Named after the famous poet Daniel Berzsenyi, the park was developed between 1927 and 1929. The poet was perhaps one of the most contradictory personalities in the history of Hungary. He was a farmer by profession but wished to live in close proximity to Hungarian Literature. This contradiction often added to his bitterness which was reflected in his work.
The park bears a monument for the famous poet as well as for the Hungarian mayor Ishtvan Nemeth. The memorial called ‘Angel of Freedom’ present in the park represents the 50th anniversary of the Hungarian revolution.
Located between the St. Imre street and Kossuth Lajos street in Nikla (45 kms North of Kaposvar), the park is visited for its pristine greenery and for observing some of the most rare species of plants in the world.
Considered more of a day trip for visitors staying in Kaposvar, tourists often find the place best for relaxing around picnics with friends and families. A must-visit for lazy afternoons and evenings, the park is a treat for every busy traveller.
Berzsenyi Museum Park Travel Tips
- Do carry all the essential picnic necessities to enjoy the gardens.
How to Reach Berzsenyi Museum Park
- Bus: Kapos Volan Zrt. is located 10 km away from the Park.
- Loki Csarda
- Panorama Etterem / Restaurant
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82.47% of people who visit Kaposvar include Berzsenyi Museum Park in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
92.96% of people start their Berzsenyi Museum Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Berzsenyi Museum Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Berzsenyi Museum Park