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250 castles and country houses can be found in Southern Transdanubia with its subMediterranean climate. Dozens of them function today as high-standard hotels.

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The Villány wine region


Southern Transdanubia has always been a special experience for us, Hungarians. Spring arri­ ves first in this region of the country, and the autumn sunshine warms your soul the longest here. You can sit on a café terrace in downtown Pécs even in November, and we have three fig crops each year. Acceptance and hospitality have a tradition of centuries here. Pécs is a town decorated with the UNESCO’s
Besides the Shokac winter farewell festival, the Busho Carnival in Mohács bearing the Intellectual Cultural Heritage title of UNESCO smaller but similarly authentic events like the Stifolder festival, the Steamed Dumplings festival or the Strudel Festival attract tourists to this region to see how we live everyday life. If you wanted to collect the delicacies of Southern Transdanubia in a box, you would certainly put in the wines of Szekszárd and Villány first. God has endowed this region with treasures in abundance. Our premium local wines are Szekszárd Kadarka and Bull’s Blood, Villány Por­tu­gi­e­ser and Pécs Cirfandli. Besides, almond, the forest fruits and berries, and the sweet chestnut from the Mecsek mountain would also find their place in that box, followed by the fish of the Danube and the Drava rivers, the game of Gemenc and Zselic, and the Melons of Ormánság. And you must not forget honey and goats cheese made in the tiny villages. Most of the welcoming medicinal and thermal baths of the region have been completely upgraded recently. Selfness, the latest trend in mental-spiritual-physical harmony appeared in our region first in Hungary. Nevertheless, a lot of people visit us seeking traditional ways of recreation and preserving their balance; they enjoy the wonderful natural environment from the saddle of a bicycle or a horse. Be part of this experience, enjoy Southern Transdanubia!
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Castle Hertelendy

peace award. Many nationalities in the country live together here; they have preserved their culture not only in their languages but in their delicious gastronomic traditions, as well.



Pecs is the most evocative town of the country representing all cultures from the Roman era to the present day.
You can see the sacral values of an ancient Christian community buried in the ground in the cemetery complex of the Roman city. The seven-lobed chapel of the Cella Septichora Visitor Centre, the contemporary apostle images on the walls of the Peter and Paul burial chamber, the octagonal grave chapel, the Pitcher burial chamber with its painted walls, and a two-level burial site, the Early Christian mausoleum present unprecedented and priceless cultural values even among the necropolises outside Rome, which is why they have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage list since 2000. While Széchenyi Square and the city hall are the secular city centre of Pécs,

Cella Septichora Visitor Centre



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St. Peter and St. Paul basilica

St. Stephan Square with the Roman cemetery, the Epis-copal palace, the basilica, the canons house and the denominational schools is the main square of the thousandyear old episcopacy and the second main square of the town. The four-towered St. Peter Basilica is an emblematic building of Pécs, which Pope John Paul II raised on the rank of Basilica Minor when he visited Pécs in 1990. The undercroft of the main church of the Episcope of Pécs from the 2nd century was considered the fourth largest building of its kind in Europe at that time. After multiple reconstructions the basilica has a clear look today bearing neo-Romanesque style elements. The paintings in the side chapels were made by Bertalan Székely and Károly Lotz. In Szepessy Ignác street, you must visit the library of the bishop György Klimó, one of the richest contemporary sources of Hungarian and European history of culture.
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The champagne factory was the first in the country along with the brewery, plus eight glove manufacturers still function in Pécs.
Pécs thanks its facades decorated with ceramics and characterising the cityscape, and its colourful roofs to the Zsolnay porcelain manufacturing that has been here for over 160 years. The founder of the factory, Vilmos Zsolnay, is a symbol of innovation, and received the most significant awards at a large number of industrial fairs and exhibitions from Vienna to Turin, from Paris to California. Today, star designers create jewels from Zsolnay porcelain, and the 150-year old glove manufacturing in the town still uses the characteristic glazed (eosin) buttons and ornaments. The Zsolnay oeuvre is shown in its entirety in the Zsolnay Museum in downtown Pécs. The most renowned public sculpture of Pécs is the Zsolnay well decorated with bull heads, next to the city hall. Our most beautiful

