Places

Tourinform Veszprém Iroda

Tourinform Veszprém Office





You are welcome to our office at Óváros Square 2. where our colleagues are looking forward to help you! More

Séta a várban

Walk in the Castle



This is a majestic city. Ancient cobblestones echo the footsteps of royal figures and legends surround us wherever we go. According to our ancestors, Veszprém was built on seven hills, archaeological finds also prove that this area was inhabited thousands of years ago. More

Veszprém ZOO

VESZPRÉM ZOO



The zoo named after the reputed Africa explorer, Kálmán Kittenberger was established in 1958 in a picturesque environment. More

Veszprémi hasznos információk

Veszprém useful information



Here you can find lists which can be useful for travel-planners and the citizens living in Veszprém and its surroundings as well. If you have more questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office, call us on the phone or write us an e-mail. More

County Hall

County Hall



After walking through Kossuth utca, turn right and then immediately left and you can catch sight of the Neo-renaissance building of the Veszprém County Hall. More

Boldog Gizella Főegyházmegyei Gyűjtemény

Beatified Gizella Diocese Collection



The Tejfalussy House, which gives home to the collection of the Beatified Gizella Diocese Collection, was built in the early 1770s. More

Városháza

City Hall





The imposing building at the foot of the Castle in Óváros tér is the administrative centre of the town: the City Hall. More

Laczkó Dezső Múzeum

Dezső Laczkó Museum



The two-storey Dezső Laczkó Museum, decorated with red sandstone, is in the shadow of huge trees at the edge of Erzsébet Park. The former Bakonyi Museum awaits its visitors with permanent and temporary exhibitions all round the year. More

Salesianum - Archbishopric's Touristic Centre

Salesianum - Archbishopric's Touristic Centre





The Salesianum Archiepiscopal Tourist Centre awaits you in the Veszprém Castle. More

Bakonyi Ház

Bakony Ethnographical House



One of the first open-air ethnographical museums of Hungary, the Bakony Ethnographical House can be found next to Dezső Laczkó Museum. This house was built as a replica of a 19th century house in 1935. More