Savaria Hotel

Martirok Tere 4, Szombathely, Hungary
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Bank Machines in Szombathely

by Algarc

Are there any/many bank machines that have Interac available for funds withdrawals and if so, where? Are debit and credit cards widely used or is it still mostly cash?

Re: Bank Machines in Szombathely

by MedioLatino

I don't really know what Interac means, but we do have lots of ATM's around, even in Szombathely.

Bank cards are widely accepted in most of the shops, but there might be some where you can only pay cash.

Re: Re: Bank Machines in Szombathely

by mightyswordofdobber

The are a number of banks in the main square (Fo ter) or a street called Koszegi utca which is one of the streets leading off of the main square. Normal 4 pin ATM's.

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Travel Tips for Szombathely


by edinka

Szombathely, the former Savaria, was founded in 43 A.D. by Claudius, the divine Roman emperor. Two archaeological excavations help us visualize the luxurious lifestyle of those times. Relics that can be seen in the Garden of Ruins include: the details of the largest mosaic of the Lieutenant-Governor's palace, the foundation walls of a 9th-century fortress built of Roman stones, an almost 50-metre section of the 2000 year-old Amber Road, and the shrine to Mercury. The pieces of the public bath and the customs house are kept in the Savaria Museum.

The 2nd-century Isis shrine of the Iseum garden of ruins serve as background for the Iseum Summer Open-air Festival. The largest Baroque church in Hungary is the twin-towered Bishop's cathedral. The enormous interior is decorated with frescos, paintings and sculptures. The ceremonial hall of the Zopf-style bishop's palace is one of the best Baroque halls in the country. The Diocesan Museum is worth visiting for its lavish collection of ecclesiastic art. Its Library and Archive exhibits the paintings of Dorfmeister.

The Smidt Museum has an incredibly profuse collection of applied art, while the exhibitions of the Szombathely Gallery give you a taste of contemporary Hungarian art. Thirty seven buildings from 27 villages have been included in the Village Museum of Vas County. The nearby lakes are equally good for boating and fishing. The largest arboretum in Hungary, the Kámon Arboretum, has an enormous quantity of rhododendron bushes that blossom in May.


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