The reference in Tokaj is apparently the restaurant on the main square. However some hungarians recommended us the restaurant of the Millenium hotel. True that the food there was as good and the price even cheaper...Even more the restaurant was located in a circular room, not that common to see, crazy architects ;-)more
Bajcsy-Zs. u. 34, Tokaj, 3910, Hungary
Good for: Couples
Tokay wines come from an area located in the North-East of Hungary named ‘Tokaj Foothills. An area which main city is... Tokaj!!!Even though Tokaj Wineries are producing dry white wines, it is especially with sweetened tastes that Tokaji became famous. In hungarian those white sweet wines are called "aszu" : this can be translated by "liquor-like"....more
In addition to tasty pizzas, this restaurant also serves up a romantic and hearty atmosphere with its cellar ambiance. The menu is in Hungarian, German, English and Italian, and boasts pages and pages of different pizzas to choose from -- including a build your own option. You can also chose from pastas, salads, soups and other appetizers.more
College from the 17. century. During the religion wars Sarospatak was center for protestants. This college was established to educate teachers and to be the home of Hungarian scientists when 1/3 of Hungary was occupied by the Turkish Empire and in the land of Habsburg - occupation offical religion was catholic. The well-known pedagogist Comenius...more
There're not many places to dine in Aggtelek. Only a restaurant in Cseppko hotel. They close the kitchen at 9. There is also a local bar in the village and there is a bar and a restaurant in a nearby Josvafo village.
There's a small museum in Rakoczi castle.
There are some Rakoczi exhibitions there,
unfortunately all in Hungarian language only.
But probably the most interesting exhibition there
is the one with posthcard collection. I know it may sound not tha exciting but everyone should find something interesting there.
We took the train from Miskolc-Tiszai pu. to Nyékládháza. It took around 10 Minutes to reach Nyékládháza. There we walked to Onod and followed the river Sajo to Muhi. There we had to ask an old local man to find the Memorial, because it is around one mile outside the village. You need to speak the hungary language to talk to the local people. "Jo napot ki vannok. Muhi emlékmût keresek." means in english: "I wish you a great day. I am searching the Muhi Memorial."
You can also reach Muhi from Miskolc by bus . There is a Bus Stop close to the monument.
The Site of the bus company: http://www.borsodvolan.hu/
There are not many restaurants in Josvafo. There's one decent in Tengerszem Hotel, and another one, kind of local eating place in the village centre, behind the drink bar. The food choice is not great, but you can eat there in a local, village athmosphere with friendly service. Of course one has to like that kind of places to enjoy it. For usual...more