Very exciting place, impressive building worth of visit. Necessarily visit the dome with nice viewpoint which you can observe from the wide region including Slovakia.
This is a fantastic religious building in a spectacular setting and I can't believe it's not better known. It's worth a visit and buying an all inclusive ticket that includes the crypt, museum and the lung busting climb to the top of the dome, which has a Danube vista to rival the castle in Budapest.
Clearly something of an iconic building within Hungary, this vast cathedral is well presented for the visitor and is well worth a couple of hours. The interior is impressive and well cared for. There was an excellent trail available for free for children to help them explore the cathedral. Pick up a copy at the entrance and hunt down the... 更多
Wonderful place with excellent exposures. What a pity that employees access ruined my good impression. Almost no one spoke English or German. It was impossible to communicate here. Tickets can not pay by credit card. Personal behaved very unfriendly, especially to children. Most of them were grumpy pensioners. I am sorry that such a special place, it has had such... 更多
Huge Basilica. I personally prefer the one in Budpest. But if you are in the area, then it is certainly worth dropping in. It will take you about 30 mins to look around. There is a very nice café there serving good quality lunches.
This is the largest church in Hungary. It is beautiful from the outside and within. There are lovely statues, carvings and paintings. Most of the church dates from the 1860s but there is still some from the 1400s. You can go to the tower if you can do 800 steps. On a day that was 98 degrees F we didn't... 更多
the cathedral is truly stunning, both from the outside and inside. the things to see are the cathedral itself, the crypt, the treasury with all the invaluable belongings and the dome viewing area with its breathtaking views. there is a fee for accessing all areas (1400Huf per adult, 3000Huf per family), well worth it in my view.
Esztergom is the seat of the Roman-Catholik Archbishop. Located about 50 kilometers north of Budapest on the upermost bent of the Danube river, a most popular distnation for tourists. Its basilica -one of Europe`s largest churches- represents Hungary`s most known Renaissance-era buildings and its museum houses the countriy`s largest ecclestial collection, one of the richest diocese museums world-wide. Esztergom was... 更多