Things to see and do - Pécs
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Pécs Travel guide
Pécs : Michelin's recommendations
Pécs was a prestigious town in the Middle Ages thanks to its bishops, one of whom was the famous Janus Pannonius. The very first university in Hungary was set up here in 1367. The Ottoman period (1453-1686) was brilliant, with the Turks contributing to the town's cultural development and building many mosques. After a long period of neglect, Pécs slowly came back to life and is a popular place today with its sparkling wine, Mediterranean atmosphere and art museums.
Tourist attractions Pécs : Things to see and do
Janus Pannonius Utca 11 H - Pécs
The main works of Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka are displayed in this former school. Born in 1853, Csontváry, formerly an assistant pharmacist, has only recently been acknowledged. Picasso, who viewed his work at a Paris exhibition, is said to have remar..
Rákóczi út 2 H - Pécs 7621
The former mosque is the best preserved in Hungary, and still has its minaret. Some elements of Turkish art are on show.
Káptalan Utca 2 H - Pécs 7621
Items manufactured at the Zsolnay works (enamelware, ceramics) are on display. The beautiful collection of porcelain is especially worthwhile.
Kálvária Utca 58 H - Pécs
Prix Prices from : 65 €
The Hotel Millennium can be found on the Kálvária hill above the historical centre of Pécs, 5 minutes' walk from Széchenyi square. It offers an outdoor pool, free garage parking and free Wi-Fi. All rooms in the Hotel Millennium have an en-suite bath..
Középmakár dűlő 4 H - Pécs
Hotel Makar Sports & Wellness is located in a quiet, green area, a few minutes' walk from the Medical University of Pecs and 2 km from the historic centre. It comprises a park, sports fields, playgrounds and a free car park. Apart from an extensive..
Hunyadi ut 2 H - Pécs
Prix Prices from : 28 €
The Hotel Főnix is located in the heart of the charming historic city of Pécs, offering you nicely furnished rooms and apartments with free wireless internet access. Built in the early 1980's by the famous Hungarian architect Sándor Dévényi, the Fön..