No wonder this fountain is one of Hungary's most beloved places of interest.
These baths, boasting intricately-designed outdoor pools, were the first baths in the entire city to allow their visitors to bathe outside.
These ruins - consisting of a single wall and a broken-down part of a tower - are all that remains of a once astounding 13th-century…
This intricate, white tower was built in 1913, based on a design by architect Zielinszky.
Mihály Táncsics was a Hungarian writer, teacher, journalist and politician.