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Danubius Health Spa Resort Sárvár

One of the most famous small towns in Western Hungary, Sárvár is the perfect destination whether it’s a peaceful break or more active recreation that you seek. The main attraction for visitors is its spa, but the town is also deservedly proud of its arboretum, which boasts 300 different species of trees and shrubs. The nearby boating lake is a popular destination for anglers and boaters in the summer, and ice skaters in the winter.
Life in Sárvár is made even more colourful by a variety of events, as the beautifully renovated Nádasdy Castle hosts numerous festivals, concerts and Sunday craft fairs throughout the year.

Attractions

Local attractions

 
Nádasdy Castle
Nádasdy Castle

9600 Sárvár, Várkerület u. 1.

This Renaissance castle is one of the most prominent monuments in the country, and a national heritage site. Today, it is the artistic and cultural centre of the town, and home of the Ferenc Nádasdy Museum.

Szent László (Saint Ladislaus) Catholic Church
Szent László (Saint Ladislaus) Catholic Church

9600 Sárvár, Széchenyi István u. 12.

The Judge Royal of Hungary, Ferenc Nádasdy started the conversion of the Holy Trinity Chapel, which dated back to the middle ages, in 1645. Sárvár’s first public statue, the over 300-year-old Sorrowful Christ stone pillar, stands inside the church.

Saint Mark Church
Saint Mark Church

9600 Sárvár, Rábasömjéni u. 79.

The Saint Mark Church in Rábasömjén is the only creation from the Árpád Dynasty era in Sárvár besides the castle. Its first written mention dates back to 1288. It has borne the name of Saint Mark since the 17th century.

Szent Miklós (Saint Nicholas) Roman Catholic Church
Szent Miklós (Saint Nicholas) Roman Catholic Church

9600 Sárvár, Sársziget út 58.

The first written mention of Sárvár’s former parish church dates back to 1454. This is where Sebestyén Tinódi Lantos, the chronicler of the Turkish-Hungarian wars, was buried at the end of January 1556.

Evangelical Church
Evangelical Church

9600 Sárvár, Sylvester János utca 5.

The church was built by the architect Sámuel Geschrey, funded by public donations, between 1834 and 1836. With its whitewashed walls and harmonious proportions, it is a fine example of Transdanubian neoclassical church architecture.

Town Hall
Town Hall

9600 Sárvár, Várkerület 2.

Built between 1878 and 1882 in Kossuth tér, the town hall was among the most important works of local architect Lajos Geschrey. The eclectic-style building’s balcony overlooking the main square was added in the 20th century.

Sárvár Medicinal and Wellness spa
Sárvár Medicinal and Wellness spa

9600 Sárvár, Vadkert krt. 1.

This world-class spa facility greets visitors with 3,600 m2 of pools and a variety of colourful programmes. Besides catering to visitors seeking a medical and health spa services, it’s also a great place for the family to have a fun and relaxing time.

Sárvár Arboretum
Sárvár Arboretum

9600 Sárvár, Várkerület u.

The 9-hectare arboretum is located in the centre of Sárvár, where visitors can walk among 400-year-old oak trees, marvel at the 32-meter pyramidal oak, the rhododendrons and the East Asian collection.

Boating Lake
Boating Lake

9600 Sárvár, Alkotmány u. 16.

The chain of lakes near to the thermal spa is lent a special atmosphere by its five bridges and five islands. The lake is an ideal place to go boating or angling and, in the winter, ice skating.

Kálvária (Calvary) Chapel
Kálvária (Calvary) Chapel

9600 Sárvár, Celli út

A chapel stood on the site of the twin-towered church on the mountain known as Úr-hegy as early as 1758. It gained its present form in 1800 when it was rebuilt by the citizens of the town. The stations of the cross are displayed around the chapel.

Excursions

 
Ikervár
Ikervár

9756 Ikervár

The village of Ikervár, the “ancestral seat of the Batthyány family”, is one of the oldest settlements in Vas County. Its existence during the Avar period is proven by archaeological excavations. In 1988 a cemetery dating back to the Hungarian settlement of the Carpathian Basin was uncovered here.

Rábapaty
Rábapaty

9641 Rábapaty

The first written mention of Paty dates back to 1272. It was an Árpád Dynasty era settlement, mainly inhabited by nobles. The present-day parish church is a listed monument originating from the middle ages, and the Felsőbüki Nagy family mansion is also a listed monument.

Sitke
Sitke

9671 Sitke

The surrounding area was a site of volcanic activity some 4.5 million years ago. This was what created the butte known as Hercseg Mountain. The renovation of its twin-towered church, a listed monument, was funded from the proceeds of popular music festivals held on the chapel hill.

Somló Mountain
Somló Mountain

8482 Doba, Somló

One of Hungary’s best wine regions, and also its smallest, its fame is on a par with that of Tokaj. There are plenty of opportunities to sample Furmint, Welschriesling, Hárslevelű, Rhine riesling and Juhfark wines.

 

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