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Veszprém Európa Kulturális Fővárosa 2023 pályázat


Veszprém, the Capital City of Culture 2023 application

Veszprém municipality and along with its Bakony and Balaton region is applying for the Capital City of Culture 2023 title. The results of the preparations of the past months will be presented on a press conference on the 4th of October. More Shorter

​Three graphic studios got an invitation for creating the design of the European Cultural Capital City 2023 tender. Their task is to plan the logo, expressing the concept fitting into the spirituality of the keywords “stairs and corners”, “water and wind”, “game and inspiration”.

All the three graphic studios sent several plans and logo drafts to the tender, which evaluation was anonym, where many partners helped to evaluate the drafts (area characters, organisations, representatives, local institutions, members of Council of Arts, specialists etc.) Altogether six logo sketches from three applicants were sent to further evaluation.

The Stalker Studio Ltd. got received the most votes on the audience vote.

The six chosen drafts extended with visual background and concept, and the competition work were evaluated by a jury and an expert group. Based on these, the final logo was designed by the Munkácsy prize winner Gerhes Gábor and his group, the Art-And Bt.

The logo of the competition depicts the cooperation between Veszprém and region Bakony-Balaton, furthermore the positive content of the cooperation. The wave symbol of the emblem depicts the cultural and geographical diversity, their interaction, and blurring. The wave refers to the water of the Lake Balaton and to the hills of Bakony, furthermore the geographical and cultural merge of these two. The logo concept was the plan of the animation planner, Jokesz Anna.

Emphasized concepts:

merging – interaction – harmony – playfulness – landscape outgrowing from water

The Veszprém inscription in the logo refers to the whole (Veszprém) being born from the single parts (letters), following the keyword of playfulness. The official webpage of the project was also designed by the Art-And Bt., and its development was carried out by the Bemind Ltd.

The official webpage of the project:

www.2023veszprem.hu

 

The official Facebook page of the project:

https://www.facebook.com/2023Veszprem/

 

Interview with the ambassadors:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yywBXMmfKEs

Furthermore, you may watch a short movie about Veszprém and its regions, presenting the project, and an interview with the ambassadors.

The ambassadors of the Veszprém, the Capital City of Culture 2023:

Freund Tamás, Széchenyi prize winner neurobiologist, university teacher, the member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, vice president of life sciences section from 2014. He studied the cerebral cortex.

Gulyás Péter, Hungarian handball player

Laposa Zsófia, vintner

Laposa Bence, vintner, president of the Balaton Circle

Likó Marcell, Fonogram and Gizella prize winner, leader of Vad Fruttik music group and radio presenter

Mikósa Erika, Kossuth, Liszt Ferenc, Prima Primissima prize winner coloratura soprano singer

M. Tóth Géza, Oscar prize nominated, Balázs Béla prize winner movie director, producer, the founder and leader of KEDD Creative Studio, rector of University of Theatre and Film Arts, the member of the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences

Ókovács Szilveszter, opera singer, music critics, publicist, radio and television presenter, chief executive officer of Duna TV between 2010-2011, government commissioner and then director general of the Hungarian Opera House from 2011.

Szakály György, Kossuth and Liszt Ferenc prize winner dance artist, university teacher and the rector of Hungarian Dance Academy

Zoób Kati, fashion designer, founder of Katti Zoób fashion brand. Her work was rewarded with a number of domestic and international prizes.

The city cooperating with its citizens and supporters would like to make the project real. According to the intension of Veszprém, the project focuses on the city’s outstanding cultural mobilising strength and its exceptional conditioned program sites and the travel attractiveness.

They pay emphasized attention to the social role taking in the international and European background of the project.

 

Address: Veszprém
"The wind is blowing or it chimes in Veszprém"


"The wind is blowing or it chimes in Veszprém"

You may have heard the proverb that in Veszprém the wind is blowing and it chimes all the time. We tried to figure out what this statement means. More Shorter

Veszprém has been a church, episcopal and then archiepiscopal centre since the foundation of the state. We may find a lot of Catholic churches in the city, which chime for a mass and midday for example in the castle, in the St. Michael Basilica Cathedral. Besides the chimes, we can hear the Fire Tower, which plays the Verbunk of Csermák Antal every hour, but it chimes every quarter. From 2015 it plays new songs occasionally.

When we cannot hear any chimes, we can hear the wind blowing. “Veszprém is under rule the northwest wind of Bakony, which characterises its climate and formed its environment and landform. – wrote Cholnoky Jenő, teacher, writer and geographer about Veszprém in his study in 1938. “The citizen of Veszprém knows exactly what the Bakony wind is. (…) When it appears in Veszprém, the population is seized by fear. It is so loud, it shakes the windows, and the streets rumble so fearfully, especially in the Temetőhegy, Jeruzsálemhegy and Cserhát. It is impossible to walk against it. One may go to the end of the castle, where it shakes the building. The clouds swirl rushing in the sky, the air is clear…”

In Veszprém thanks to the Bakony wind the air is replaced many times, so there is usually no smog.

According to the information above, we can say: the wind is blowing or it chimes in the city of queens.