Conspicuous specialties of the Zsolnay well are the eosin bull head gargoyles that might have been c ­ reated to imitate a piece of the “Gold treasure of Nagyszentmiklós”

Zsolnay well



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Zsolnay Cultural Quarter

pyrogranite-decorated buildings are: the county hall, the Vasváry house and villa, the Csukás house, the Szerecsen drug store and the Post Palace. One of the most beautiful results of 2010 when Pécs was the Cultural Capital of Europe was the development of the Zsolnay Cultural Quarter. Here, at the largest culture complex of the country you can see a quasi-historical and Art Nouveau Zsolnay porcelain collection comprising 600 pieces, and an exhibition of exclusively pink objects made at the beginning. Detecting the symbolism of the Zsolnay Mausoleum is worth an extra trip. Small children are invited to the Bóbita Puppet Theatre in the children’s quarter. Physical and chemical miracles can be tried out in the former laboratory. Shops of fashion designers and artisan chocolate makers, as well as festivals and concerts welcome visitors throughout the year.

Pécs has achieved worldwide fame because of the Zsolnay building ceramics, preserved on the most elegant buildings of Vienna, Zagreb, Belgrade and many other cities.

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More than 300 contemporary artists live in Pécs today. The pillars of fire of several generations are Ilona Keserű painter, Ferenc Lantos painter, and János Bencsik sculptor.
Pécs has always been an inspiring place for artists. The Vasarely Museum accommodates one of the most dignified collections of the town. The Csontváry Museum displays the works of one of the most significant post-impressionist painters. The Modern Hungarian Gallery provides an excellent selection of the founders of the Nagybánya painting school, the prominent artists at the turn of the century; the works of “the Eight” as well as the avant-garde of the 1920s and the Szentendre artists’ colony. The centre of the building is the Stone Garden of Pierre Székely. The re­ arranged Ferenc Martyn Museum has also recently opened. The town has been proud of the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra since 1811 and it found a worthy home in the Kodály Centre, built in 2010. The concert hall with capacity for an audience of one thousand, is known for

Kodály Centre



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its great acoustics. The Bartók male choir has won first prizes at the choir Olympics in recent years. Thanks to the National Theatre of Pécs, the Third Theatre of Pécs, the Janus Universal

In 2015, the Kodály Centre with its thousand seats and unique acoustics will be a deserving venue of the Europa Cantat choir festival.

Stage, and the Bóbita Puppet Theatre, this town is one of the significant centres for Hungarian theatre culture. POSZT, the National Assembly of Theatres is an outstanding festival in the town in June each year.
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The fortress of Szigetvár with Miklós Zrínyi, the heroic captain, and its Hungarian and Croatian soldiers fighting to the end have become a symbol of struggle against the Turks. The town is characterised by parochialism, worthy of the great ancestors and local traditionalists in contemporary apparel guide you around the fortress.

Pécs, Széchenyi square



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The former djami of Pécs is now a catholic church. Today, a cross stands on top of the half-moon preserved on the dome.
Pécs is a town rich in well-preserved buildings from the Turkish era. The largest Muslim church in Central Europe, the former Gazi Kasim Pasha Mosque stands in the main square. It is a catholic church today but has preserved quotations written with fancy letters from the Koran, a mihrab directed to Mecca, and aspersoria. The ruins of the once magnificent domed bath of Memi Pasha and the intact djami and minaret of Jakovali HasSzigetvár is the most heroic Hungarian town. Birds recognise it from above not only because of its fortress and the dome of its spa, but because of the two towers of the entertainment building of Imre Makovecz. Miklós Zrínyi withstanding superior Turkish troops is a symbol of heroism. On the strong walls and bastions of the Szigetvár Fortress you may patrol in the contemporary ­ d ress and armament of border garrison soldiers and shoot cannons and rifle together with the local guides. Besides the Zrínyi Days in September, a large number of cultural festivities are organised here to present the local heritage and the folklore values of surrounding settlements. There is an excellent

A samurai community wears the name of Miklós Zrínyi even today.

