On a visit to Gyor you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Gyor. These places are what Gyor is all about. These must see places in Gyor will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Pannonhalma, Var 1, 9090 Hungary
09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Ideal for a day trip, this UNESCO world heritage site is located 20 kilometres away from Gyor and dates back to thousand years. Originally a fortress, this structure is the witness to the glorious history of Hungary and has a prominent place where important events took place. National movements, peace treaties, Turkish invasion, great fires and num...
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9022 Gyor, Szechenyi ter 8
06:00 am - 11:00 am
The first church of the Jesuits of Gyor, this structure dates back to the 17the century and was a replica of the Gesu church in Rome. The complex also consisted of a monastery and a school. The two majestic towers date back to the 18th century. After the dissolution of the Jesuits, the ownership of the structure was given to the Benedictines. It st...
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9022 Győr, Széchenyi tér 5
10:00 am - 06:00 pm
Located in the beautiful Apatur house (also known as Abott house) which displays Baroque architecture, the Janos Xantus museum is the largest public collection of Hungary and has exhibits of the city’s history related to medicine, arts, crafts and philately.
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08:00 am - 06:00 pm
A stunning structure built in Neo-classical style, Gyor basilica dates back to the 11th century. Excellent facades, striking chapels, huge towers and the Memorial Tomb of Bishop add to the allure of this religiously, historically and culturally significant site.
The Basilica is also home to the museum which displays the liturgical treasure of Hungary.