Hunguest Hotel Kikelet

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Karolyi Mihaly U 1, Pecs, 7635, Hungary
Hunguest Hotel Kikelet
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Rated 14% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

bus or train

by passievolleman

Could someone please tell me what is the best and easiest way to travel from the netherlands to pecs==
Thank you
Peter The Hague

Re: bus or train

by leics

The train journey is extremely long, almost 24 hours. Check

for train times & details.

You could get a bus from Den Haag to Budapest (takes almost 24 hours):

and then a train onwards.

Best way might be to fly to Budapest then take train or bus to Pecs. Train info on site above, or on the Hungarian railway site in English (includes fares) here: will give you airlines and (usually) fares for your route and dates.

Re: bus or train

by CroaRiva

Another option for the Amsterdam-Utrecht-Eindhoven - Budapest section is OrangeWays:

Travel Tips for Pecs

Surrealist Architecture

by antistar

There's a number of buildings around the city, including one of the more popular hotels, that have been built in a style of architecture that looks like it could come straight form a Marc Chagall painting.

Mosque of Pasha Gazi Kassim

by croisbeauty

In the middle Ages, a large triple aisled church called St. Bertalan stood here, but was pulled down by the Turks in the second half of the 16th century, and with the use of its stones they built the largest mosque in Hungary, the djami of Pasha Gazi Kassim. After the expulsion of the Turks, the mosgue is turned into the church of the Jesuits, who carried out numerous transformations.

Jakovali Hassan Mosque

by croisbeauty

The tiny Djami (Mosque) of Jakovali Hassan in Rakoczi street, was built in the mid-1500s. The minaret of Mosque stands still intact. Nowadays the Mosque houses a museum of Turkish artwork and artifacts worth of visiting.
The admission to the museum, which is open from 9-17:45, cost only 240 forints, which is less then one euro.

Zsongorkõ - Beutiful panorama

by pecsihornet

Zsongor-kõ is a beetling cliff of red sandstone on the southern side of mountain Jakab-hegy. We get a beautiful view of Délbaranyai-plain from the cliff. Its stairs were curved in 1892, and bars were paced at the same time. This natural look-out tower lies 540 m high. It is the most beautiful site of Mecsek, we can observe the plain below us from above. On the edge of the horizon ridges of mountain Villány are rising.

Pécsvarad is a little town not...

by margaretvn

Pécsvarad is a little town not far from the city of Pécs, on a hill in the centre is the ruin of an abbey which celebrates the start of the Hungarian State, in it is a small museum with a few objects and lots of photos showing the types of architecture used in religious buildings in Hungary.


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