Szigetvár Fortress

san Pasha can be seen in an adjacent street. A peculiarity of the latter is that its excellent acoustics are due to the clay jars built in the walls. The tomb of Idris Baba, one of the most appreciated memorials of Turkish architecture in Hungary, stands on Rókus Hill.

multi-generation spa at the foot of the fortress. Mozsgó deserves your attention with its award-winning wineries, local producers of organic food. Magyarlukafa organises the most authentic folklore festival on Vendel Day, and the chance to introduce its artisan workshops to visitors.
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Those who appreciate quality wine and cuisine will want to return here time and time again. In couples or with friends, in a romantic or party mood, everyone feels this district is his/her own.

Street of cellars at Villánykövesd

The first and most visited wine trail of the country since 1994, leads from Villány to Siklós. Besides the picturesque street of cellars, the traditional cellar settlements at Villánykövesd and Palkonya; large wineries are great places for guests following world trends in terms of architecture and services. These include the first special wine-and-wellness hotel in the country and several gourmet restaurants that have emerged in the re-



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gion. The most exclusive thermal baths of the region is located at the foot of the imposing, recently-reconstructed Siklós Fortress, and a unique hotel constructed in a former mill can also be found here. The local products of the region (artisan chocolate, strudel) are of the highest quality. The region’s most popular restaurant is the nearby Csárda, which uses many local ingredients in its cooking. You may also enjoy cultural, culinary and wine festivals throughout the year. It’s not only the unique effect of its medicinal water that makes the historic spa of Harkány popular among guests with rheumatism, infertility and various skin diseases, but

European accreditation verifies the unique effect of the medicinal water of Harkány

Spa of Harkány

its pleasant climate with long sunny days. The hospital and the medicinal baths have been reconsructed. Many four- and three-star hotels have opened in the town in recent years, several of them with medicinal water and hospital sections. The thermal conference centre was inaugurated in 2010. The proximity of Pécs, Villány, Siklós and the Dráva River make the programmes of a medicinal vacation a truly rich experience.

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You can enter the world of the largest, natural, floodplain forests of Europe by bicycle, canoe, on foot or horse back, by cruising or rafting, and even by narrow-gauge railway.
The Board of the Danube-Drava National Park cares for a natural territory of nearly fifty thousand hectares and shows it to visitors along the Danube, from the mouth of the Sió Canal to the border and along the entire Hungarian section of the Danube. In the scenic, almost untouched catchment area of Gemenc, stretching along the Danube, special protected birds like kingfisher, white-tailed eagle, black stork and saker live. Gemenc is famous for its red deer and wild boar population. BédaKarapancsa is the lower section of the Danube in Hungary. Its tourist centre is Kölked and guided tours start out from here on foot, bicycle, water and horseback. The flora and fauna of the catchment area can be seen by narrowgauge railway from Pörböly. The lovers of our migratory birds arriving back first in the spring find a White Stork Museum at Kölked and a Black Stork Museum at Báta.

“Three Rivers” bicycle route



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Canoeing on the Drava River

Drava is one of the three rclearest rivers in Europe. It is home to over 50 species of fish. The river bank is lined with gallery forests, and the sand and gravel banks are preferred hatching places of many protected birds. Large heron and little egret popu­ lations live in the reeds. The thick canopies of forests hide nests of black storks and white-tailed eagles. The Drava Gate Visitor Centre is at your disposal at Drávaszentes, offering a rich collection of the natural and culture-historical values of the protected territories along the Drava with an extensive model estate on the floodplain. National sheepdog competitions bring some excitement in the life of grey cattle and ‘racka’ (a Hungarian species of sheep) herds. Bicycles can be borrowed here for a comfortable tour in this level, picturesque landscape. The capital city of the Drava region is Barcs, with its recently established free beach and thermal bath. This is the starting point of cruises and canoe trips.
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Contemporary village and town life can be seen at the renaissance theme park three days a week week. You can admire the birds of prey of royal falconers at “work” and keep fingers crossed for valiant Hungarian soldiers at spectacular tournaments.

