Top Historical Places in Sopron

Are you looking to explore the history of Sopron through the ages? There are a number of historical destinations in Sopron including the time-honored buildings, monuments, palaces, and parks where you can learn about the glorious past of Sopron. The presence of these historical sites and museums will take you on a walk through Sopron ‘s rich history.
If you are willing to have an in-depth historical information about Sopron, we recommend that you take a wonderful guided tour to cover the major historical attractions. Also, check the opening and closing time for each so that you can organize your time. Make sure that you go through the complete list of historical places in Sopron for a great trip!

Let's witness the history of Sopron with these top historical places - monuments and landmarks:

  1. Church Of St Michael

    Church, Historical Site, Heritage Building

    This is the oldest church in the town and is dedicated to St Michael. Originally a Romanesque church dating back to 13th century, it was reconstructed in Gothic style in 15th century. The current structure is the product of 19th century Neo-Gothic renovation. The facades, porch, lancet windows and the buttresses holding the nave date to back to the medieval times. Stunning stone ribs, 13th cent...Read more
  2. The Storno House

    Historical Site, Archaeological Site , Exhibition

    One of the most attractive buildings in the Main square of Sopron, this historic house has fascinating stories of the residents that lived here and also presents a remarkable architecture. Richly decorated bay windows, arched doorways with Tuscan half pillars and door knockers with pelican motives remind of the distinct architectural style. The building also houses Sopron’s first Pharmacy...Read more
  3. The Forum Of Scarbantia

    Outdoors, Historical Site, Architecture

    This magnificent and ancient fortress is named after the Roman name of Sopron- Scarbantia. Being one of the important border stations of the Province of Pannonia in the Roman reign, the structure of the fortress was largely influenced by the Roam architecture. The ruins still remind of the era long gone by with different altars to different gods, temples of three main gods Jupiter, Juno and Min...Read more
  4. Bezeredj Palace

    Palace, Entertainment

    With its foundations dating back to the middle-ages, the present structure of this Hungarian Rocco building dates back to 1710 and is very impressive. It originally belonged to the Festetich family and was passed on to the family of Paul Bezeredj- the pioneer in Silkworm breeding in the country. The notable event in the palace was the concert of Franz Liszt- a world-famous Hungarian composer an...Read more
  5. Statue Of Saint Trinity

    Outdoors, Statue, Architecture

    Located right in the main Square of Sopron, it is one of the most notable statues of Hungary and is also anarchitectural masterpiece of Hungarian Baroque Sculpture. Dedicated to the holy Saint Trinity, it was offered by a local couple that survived the plague epidemic in late 17th century. 
  6. Fabricius House

    Architecture , Archaeological Site , Exhibition

    The site dates back to the 14th century but the present structure of the Fabricius house was constructed in 17th century. The house belonged to many different families and is named after one of its proud owners EndreFabricius who was also the mayor and magistrate of Sopron in early 19th century. The family later donated the house to the Lutheran church and there are temporary exhibitions held i...Read more