The town of Hegyeshalom is the best-known railway and road border crossing station in Hungary.
- Catholic Church from the Árpád era (early Middle Age)
- Lutheran Church in classicist style
- Lake Stettni: A fishing lake rich in fish, located behind the Catholic Church. Its landscaped banks are suitable for relaxation and recreation. Its open-air stage and the environment of the lake house a number of events in the summer.
- Mine Lake: It is situated south of Hegyeshalom. Its size is around 100 hectares and it is still actively mined. In spite of this, a lot of people come here from the surrounding area: divers, bathers in the summer, wind-surfers and fishers occupy it.
Albertkázmérpuszta is located 11 km south-west of Hegyeshalom directly by the Austrian-Hungarian border.
Its attraction is the neo-gothic church evoking the form of the Votive Church in Vienna. It was renovated in the 1990s; its special values include the supporting pillars, the archivolted portal, the pressed gothic ornaments made from fired ceramics and the high gothic tower with the turrets.
Mosonmagyaróvár is situated in the Little Hungarian Plain on the banks of Moson-Danube and Lajta rivers.
Annually Mosonmagyaróvár houses the event titled Mosonshow.
The Model Exhibition and Contest organised annually by Mosonmagyaróvár Modelling Club has become an outstanding European event in the past 20 years.
The capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron County is located 50 km from the hotel.
It is a venerated city halfway between Vienna and Budapest, where you can find a richness of architectural, cultural and natural values. The second richest Hungarian city in listed buildings outside the capital received the European Award of the protection of historical buildings. Győr is a festival city, where friends of the arts and visitors seeking high quality entertainment can find attractive programs all year round.
- Benedictine Archabbey
- Pannonhalma Archabbey Winery
- Herbal Garden
- Arboretum of Pannonhalma Archabbey
Nova Rock is one of Europe’s most significant rock festivals, which accepts nearly 100,000 visitors each year. The 3-day event is organised in July every year, featuring well-known performers, in Pannoniafeld near Nickelsdorf. The event venue is located 1 km from the Hungarian border.
The main attraction of this Austrian village located 20 km from Hegyeshalom is Designer Outlet, which offers unique shopping experience with more than 160 shops. The shopping centre was constructed in the spirit of the Austrian architectural traditions. The experience of shopping is made complete by cafés and restaurants, playgrounds for children and free parking areas.
Podersdorf am See is the most important tourist destination along the eastern bank of Lake Fertő.
A real, functional windmill built in 1663 stands at the edge of the village. The beach of Podersdorf am See lies in the length of 1.4 km on an area of 15 hectares on the bank of the lake. Everyone can enjoy themselves sunbathing, playing table tennis, football, beach volley-ball or golf on the grassy beach. Its light tower creates the atmosphere of the seaside. Children are awaited by slides, sand pits and playgrounds. Mini-Max amusement park, a real waterside funfair, can be found next to the beach.
Austria’s largest amusement park, Familypark, can be found here. It is situated on 140,000 square metres a few kilometres from the western bank of Lake Fertő.
It is the highlight of an excursion to Lake Fertő for visitors with children, offering an unmissable whole-day program. In all four thematic sections of the park, the Castle of Amusement, the Forest of Tales, the Village Farm and the Adventure Island, visitors can spend their time in a varied and entertaining way, accompanied by Filippo, the bobcat, the always cheerful mascot of the park.
With its pompous Baroque buildings through “golden” Art Nouveau to contemporary architecture, the colourful capital offers a huge number of experiences. Visitors are welcomed in more than 100 museums.
Seeking the traces of the former Habsburg Monarchy, you should pay a visit to the two glamorous Baroque palaces, Schönbrunn and Belvedere.
One of the landmarks of the city is the Stefansdom. Its construction started in the 12th century and today it is one of Austria’s most significant Gothic buildings.
And the following attractions shouldn’t be missed either:
- Giant Ferris Wheel
- Schönbrunn Zoo
- Sisi Museum
- Spanish Riding School
- Votive Church
If you would like to do shopping, we recommend the shopping centre Shopping City Süd, located 60 km from our hotel.
Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is situated 20 km from our hotel on the bank of the Danube. It is the cultural, commercial and industrial centre of the country. Its main attraction is the Castle of Bratislava, soaring on the high hill beside the River Danube.
Sights in Bratislava:
- The Main Square
- St. Michael’s Tower
- The Castle
- Interesting statues
- Grassalkovich Palace
- National Theatre
- Primate’s Palace
- Saint Martin’s Cathedral