Lillafüred és környéke

Szinva Valley walkway

The 4 km long trail, lined by information posts follows the natural and cultural historical values of the Szinva Valley, the Small Plateau (Kis-fennsík) and the Garadna Valley. Rest areas installed along the trail between the 7 stops are an opportunity for relaxation.

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Statue of St. Stephen, Hámor

Statue of St. Stephen, Hámor

The full-length whitestone portrait statue was erected in 1938 for the 900th anniversary of St. Stephen’s death. Sculptor Dezső Borsodi Bindász depicted Hungary’s first king with the symbols of power (crown, sceptre, mantle, pome).

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St. Stephen Dripstone Cave

St. Stephen Dripstone Cave located in Lillafüred is the empire of dripstones of special shapes. The total length of its passages reaches 1,043 metres, out of which visitors can access a section of 170 metres.

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Szeleta (Seleta) Cave

One of the most significant archaeological site of the country’s palaeo-anthropological studies was uncovered by Ottokár Kadic between 1907 and1913 upon the initiative of Ottó Herman.

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Palace Hotel

Palace Hotel

The neo-renaissance palace constructed between 1927 and 1930 in a style resembling a hunting castle of King Matthias is surrounded by a hanging garden and a park. The view from the hotel to the Szinva Brook valley and Lake Hámori is breathtaking.

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Ruines of the Pauline Cloister at Szentlélek

Ruines of the Pauline Cloister at Szentlélek

The Pauline cloister at Szentlélek was built around 1340. Only fragments can be seen today from the Gothic walls, nevertheless the remaining high wall sections offer a grand scene in the heart of the forest.

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Statue of Saint John of Nepomuk

The braid style stone statue of Saint John of Nepomuk was carved in 1806. Today the original of the small-sized, but fine masterpiece is housed in the Hámor Church; a copy can be seen on the square in front of the church.

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Molnár (Miller) Rock

Molnár (Miller) Rock

The most famous of the Hámor limestone rocks is the Molnár (Miller) Rock. Not only because visitors can enjoy a gorgeous view to Lillafüred, but also a sad legend is connected to it. A hiking trail from the Csanyik Valley leads to the rock.

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Miskolc Zoo and Cultural Park

Miskolc Zoo and Cultural Park

The zoo was originally a wildlife park, thus visitors can get acquainted with more than 600 animals of nearly 150 species living here by walking in the forest.

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Hungarian Engineering and Transport Museum – Massa Museum – „Ancient Furnace”, Forge (Vasverő)

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Industrial monuments such as the ancient forge can be found only in three places in Europe. Beside the ancient forge a reconstructed iron forge stands from the 18th century and the Massa Museum, displaying its history.

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