We cited the words of Kovács Győző Gyula in our article. (Veszprémi Szemle, 2013)

E-mail: info@veszpreminfo.hu
Phone number: +36 88 404 548
Website: http://www.veszpreminfo.hu
Veszprém, a kézilabda hazai fellegvára


Veszprém, the Hungarian centre of handball

The ball flies, the net tears… thousands of fans fill the Veszprém Arena, which was handed over in 2008. More Shorter

The second largest rural sport and program hall of the country means the domestic place to the world-famous handball team, to Telekom Veszprém. The man handball team has a bright past and present, which is the city’s pride, since the team has won the Hungarian championship twenty-one times, has won the Hungarian cup twenty-two times, has won the EHF cup Europe twice and has won the EHF champions’ league once. Its home is the Veszprém Arena.

Besides the sport programs the modern establishment grants dance competitions, exhibitions, fashion shows, ice-shows, motorist and horse riding programs, as well. Several stars has presented their shows – like the Lord of the Dance, Boney M, DJ Tiesto – on the stage of Veszprém Arena. The program hall serves as the rain site of VeszprémFest year by year.

Several sports experts, organisers of Hungarian and international congresses recognized the perfect conditions of Veszprém Arena, so many programs like these are organized in the establishment. The exclusive interior decoration carries solutions, like unobstructed spaces, conference rooms, VIP blocks, foyer, it can be the host of international conferences, as well.

We can reach the location from the city centre on foot and by bicycle easily, but the dear guest may arrive from the other part of the world, since it has an own helicopter landing strip and a parking place for at least a thousand cars.

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Külső-Kádártai u.
E-mail: veszpremarena@veszpremarena.hu
Phone number: +36 88 688 504
Website: http://mkb-mvmveszprem.hu
New music from the Fire Lookout Tower


NEW MUSIC FROM THE FIRE LOOKOUT TOWER

The well-known Csermák verbunk will be presented by the Szilágyi Harangegyüttes from now on. More Shorter

The carillon of the tower does not change first anyway: the first song was played for the first time when the Highlands were reattached, which included seven works, twice a day at 12:20 and 19:20. The 40-minute blocks were selected by Brodszky Ferenc, the headmaster of the music school. The fire tower was in silence during the World War II, and it started over in the ‘80s. The well-known Csermák-verbunk was played in every hour.

Some years ago several people wished to extend the repertoire, and play festive songs during the occasions. The first carillon was audible at the Advent of 2015, and repertoire was extended with some 70 pieces from Händel or Kodály, and even King Stephen from Szörényi-Bródy. The fine-tuning did not stop, the town management have been thinking continuously how they could make the play more unique. These songs could also make Veszprém more individual in terms of tourism – said Brányi Mária, the deputy mayor at the city hall.

As a result of this, the carillon was renewed, which will be live music from now on – said Rostetter Szilveszter, the organ artist, who is making the transcripts.

“There is no change in terms of time and music, the Csermák-verbunk will be played in every hour, but instead of the synthetized bell sound citizens may hear the live version with real musical instruments by Szilágyi Harangegyüttes” – he said. Of course not just the verbunk was reorganized, but all the other festive songs, as well. For example in next March, on the anniversary of the Polish-Hungarian friendship the Polish anthem will be audible.

Albertné Balogh Márta, the leader of the bell band of Szilágyi Religious School said that the nearly 70 recordings were recorded with the help of 12 students, during the summer holiday in the Ferences church. In the supplementary works sound engineer Almásy András and Trieb László helped. The band celebrated its 10th anniversary this September, so they would like to hand over a gift with the renewed carillon to the city of Veszprém.

The music of the Fire Tower became very Veszprém-like, since the Csermák-verbunk and the unique bell band are coming from Veszprém. A new demanding and parochialist performance with personal bonds, which is rich in stories was born – highlighted Perlaki Claudia, the leader of the local government’s cultural group.

The renewed Csermák-verbunk can be audible from the 30th of November

Resource: vehir.hu

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Vár u. 9.
VESZPRÉM – WITHIN STRIKING DISTANCE FROM LAKE BALATON


VESZPRÉM – WITHIN STRIKING DISTANCE FROM LAKE BALATON

We have collected the most important pieces of information, if it is the time of a big coastal walk in winter. Here you can see a collection of the best places – you can start organizing the forthcoming spring trips and you may find the destination of your summer holiday. More Shorter

Lake Balaton has got two important characteristic features that everyone knows: the Hungarian sea, and the biggest lake of Central Europe. Of course it has got many other features, such as wines, lookouts, museums, fortresses and castles… all of these can be found around Balaton, and those who would like to ride their bikes around Balaton, they can find their own useful pieces of information, as well.

Hungary’s climate is continental, although many Mediterranean effects can be recognized around Balaton. These make not just the citizens but also the wine growers glad, since the Mediterranean climate offers perfect circumstances for grape farming on the sunny hills of northern parts.

The lake itself is 77 km long, it is the narrowest between Tihany and Szántód (only 1,5 km distance), and we should swim the most between Balatonalmádi and Balatonvilágos if we wanted to swim from the northern part to the southern one, since the distance of the two towns is 12,7 km long.

