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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Natural Feature
“Another lake-beach location. Nice to have a friend with a boat! Or rent one”
  • 4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Opening time. From mid-March (the first weekend of April depending on the weather) to the end of October, 10 am to 10 pm Phone reservation +36 (22) 732 003 or +36 (30) 3391 327 can reserve a table for 15 minutes after the appointment! Only cash payment is possible in the restaurant! Approach to a fishing inn From the M7 exit 52 or the Sukorói / Pákozdi road 1500 meters towards the lake. It is also easily accessible from Lake Velence by Agárd, Gardony, Venice or Sukoró.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“The Pákozd-Sukoró Arboretum of 96 hectares territory is situated in the most beautiful region of the Lake Velence. 250 tree and shrub species and a lot of interesting sights all await for our dear guest. From the lookout you can take pleasure in the landscape. The country museum gives inspection in the cultural history of the surroundings, presents the amentity of the landscape, fallows it's geohistorical emergence, the climate, the geological and the edaphic conditions and it's hydrography. Visitors get a taste from the exceptionally rich and diverse flora and fauna. In the entrance hall there is a fishing exhibition. On the forest demonstration trail you can get aquainted with the role of ”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“This small inn has nothing to do with the Hungarian Prime Minister. :) It was named by the patron saint of the winemakers, Saint Urban of Langres (in Hungarian Szent Orbán). You can find both Hungarian and international specialities in the menu and you can taste wines made around the lake. The inn's just referred as the jewelry box of Bence-hegy. Indeed, it is not simply recommended but a must to visit this gastro-experience with its beautiful flower garden seeing the sunset over the lake.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“Gyönyörű kilátás a Velencei-tóra, nagyon sok látnivaló egy helyen és nagyon közel van. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Look around from the top of the hill. Able to see the whole​ lake from the top.”
  • 1 local recommends
Hungarian Restaurant
“Taste the best hungarian fish soup or gulash in a uniq restaurant just a few steps from Lake Velence.”
  • 1 local recommends
Park
  • 1 local recommends
Natural Feature
“The Velence Hills is one of our geologically oldest hills, a virtual geological museum, one of the favourite hiking destinations for lovers of nature and hikers. It harbours numerous springs, lakes and caves. The tourist map of Lake Velence and its surroundings clearly shows the tourist route that “lines up” the springs and geological sight of the hills. This route calls on Anikó Spring and Angelika Spring, too with the famous rocking stones amongst them. We can also visit the latter separately on the Rocking Stones hike which sets out with an expert guide from Pákozd provided there are enough people interested. Hikers can admire the beauty of Pogány-kő (Pagan-stone), Kocka-kő (Cube-stone) and Pandúr-kő (Pandur-stone) on this 3-4 km long hike. You can also conquer the hills without a guide but do take a map with you to make sure you will see all the sights.”
  • 1 local recommends

Top restaurants

Restaurant
“Opening time. From mid-March (the first weekend of April depending on the weather) to the end of October, 10 am to 10 pm Phone reservation +36 (22) 732 003 or +36 (30) 3391 327 can reserve a table for 15 minutes after the appointment! Only cash payment is possible in the restaurant! Approach to a fishing inn From the M7 exit 52 or the Sukorói / Pákozdi road 1500 meters towards the lake. It is also easily accessible from Lake Velence by Agárd, Gardony, Venice or Sukoró.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This small inn has nothing to do with the Hungarian Prime Minister. :) It was named by the patron saint of the winemakers, Saint Urban of Langres (in Hungarian Szent Orbán). You can find both Hungarian and international specialities in the menu and you can taste wines made around the lake. The inn's just referred as the jewelry box of Bence-hegy. Indeed, it is not simply recommended but a must to visit this gastro-experience with its beautiful flower garden seeing the sunset over the lake.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Hungarian Restaurant
“Taste the best hungarian fish soup or gulash in a uniq restaurant just a few steps from Lake Velence.”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant

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