Lake Pécs at Orfű



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A lake system, medicinal waters, beaches, aqua park, thermal spas, river caves, numerous springs – Orfű is a region of the richest waters.
It lies a quarter of an hour from Pécs by car; by bicycle, that is 14 km uphill, followed by 7 km downhill. With an aqua park at the shore of its picturesque lake system, landscaped sandy beach of the small lake, its professional riding schools, the extreme tours in undeveloped caves, marked walking trails in the forest, water sports centre, and working waand at Sikonda with its forest micro-climate mitigating respiratory diseases have preserved the charm, personal feature and family atmosphere of this region. If school is dull and the curriculum is dry, our adventure parks offer the best method for teaching children about the middle ages and popular cultural traditions. At the Renaissance Adventure Estate at Bikal, middle-age Hungary lives: our King Mathias the fair, lords and ladies, battlehardened knights, archers, experienced birdwatchers, bakers and cooks, blacksmiths and potters contribute to the experience. Katica Ranch at Patca helps children become familiar with a natural and tradition-

The Orfű lake system comprises 5 lakes including the protected Herman Ottó lake.
Bikal, adventure estate

ter mill, Orfű is an incredibly versatile and colorful holiday resort. The stalactite cave at Abaliget is a special health resort. There is a boating pond in front of the cave with an exciting bat museum on its shore. The thermal baths recalling Hun­dert ­was­ser’s style at Magyarhertelend

al way of life. A dozen outdoor and indoor toys, a giant multi-level log castle, a barn full of hay to play the giddy goat, a two-storey playhouse, the largest indoor slide of the country, an obstacle course, and stone throwing catapaults are all here for visitors to enjoy.
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Mohács does not leave your heart untouched. The bloody field of the Mohács battle is shocking and has settled into untouched nature.
The Busho Carnival in Mohács, the winter farewell party of the Shokac, is part of the UNESCO’s Intellectual Cultural Heritage. Today, 22 Busho communities keep the tradition alive, verifying the courage of all male members of each generation. The workshops of young Busho mask carvers are open for visitors throughout the year. In the crown-shaped cupola hall of the Historical Memorial of the 1526 battle of Mohács the contemporary world and its events are presented in an exciting way. Bicycles can be borrowed in Mohács and are a great way to get around. Besides the Shokac cellars at Mohács with tambura music, Busho brandy

The Busho



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St. Hubertus chapel, Gyulaj

and bean-in-the-jar dish, the enchanting cellar village of Bóly inhabited by Germans is also famous for its white wines. In the largest forests of our region you can take narrow-gauge railways to cover long distances. The Gemenc forest can be seen by the Pörböly–Bárányfok railway, Baláta lake by the Kaszó railway, and Zselic by the Almamellék–Sasrét railway. In this region, several forest visitor centres welcome visitors interested in the natural treasures of the region. The Boki-Danube or north of it, the Pörböly Kardosfa Ecotourism Centre presents the wildlife and farming of the catchment area and also offers the opportunity for artisan activities. The Ecotourism Centre at Kardosfa introduces the Starry Sky Reservation. The forest adventure park by Pécs is not only a multi-generation, adrenalin–fuelled park but a school sharing the secrets of the flora and fauna of the Mecsek mountain range.
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Pécsvárad lies at the foot of Zengő (682 m), the highest peak of the Mecsek Mountain. Its fortress thanks its construction, as does the Benedictine monastery to the state founder, King St. Stephen.

Pécsvárad Fortress

Zengővárkony is renowned for its living traditions, the Decorated Egg Museum, the Straw Treasury, reformed church, sweet chestnut plantation, and the country house functioning as weaving workshop. Several pilgrim centres welcome the tourists at Püspökszentlászló. Clogs carving is still a living trade at Kisújbánya. Óbánya is one of the most picturesque villages in the region. Its long valley with a stream is a roman-

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tic excursion site. Mecseknádasd, the birth place of St. Margaret of Scotland is renowned for its wineries. The greenest settlement of our region is Gyűrűfű with 22 inhabitants and a bio-diversity centre. Educational paths, hiking trails connected to the Blue Tour route, forest school, horseback archery, oven-baked goods and organic products attract visitors. Yurt accommodation and guest houses using renewable energy are options here. Kán and Gorica are two enchanting settlements, deserted several decades ago but repopulated with demanding hosts who have preserved the traditional architecture. Bükkösd is renowned for its

Folk legend says that the Babás (figure) nostrum stones represent the petrified wedding procession of two hostile families.

Jakab hill

two castles, cross-country riding, national long-distance riding championships, and its local products. Cserkút is a model settlement for rural tourism. The most spectacular rock formations of the Mecsek are best accessible from here: Babás nostrum stones, Zsongor stone, and the Hermit cave. The frescos outside and inside the Arpadian church are of timeless value.

