The Aggtelek Karst boasts more than 300 caves of various sizes within its 49420 acre territory. This amazing underground world can be visited for light, one-hour tours, half-day more adventurous tours, or a number of variations in Aggtelek’s six caves open to the public.
The Digital Power Plant is situated next to the National Film Theme Park on the territory of the Industiral Park of Ózd. One of its main elements is the Digital Carpathian Basin Exhibition, which is a gallery that introduces the history and traditions of the Carpathian Basin with the aid of continuously moving sequences.
The chief county town offers lots of experiences. The everyday life of the city is full of music, theatre, art and literature programs. The International Opera Festival of Miskolc and the Jameson CineFest International Film Festival have been held here for many years.
The legendary Lipica stud farm was the first stock founder that arrived in Hungary in the 18th century. The history of the world-wide famous stud farm’s breeding is shown in an exciting exhibition in the former stud stable of the Count that was built in 1860 in the shades of huge chestnut trees 100 metres from the castle.
The region, abounding in both natural and architectural heritages, offers unforgettable experiences to those longing for special recreational activities.
Film-makers also like this special scenery and often use the area as a sweltering tropical shore or as a horrific desert island.
The hanging garden built by the side of the Palace Hotel invites you for a romantic stroll.
The Bükk National Park is expecting nature loving families and companies of friends with gorgeous views all the year round.