Saint Michael's Cathedral

Saint Michael's Cathedral

The Saint Michael's Cathedral is closed from 11 November. More Shorter

The determining building of the Trinity square is the St Michael’s Cathedral.

The original St Michael’s Church, which probably dates back to the time of Prince Géza, was already mentioned in the Pannonhalma Charter (1001). The cathedral was destroyed by fire several times and the early 18th century saw the restoration of the original Romanesque red-white stone church in Gothic style. The undercroft was also constructed at that time. During a later rebuilding, the basilica lost its Baroque features: its towers were raised by several metres and reshaped in Romanesque style. The cathedral’s beauty is enhanced by the numerous glass windows depicting saints. The nave is barrel vaulted and it has a coffered wooden ceiling. The entrance to the undercroft is by the sanctuary and there you can see the armoried tomb of general and Bishop Péter Beriszló, leading to the larger chamber of Márton Padányi Bíró’s monument. St Michael’s Cathedral has guarded the relic of Queen Blessed Gisella, who played an important role in the construction of the church, since 1996.

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Address: 8200 Veszprém Vár street 20.
Phone number: +36 88 328 038
Open: 1st May 1- 5th November
Payment facilities:
  • Only cash

The Saint Michael's Cathedral is closed from 11 November.


Monday - Saturday : 10.00 - 17.00

Sunday : 13.00 - 17.00 

Depending on the ceremonies this opening may change.

Between 6th November and 30th April 2019 the Cathedral can be visited in the opening hours of Salesianum - Archbishopric's Touristic Centre.

Depending on the ceremonies this opening may change.







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student/ retired

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children (still 7 years old)


300 HUF

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adult group

400 HUF/ person

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student/retired group

200 HUF/person

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children group


200 HUF

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