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american_tourister Says: It looks like a nightclub from outside but when you walk in you think you have entered a big Lone Star Cafe. This was without a doubt the best steak I have ever had in Europe. It does not know whether it is a Wild West restaurant or a Tropical Rain Forest. It sort of reminds...
american_tourister Says: It is on the North corner of the Corso (walking street). It has continental cuisine and excellent service. It is quiet and is THE restaurant in Kaposvar. By Kaposvar standards it is expensive but my buddy and I had Goulash, salad, steaks and beer and the bill came to about...
The local bus service is prompt and cheap. It costs about 15 cents US to use it. Have Forint Coins to pay the driver. Enter at the front of the bus and pay him. Exit at the rear. Bus routes are well marked and times are posted. They are usually right on the money. The main terminal is just up from the train station. Use the flyover crosswalk and it takes you right to it.
Written Apr 14, 2003
TESCO has everything from groceries to hardware. I found it to be very easy to shop in because it was laid out like an American Supermarket.
What to buy: Groceries, some clothing, hard ware, utilities such as batteries, etc.
What to pay: Average supermarket prices. Tesco is a big UK based chain so they undercut the little guys.
Updated Jul 11, 2007
Address: 7400, Kaposvár Berzsenyi u. 5.
Dwelling house in Art Noveau style, built at the beginning of the 20th century, it stands in the Main Street.
Updated Dec 11, 2002
I enjoyed just walking around Kapsovar and seeing all the little places that you don't see from cars. These are some of the snaps I took whilst wandering aimlessly about.
Written Dec 15, 2006
Favorite thing: Whether it is you first time wether it is not to visit Kaposvar, it is always a good thing to be familiar with local sights, events or business possibilities.
We have created a website that offers you all this. Introduction of the town, local even calendar, catalogue of businesses including hotels, restaurants, car dealers, schools and a lot more...if not everything. The site is in Hungarian but if you drop us an e-mail in English, we'd be more than glad to support you.
Updated Jul 28, 2003