You don’t have to go far for historical sights, but it’s worth taking advantage of the proximity to the cultural delicacies we’ve lined up here.

Mosonmagyaróvár and surroundings

  • Mosonmagyaróvár Castle – The symbol of the city, as well as the oldest monument, was built by King Stephen after the conquest in the area now called Király (King) Hill.
  • Esterházy Castle in Fertőd (47 km) – The building complex and the contemporary history exhibition in it are the main sights of the city of Fertőd.
  • Pannonhalma Archabbey – The Benedictine archabbey is still inhabited by a community of about forty monks.


  • Vienna (86 km, 1 hour), with an inexhaustible range of attractions – Wander the picturesque streets of Vienna, take part in a guided tour of Schönbrunn Palace, visit the Sisi Museum!
  • Rust (45 km, 30 minutes) – The city of storks and wine.
  • St. Margaret’s Mine, a Roman quarry – the oldest and largest quarry in Europe. It is home to Europe’s largest outdoor stage, open to the public from May 2021.
  • Esterházy Castle (Eisenstadt) – The most beautiful baroque castle in Burgenland can be visited from April 2021.


  • Grassalkovich Castle (Bratislava) – Also known as the Presidential Palace. It also has an impressive French garden.
  • Bratislava Castle – A castle complex with a great historical past in the historical part of Bratislava. Today it houses the exhibitions of the Slovakian National Museum.
  • St. Michael’s Tower one of the essential symbols of Bratislava.