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In the downtown is a peaceful promenade, and it thanks its wonderful atmosphere to more than 300 Art Nou-veau Buildings.
In 2010 Kaposvár won the title of “The most beautiful main square and main street of the country” and earlier the “Most flowery town” titles. The International Chamber Music Festival is an outstanding event in August. You can find the museum of József Rippl-Rónai, the impressionist painter born in Kaposvár, in his villa on Rome hill. The works of János Vaszary, Sándor Galimberti, and Lajos Kunffy can be seen in the Rippl-Rónai Museum in the main street. The largest adventure bath and spa of the region, the swimming pool, the ice rink, the International Youth Football World Championship, the Rider World Cups, the botanical garden at Deseda Lake, show that the town is not only beautiful but exciting and eventful, as well. The blind are supported here with special publications and audio guidance.

The development of the open-air museum started in the middle of the village, around the church, in the 1970s. It is unprecedented in Hungary that a village museum has been built in the middle of a live village.

Open-air ethnographic collection, Szenna

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Walking among the furnished arcaded houses and the buildings with open-flue kitchens of the open-air Ethnographic Collection at Szenna, next to Kaposvár, honored with the Europa Nostra prize, is true time travel. The rural hosts of the settlement are renowned for their oven-baked delicacies. Folk feast traditions are revived for children by the holiday centre of the nearby Patca throughout the year. Kaposmérő, the realm of Lajos Kassai, a multiple world champion and Guinness record-holding horse archer, offers insight in ancient Hungarian martial arts. One of the country houses at nearby Bárdudvarnok is the retreat of Hungarian glass artists. In the deer farm of Bőszénfa all big game indigenous to Hungary can be seen, and dishes made of their meat can be tasted. Qualified guides show you the Starry Sky Reservation of Zselic by night at Kardosfa. The spa at Igal has been reconstructed recently and is popular with Hungarian guests.

Zselic, with the first Starry Sky Reservation, is a place in Europe where light contamination is the lowest.

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The most significant culinary festival of our region is the Szekszárd Vintage Days in September. This is the feast of wine and winegrowers with lots of local delicacies, authentic folklore music and hilarious dance, with the Csokonai Prize and the county’s Prima Prize winner Bartina Folklore Ensemble honored.


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If you desire natural and sincere hospitality, you will find it here.
Among the historical monuments of Szekszárd, the safest and most peaceful county seat in the country, the old county hall and the biggest one-nave church of Central Europe are outstanding. The Wosinsky Mór Museum won first place in the national competition of Hospitable Museums. Its exhibition is a rich collection of the isolated ethnographic values of Tolna County. The memorial house of Mihály Babits, poet and writer, stands in one of the most idyllic quarters of the town resisting the passing of time. The Deutsche Bühne, the St. László days in June and the Vintage Days in Sióagárd is renowned for its folk costume developed in isolation. In the cellar village of Leányvár, comprising more than 300 cellars, a small but valuable costume collection and feasts prepared according to ancient recipes surprise the traveller. Sárköz (Őcsény, Decs, Sárpilis, Alsónyék, Báta) not only preserves traditions but lives on in the homes of locals, with singing and dancing, and in handicraft clubs. The folk costume of Sárköz is most splendid amongst all costumes of Hungary. You will witness all this in the country house and doll museum of Decs. Many traditional artisans live in the settlement. The Serbian church at Grábóc in the midst of a wild romantic

The “Sárköz wedding feast” at Decs presents wedding rituals and costumes to outsiders once a year.
Bartina Folklore Ensemble

September lure many visitors to the town. You can hear more and more about the red wines of Szekszárd and its excellent wine producers honored with the highest national prizes. The fans of the red and rosé wines of Szekszárd appreciate the unique flavours, affordable prices and high quality of these wines.

