Győr, Zirc

On the N.82 main road passing by the Veszprém Aréna from the two roundabouts take the 2. exit, then go right and drive into the city on the first exit in the direction of Centrum. For those who arrive from East they must go along the Budapest út to the big car park by the Budapest út-Jutasi út roundabout (roundabout 3. exit) – (Google Maps: Hotel Parkoló, Veszprém, Bezerédi utca). The car park is on the street, paying (on weekdays between 7 and 17 hours, red zone), and allows an open air parking opportunity.

More information from the parking zones and its fees here: http://www.vkszrt.hu/Parkolas/Dijszabasok/Parkolasi-zonak

From here the inner city can be reach afoot in this route:

From here the Old town can be reach afoot in this route:

Go to South-West direction until the end of the car park, there cross over the two pedestrian crossings in Mindszenty Jószef út. Continue straight to North direction on the Hoffer Ármin sétány, until you reach the Tourist Information Pavilion on the Kossuth Lajos utca (sétálóutca). From the Pavilion go to West direction down the street, in the end of the street go right to the Szabadság tér. Going through the Tér go straight to the Rákóczi Ferenc utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.

Tip: For those who want to leave their cars in a car-port, available for a fee, we recommend the Bagolyvári parking garage. (Google Maps: Bagolyvári Parkolóház, Veszprém, Bagolyvári út).


Our recommend if you come to Veszprém from the direction of Lake Balaton

If you arrive from South (Balatonalmádi, Balatonfüred) to Veszprém, go straight on the course of Almádi út-Bajcsi-Zsilinszky Endre utca-Mártírok út, or Füredi út – Mártírok út to the crossing of Brusznyai Árpád-Mindszenty Jószef utca.

opportunity: In the crossing go to right and go to the direction of Budapest út, where from the roundabout take the 1. exit and arrive to the Hotel Parkoló. (Google Maps: Hotel Parkoló, Veszprém, Bezerédi u.) The car park is on the street, paying (on weekdays between 7 and 17 hours, red zone), and allows an open air parking opportunity.

More information from the parking zones and its fees here: http://www.vkszrt.hu/Parkolas/Dijszabasok/Parkolasi-zonak

From here the Old town can be reach afoot in this route:

Go to South-West direction until the end of the car park, there cross over the two pedestrian crossings in Mindszenty Jószef út. Continue straight to North direction on the Hoffer Ármin sétány, until you reach the Tourist Information Pavilion on the Kossuth Lajos utca (sétálóutca). From the Pavilion go to West direction down the street, in the end of the street go right to the Szabadság tér. Going through the Tér go straight to the Rákóczi Ferenc utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.

Tip: For those who want to leave their cars in a car-port, available for a fee, we recommend the Bagolyvári parking garage. (Google Maps: Bagolyvári Parkolóház, Veszprém, Bagolyvári út).

Opportunity: In the crossing go left and go on the Brusznyai Árpád út in the direction of Northwest. Go near the Hangvilla, go left and by the 2. lantern crossing go left in the direction of Megyeház tér. Go right and go straight to the Erzsébet liget car park. (Google Maps: Veszprém, Erzsébet sétány 1.) The car park is on the street, paying (on weekdays between 7 and 17 hours, green zone), and allows an open air parking opportunity.

From here the Old town can be reach afoot in this route:

Go to the direction of North until the end of the car park, then continue to the crossing before the building of County Hall. By the Mackó Cukrászda cross to left then right on the two pedestrian crossings in the direction of Szabadság tér. Going through the Tér go straight to the Rákóczi Ferenc utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.


Our recommend if you come to Veszprém from the direction of West

Those who come to the direction of West (Tapolca, Sümeg, Ajka) go on the N.8 main road, go through the West ring-road until the lantern crossing of József Attila utca-Tapolca út. In the crossing go left in the direction of Centrum and go straight on the József Attila utca until the crossing of the Egyetem utca, then go left. Go right and follow the street until the Megyeház tér, then by the first opportunity turn right to the Erzsébet liget car park. (Google Maps: Veszprém, Erzsébet sétány 1.) The car park is on the street, paying (on weekdays between 7 and 17 hours, green zone), and allows an open air parking opportunity.

