Provided by: EKE Simkó Gergely / Eger Turizmus
Inner City

Inner City

The really great thing about a small city is the way you can get a sense of the place, and navigate it really quickly, allowing you to feel at home. In addition to this, Eger is an entertaining, diverting, educating, relaxing and delicious place. Due to diverse things of interest to do and see, it really is a very big little town. The restaurants and cafes have their own styles and atmosphere and offer something for everyone– a quick tasty snack or a fine dining experience, something delicious for a couple of euros, as well as locally sourced, handmade, organic ingredients. As you can imagine there’s always a great selection of wine as well.
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Valley of beautiful Women (wine cellars)

Valley of beautiful Women (wine cellars)

This is a great place bursting with eating and drinking opportunities which can be reached by foot from the centre of town in around 15 minutes, but if this might prove exhausting (after visiting wine cellars and chatting the owners, wine-tasting, sampling exclusive limited edition bottles, wine degustation dinners), there’s always the little electric train or bicycling to get you there and back, and playground to entertain the littlest ones.
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Noszvaj

Noszvaj

Noszvaj is a small fairy tale village about 20 minutes away by bus or car from Eger, which has much to offer the outdoor types: rambling, easier and more difficult hiking trails, a boating lake and a children 's playground .For indoor types and those hungry after the outdoor activity, there’s an opportunity to eat something delicious at Rozmaring étterem (Rosemary Restaurant): A Hungarian couple who learned to cook in South Tyrol moved here bringing with them Italian cuisine and found interesting ways of combining it with the flavours of the Lower Bükk (Bükkalja) region.
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Egerszalók

Egerszalók

5 km from Eger, it’s easy to reach Egerszalok by bus, car or bicycle. This village was established by the time Hungary was founded around 995 C.E. Its most famous attribute is the spring water which gushes up from 410m depth at a temperature between 65-68C, and as it cascades out from the hillside, it has created a 1,200m2 limestone deposit. The spectacle, unique in Europe, and only seen in two other places in the world: in Asian Turkey at Pamukkale and in the USA, in Yellowstone Park. On to this spring a spa bath has been built containing 21 indoor and outdoor pools, medicinal mineral sitting baths, bubbling hot tubs, children’s pools and slides.
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