environment is renowned for its giant and richly decorated iconostasis. The pond system of Szálka, a picturesque hamlet, and its local producers invite you on a family trip. Rowing on the Sió canal and walking or cycling in Gemenc is recommended for nature-lovers.
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Tolna County is extraordinarily rich not only in historic fortresses, but in castles and country houses as well. More than one castle can be found in many settlements.
The visitors of the fortresses of Southern Transdanubia can follow the significant eras of Hungarian history from the foundation of the state through Renaissance culture and the memorials of the Turkish invasion up to the 18th century. The fortress of Ozora with its patio surrounded by a corridor held by slender pillars and its balconies remind you of an urban palace in contemporary Italy. A specialty of the Arpadian fortress in nearby Simontornya is its collection of portraits of noblemen of the 18th-19th century. The Renaissance tower of the fortress of Dunaföldvár, reconstructed recently, emerges high above the Danube. The fortress museum with its Turkish memorials and thedungeon with the wall drawings of outlaws is a real curiosity. Paks for the Lussonium (a mil-

Selfness is a new style of living designed to provide physical, spiritual and mental harmony, improving your general condition and quality of life; a comprehensive and open new trend.
Tamási thermal bath

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Ozora fortress

itary camp from the Roman era), while Sánc-hegy, with the Bottyán fortress built in the 18th century and its beautiful street of wine cellars deserve a trip. The new, multi-level bath of Tamási is full of sunshine with its south-facing windows and attracts several generations. The nearby forest of Gyulaj offers rich programs (wildlife habitat, green fun center for kids, romantic lakeside forest chapel, fishing, and game observation). Dombóvár-Gunarasfürdő is popular with its 8-hectare park area, 13 pools, slides, boating pond and its familiar atmosphere. The chocolate factory and Nordic walking opportunities make the place even more attractive for visitors. The high-standard holiday complex of Bikács is the first in the country where selfness programs have been introduced. Tengelic is a forest paradise at the lake shore for those seeking tranquility.

Ozora is renowned for Sándor Petőfi who performed first in the former ducal large restaurant as actor, where he also decided to become an actor.

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Dunaföldvár fortress

TOURINfORM BÓlY » 7754 Bóly, Erzsébet tér 1. Tel. 69/368-100, fax: 69/368-100 E-mail: TOURINfORM BONYHÁD » (seasonal office) 7150 Bonyhád, Szabadság tér 2. Tel. 74/451-342, fax: 74/451-342 E-mail: TOURINfORM DOMBÓVÁR » (seasonal office) 7200 Dombóvár, Kernen tér Tel. 20/369-7448 E-mail: TOURINfORM DUNAfÖlDVÁR » 7020 Dunaföldvár, Rátkai köz 2. Tel. 75/341-176, fax: 75/341-176 E-mail: TOURINfORM HARKÁNY » 7815 Harkány, Kossuth L. u. 7. Tel. 72/815-910, fax: 72/815-910 E-mail: TOURINfORM KAPOsVÁR » 7400 Kaposvár, Fő u. 8. Tel. 82/512-921, fax: 82/320-404 E-mail: TOURINfORM KElEtI-MECsEK » (seasonal office) 7333 Kárász, Petőfi u. 36. Tel. 72/420-074, fax: 72/420-074 E-mail: TOURINfORM MOHÁCs » 7700 Mohács, Széchenyi tér 1. Tel. 69/505-515, fax: 69/505-504 E-mail:

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Kaposvár, flood of flowers

TOURINfORM NAGYAtÁD » 7500 Nagyatád, Széchenyi tér 1/a Tel. 82/351-506, fax: 82/351-506 E-mail: TOURINfORM ORfŰ » 7677 Orfű, Széchenyi tér 1. Tel. 72/598-116, fax: 72/598-119 E-mail: TOURINfORM PÉCs » 7621 Pécs, Széchenyi tér 7. Tel. 72/213-315, fax: 72/212-632 E-mail: TOURINfORM PÉCsVÁRAD » 7720 Pécsvárad, Kossuth L. u. 31. Tel. 72/466-487, fax: 72/466-487 E-mail:

TOURINfORM SIKlÓs » 7800 Siklós, Vajda János tér 8. Tel. 72/579-090, fax: 72/579-091 E-mail: TOURINfORM SzEKszÁRD » 7100 Szekszárd, Béla tér 7. Tel. 74/315-198, fax: 74/510-131 E-mail: TOURINfORM TAMÁsI » 7090 Tamási, Szabadság u. 29. Tel. 74/470-902, fax: 74/470-902 E-mail:

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