The development of the cycle track contributed to the upswing of the tourism. The works started in 1993 and the roads were ready to be used in 2002. However several parts of the cycle track require a continuous development, there is a coherent road around the lake – somewhere with a totally built cycle track, somewhere with the roads of coastal towns –, which is 210 km long.

Balaton offers a wide range of facilities both in summer and winter. The local organizations focus on winter as well, so it is worthy to visit the neighbourhood on rainy and cold days, for example because of the baths.

Baths:

  • Siófok: Galerius bath
  • Marcali: Urban leisure centre
  • Lake Hévíz
  • Zalakaros
  • Alsópáhok
  • Kehidakustány
  • Zalaszentgrót
  • Fonyód – Csiszta bath
  • Igal

Amusement parks:

Families with small children, or those who are looking for adventure may choose from several amusement parks.

  • Zamárdi
  • Tihany
  • Balatonfűzfő
  • Gyenesdiás
  • Csopak
  • Balatonboglár
  • Zalaszabar
  • Nemesvite – Westernpark
  • Rezi Dino Park
  • Balatonfüred – Extreme Adventure park (Extrém kalandpark)

Natural treasures:

Balaton and its neighbourhood has got several natural treasures, for example the thermal water of Hévíz, Kőtenger or the Saint György mountain offer interesting sights for the people. The cave of Tapolca is a rarity for the visitors, where they can go around the cave system under the land with a boat.

  • Lake Hévíz
  • Kis-Balaton (Small Lake Balaton)
  • Kőtenger (Szentbékálla)
  • Saint György mountain
  • Hegyestű (Monoszló)
  • Cave of Tapolca
  • Csodabogyós cave, Balatonederics
  • Lóczy cave, Balatonfüred
  • Tihanyi Barátlakás (House of friends)

 

Fortresses, castles:

  • Szigliget
  • Nagyvázsony
  • Keszthely
  • Balácapuszta

 

Lookouts:

  • Balatonvilágos: Panoráma kilátó (Panorama lookout)
  • Balatonkenese: Soós-hegyi kilátó (Soós mountain lookout)
  • Balatonalmádi: Óvári lookout
  • Alsóörs: Csere-hegyi lookout
  • Csopak: Endrődi Sándor lookout
  • Balatonfüred: Jókai és Noszlopy lookout
  • Tihanyi-félsziget (Tihany peninsula)
  • Köveskál-Szenbékálla: Fekete-hegyi Eötvös Károly lookout
  • Mencshely: Kossuth lookout
  • Badacsony: Kisfaludy lookout
  • Badacsonyi körút: Rózsakő, Hertelendy lookout point, Kisfaludy lookout, Kő-kapu, Tördemici lookout, Stairs of Bujdosók, Ranolder cross
  • Fonyód: Sipos-hegyi, Valkó, Várhegyi Szépkilátó
  • Balatonboglár: Gömbkilátó (Sphere lookout)
  • Siófok: Víztorony (Water tower)
  • Zamárdi: Kőhegy

 

Visitor centres:

Besides the previously mentioned programs, visitor centres and museums are waiting for the tourists, where they can look into the secrets of the lavender plantations of Tihany, or they can visit the flora and the fauna of Balatonfüred.

  • Tihany Levendula Ház Látogatóközpont (Lavender House Visitor Centre Tihany)
  • Balatonfüred Balaton élővilágát bemutató ökoturisztikai látogatóközpont (Balatonfüred: ecotouristic visitor centre introducing the flora and fauna of Balaton)
  • Gyenesdiás-Keszhely Természet háza (House of Nature)
  • Tapolcai tavasbarlang (Cave of Tapolca)
  • Badacsonytördemic ökoturisztikai látogató központ (Ecotouristic visitor centre)
  • Zánka Gyógynövény-völgy (Zánka herbal valley)

 

Museums:

  • Tihany: Kogart 
  • Keszthely: Balaton Museum
  • Balatonszárszó: József Attila House
  • Balatonfüred: Jókai Mór House
  • Badacsony: Egry József Museum
  • Badacsony: Szegedy Róza House
  • Balatonszemes: Latinovits Zoltán Museum
  • Nikla: residency of Berzsenyi Dániel

 

Animal parks:

Those who like spending time with animals can choose from several local animal and wild parks.

  • Keszthely – Gyenesdiás: Festetics Imre Animal Park
  • Kápolnapuszta: Buffalo reservation
  • Salföld: Major
  • Balatonederics: Africa Museum

 

Special vehicles around Balaton:

Last but not least Balaton is really exciting not just on two or four wheels but there are many opportunities for those who would like to try other vehicles.

  • SUP (Stand-up paddle): Tihany, Siófok, Balatonföldvár
  • Dragon boat: Balatonfüred
  • Hot-air balloon: Keszthely-Hévíz
  • Plane ride: Siófok, Balatoneerics
  • Railway: Balatonfenyves-Somogyszentpál
  • Segway: Hézív, Zalakaros, Balatonfüred
Address: Balaton
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.