More information from the parking zones and its fees here: http://www.vkszrt.hu/Parkolas/Dijszabasok/Parkolasi-zonak

From here the Old town can be reach afoot in this route:

Go to the direction of North until the end of the car park, then continue to the crossing before the building of County Hall. By the Mackó Cukrászda cross to left then right on the two pedestrian crossings in the direction of Szabadság tér. Going through the Tér go straight to the Rákóczi Ferenc utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.

Tip: For those who want to leave their cars in a car-port, available for a fee, we recommend the Bagolyvári parking garage. (Google Maps: Bagolyvári Parkolóház, Veszprém, Bagolyvári út).


If you arrive by train

Veszprém has got well developed rail network.

From the rail station the N. 1, N. 2 and N. 4 local buses go to the inner city. People can buy (with cash) the bus ticket by the bus driver when they go up the bus.

With the N. 1 local bus you can go to the Autóbusz-állomás bus stop. From here you can reach the Óváros tér with a 5 minutes light walk. Getting off the bus go to direction North and come across the pedestrian crossing. Go left and go straight until the end of the Bagolyvári út (in front of the Lovassy László Gimnázium) then in the end of the street in the Szabadság tér roundabout choose the second opportunity and go straight to the Rákóczi utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.

With the N. 2 local bus you can go to the Autóbusz-állomás bus stop. From here you can reach the Óváros tér with a 5 minutes light walk. Getting off the bus go to direction North and come across the pedestrian crossing. Go left and go straight until the end of the Bagolyvári út (in front of the Lovassy László Gimnázium) then in the end of the street in the Szabadság tér roundabout choose the second opportunity and go straight to the Rákóczi utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.

With N. 4 local bus you can go to the Megyeház tér bus stop. From here you can reach the Óváros tér with a 5 minutes light walk. Getting off the bus go to direction North and continue to the crossing before the building of County Hall. By the Mackó Cukrászda go straight through the pedestrian crossing in the direction of Szabadság tér. Going through the Tér go straight to the Rákóczi Ferenc utca in the direction of Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower.

Detailed schedule information:

http://www.enykk.hu/data/files/menetrendek/menetred_ve.pdf

From the rail station the Veszprém Zoo accessible with local buses according to this website:

http://www.veszpzoo.hu/kapcsolat#megkozelites


If you arrive by bus

If you arrive by scheduled, intercity bus:

Approach on foot from the bus station: Across Vásárcsarnok on the underpass under the Jutasi út, go straight the Kossuth Lajos utca, then after the Szabadság tér and Rákóczi Ferenc utca comes the Óváros tér and the Castle.

If you arrive by special service bus (for groups):

For those who arrive with coach we recommend the bus park in Köd utca. From the Köd utca bus park people can reach the historical quarter with a 10 minutes’ walk. Up on the Cserhát utca, then go right on the Bagolyvári út, go straight (in front of the Lovassy László Gimnázium) then in the end of the street in the Szabadság tér roundabout choose the second opportunity and go straight to the Rákóczi utca in the direction of the Óváros tér, from where there is a straight way to the Castle in the direction of the Fire lookout tower. The Köd utca bus park is paying (on weekdays between 7 and 17 hours, yellow zone), and allows an open air parking opportunity. More information here.


TAXI

In Veszprém there is also taxi service. Their availability: +36-88/444-444

The fee calculation accessible in this link.

Address: Veszprém
IRODÁNKBAN KAPHATÓ A GIZELLA SÖR


THE GIZELLA BEER CAN BE BOUGHT IN OUR OFFICE

The Gizella beer is an ale, which was made from natural raw materials, and it shines yellow gold. In its flavour it harmonises the malt’s sweetish and aromatic, which was added in original combination, and softly bitter hops. There is no added additive and preservative. More Shorter

We could list several good examples for strengthening the image of Veszprém city with local foods and products. From these the newest is the Stari ale, the Gizella beer, which contains positive attributes with its taste and packaging, which can be expected from a good gastronomy product. The beer is made in Tapolca, but it is a local product in Veszprém city, too, because of the regional regulations.

