Holloko Things to Do
Walk around the village
It's hard to find a village as unspoilt as Hollókő (Raven Rock) in Hungary. It was inhabited by the Palóc, an ethnic minority with its own traditions and dialect. Although most of what we see today was rebuilt after a fire in 1909, the appearance of the village didn't change for centuries. This place is so special that UNESCO inscribed it on the World Heritage List in 1987.
The houses in Hollókő are all very similar: white, with broad eaves and carved gables. Some are surrounded by a verandah. One of the houses is a small museum, giving you an idea of what live in Hollókő must have been like in the early 20th century.
There are not many special attractions in Hollókő, but the walk around the village is very pleasant. Many houses are tourist shops nowadays, yet it wasn't overcrowded when we visited in mid-summer.
Opening hours museum:
Apr - Oct:
Tue - Sun: 10 - 16Related to:
- Museum Visits
- Arts and Culture
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Favorite Dish: Soups: Paloc bean soup with estragon, sour cream and pork or Cold fruitsoup with whipping cream...
Roasted and Fried Meats : Holloko ribs chef style with mini potatoes cakes...
Home Style Dishes : Home made stuffed cabbage or Paprika pork with dumplings and sour cream...
Desserts : Pancakes filled with curd served with vanilla sauce or Chestnust purée...Add to your Trip Planner