The Mackó Cukrászda made a smoke-dried cheese stuffed salty snack, the sörkifli for the Gizella beer, and it can be bought in the confectionary.

Connecting to festive occasions, events the Gizella koronája dessert is available in Mackó Cukrászda.

The dessert is a reminiscent of a crown, and it is a fruity, peanut butter, caramel, white chocolate delights.

The Gizella beer can be bought for 750 HUF in our office and the Information Pavilion on Kossuth utca.

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Óváros tér 2.
FELÉBREDTEK A TÉLI ÁLOMBÓL A VESZPRÉMI ÁLLATKERT DINOSZAURUSZAI


SUMMER FUN IN VESZPREM ZOO

With the good weather more and more animals go to their yard, so it is worthy to go to Veszprém Zoo, where you can meet them. More Shorter

Furthermore, in April Hungary biggest dinosaur exhibition opened its gates again. It is renewed, widened, and now there are more than 50 life-sized dinosaur sculptures in Dino Park of Veszprém Zoo.

People can meet not just the most distinctive dinosaurs from Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous period, but people can meet dinosaurs from the Permian geologic period. In these exciting period’s nature people can walk among more life-sized dinosaurs’ sculptures. For example the couple of the 24-metre-long Diplodocus had arrived, which is peering at the sky from 11 metres high, but people can see the Euoplocephalus, Mastodonsaurus and Kentrosaurus.

In our tents the children can try their skilfulness, they can participate in a player exploration of a life-sized dinosaur’s skeleton, the youngest ones can paint dinosaurs, moreover, they can climb up on a Maiasaura’s back in the ground.

The Dino Park of Veszprém Zoo waits every day for its guests, who loves adventures, after the opening until the end of the autumn break, 5 November. The dinosaur exhibition can be visited free with valid Zoo ticket.

Zoo Veszprém is a one day long complex family program, visitors can spend 5 or 6 hours in the 30 acres field.

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Kittenberger u. 17.
Megnyitja kapuit a Fricska Bisztró


Fricska Bisztro reopened its doors

After the long winter break on Friday one of the cult bistro of Veszprém opened its doors before the general public. More Shorter

With new design, expanded menu and a cook from a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Fricska was almost completely redesigned in inside and outside. They modernized the energy equipment, and the furniture arrived, too. People, who loved the previous place, don’t worry, the place kept its youthful, ruin pub design.

The kitchen’s size and the number of employees had doubled. The owners saw that more people looking for them as a restaurant, so they adjust to this line. They recruited Ádám Mede, who worked by Onyx and Costes, to the modern kitchen in which they changed everything. As far as the menu is concerned we can read complicated dishes in it, and according to the cook, for the dishes “intense Hungarian flavors with a twist” is typify. Those who loved to come here because of the hamburger, they won’t be disappointed, they can find their favourite furthermore.

According to the plans Fricska can open its pension near the current restaurant in autumn.

Source: vehir.hu

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Miklós u. 10.
E-mail: fricska@fricska.org
Phone number: +36 70 771 1685
Website: http://facebook.com/FricskaBisztro
Our city has got its own beer


OUR CITY HAS GOT ITS OWN BEER

The Gizella named beer, which is the product of the Stari brewery in Tapolca, can be bought on Gizella days and other local events, but later it can approach in local restaurants. To Gizella days sörkifli, cake and dessert was made. More Shorter

According to Mária Brányi in 2011 the city administration thought that the image of Veszprém can be strengthen with local foods and products. The now presented confectioneries and beer fill this part.

She said about the Stari ale that with its flavour and package combines all the positive attributes, which can be expect from a good culinary products. “Quality products are for the good marketing.” The beer is made in Tapolca, but it is a local product in Veszprém city, too, because of the regional regulations. In the future the local government wants to spread the Gizella beer on its own events, but now it can be bought just on Gizella days, on fairs in a separate pavilion and in the gift shop in the Castle.

Péter Starcsevics, the head of the Stari family brewery, highlighted that the Gizella beer has got high extract, 5.4 per cent alcohol strength, made in accordance with the German purity law, additive-free ale, which is the first product of the Stari brewery made in buckled glass. It contains no other than malt, hop and ale yeast. On the rear label of the bitter-sweet taste beer’s glass can be read about Veszprém and Queen Gizella. Stari discusses with Veszprém restaurants in order to people could buy the products in more places. The beer could be bought 450 or 500 HUF plus glass price. The Építők, which is the beer of the Veszprém Handball Team, made by the Stari.

The Mackó Cukrászda made sörkifli, cake and dessert to the Gizella days. The sörkifli is a salty snack, stuffed with smoke-dried cheese, the dessert can be reminiscent of a crown, and it is a fruity, peanut butter, caramel, white chocolate delights. The cake is the same, just in a larger version – said Judit Vászolyi shopkeeper. According to plans these products will be on the future city events.

 

Source: vehir.hu

E-kiadványok Veszprémről


E-brochures about Veszprém

Download the Tourinform Veszprém's free brochures! More Shorter

VESZPRÉM - DINE & STAY

Do you want to spend your leisure time in Veszprém, but you do not know where to stay? Would you like to taste delicious ice cream or drink high-quality wine? The Dine & Stay helps you to find all of these, you can read about Veszprém's accommodation and catering facilities. 

If you are planning to visit Veszprém, our brochure will help you, which you can download from here.

VESZPRÉM - TRAVEL PLANNER

Have you been to our city before? If not, this is a great opportunity to discover its treasures! We have created this brochure to be your informative and helpful Travel Companion during your visit to Veszprém.

If you have visited Veszprém in the past, you will surely remember the Castle and the Zoo fondly. Nevertheless, our city has even more to offer! Here you will find a varied environment; you can take a walk in the romantic Séd Valley (Séd-völgy) or admire the sights of the Bakony Mountains and Lake Balaton. At the same time, the city is regarded as the home of culture and festivals and is the right choice if you wish to spend your free-time actively.

You can download the brochure from here, also in french, russian and polish language.

VESZPRÉM CITY MAP

Download a tourist map about the city of Queens also in spanish, italien and czech language.

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Óváros Square 2.
E-mail: info@veszpreminfo.hu
Phone number: +36 88 404 548
Website: http://www.veszpreminfo.hu
Megnyílt a Veszprémi Állatkert Dinó Parkja


The Zoo Veszprém’s Dinosaur Park opened

Hungary’s biggest dinosaur exhibition was opened ceremoniously in Zoo Veszprém. More Shorter

Mária Brányi vice mayor said in her welcome speech, that these dinosaurs lived in the same time just like the Placochelys placodonta, which was found in Veszprém in 1899 and this is the most famous fossil of Hungary. The exhibited sculptures in the Dinosaur Park demonstrate the nature of the Mesozoic, we can learn useful informations from the external tables from the dinosaurs. The aim of the project beyond the publicity is the performance of the experience, where the children can see the job of the paleontologists.

On the opening ceremony we host four Veszprém’s schools’ students, who came from the Szilágyi Erzsébet Keresztény Általános és Alapfokú Művészeti Iskola, Cholnoky Jenő Általános Iskola, Simonyi Zsigmond Ének-Zenei és Testnevelési Általános Iskola and Kozmutza Flóra Speciális Iskola to Zoo Veszprém. After the ribbon-cutting the guests were toured the 2 hectares area with the leading of Károly Csizmadia zooteacher, they could see firstly the life-sized sculptures. On the end of the walk the children could “unveils” from one of the most popular dinosaur, the T. Rex, after that they could go to the children’s tents.

In one of the tents the children can colour and paint dinosaurs, in the other tent they can carve dinosaur’s skeleton from plaster cast, and in the other tent we made a miniature digging, where the lucky ones can find treasures. The adventuresome children can ride on the dinosaurs’ backs, and the visitors can go into the mouth of the T. Rex in order to take a picture.

The entrance of the Dinosaur Park can find the Zoo’s Gulya Hill part, it can be approach after the Petting Zoo near the Chimpanzee World.

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Kittenberger str. 15.
E-mail: info@veszpremzoo.hu
Phone number: +36 88 566 140
Website: http://www.veszpzoo.hu/