|2146 Mogyoród, Vizipark út 1.|
|+36 28 541 100|
|+36 28 541 101|
Take a day off and come to Mogyoród, to the Largest Water Park in Hungary! If you love summer, water and slides, Aquarena, Spreading over an area of 11.5 ha, is just the place for you, with 26 slides winding over 1.5 km above and underground. Among the 9 pools in the park, you’ll find the Acrobat Pool, the Lazy River, the Experience Pool, the Jacuzzi, and the Kid’s World.
|Aszód Város Önkormányzata|
|+36 28 500 666|
|+36 28 400 575|
The small town on the bank of the Galga River, Aszód was established more than 600 years ago and received town status again in 1991. The historic atmosphere of the town’s old buildings and the Podmaniczky Palace are not out of place next with the new buildings. The small shops along the main street remind us of the 19th century’s middle class Hungary.
|2100 Gödöllő, Dózsa György út 2.|
|+36 28 816 817|
The Erzsébet Királyné Hotel*** is located in the center of Gödöllő, near the Royal Palace and only 30 minutes away from downtown Budapest. The Hotel has 62 modern, well-equipped rooms. We await our guests with Relax Corner (sauna, jacuzzi, cardio equipments), an elegant restaurant, unique ballroom, complete conference facilities and with helpful staff.
|2100 Gödöllő Batthyány u. 32.|
|+36 20 326 2486|
|2100 Gödöllő, Grassalkovich-kastély 5852.hrsz.|
|+36 28 410 124|
|+36 28 423 159|
A time-travel not only for Sisi-fans. Leave Budapest city to explore the pretty town of Gödöllő, 30km northeast of the city and visit the Royal Palace, where the much loved Queen Elizabeth, known as Sisi spent much of her time. This fabulous Baroque Palace has been lovingly restored to its former glory and is well worth visiting.
|2100 Gödöllő Szabadság tér 7.|
|+36 28 529 127|
|+36 28 529 258|
|2100 Gödöllő, Szabadság tér 6.|
|+36 28 529 178|
|+36 28 529 255|
Welcome to a town that preserves values in its past and is striving for an illustrious future, a town with an honorable past and a vigorous belief in its future.
Gödöllő is more than a colorful little suburb of Budapest. Its sights include some that are unique both nationwide as well as in Europe.
Hungary's biggest baroque castle and smallest Marian column, the oldest baroque theatre, the largest portrait gallery of kings and queens, the second most important museum of agricultural instruments and machinery in the world and the first European Peace Gong can all be found here. Gödöllő is home to three unique exhibitions in Hungary: one is the only year round exhibition on secession; another is the only Holy Virgin museum and third is the National Scouting Collection.
In Gödöllő everything is there to make your sightseeing exciting. The pomp and magnitude of the monarchy suites, the elegance of the castle park in the royal castle mark the era of kings and monarchs. Interesting interiors recall Gödöllő's rich local history and its famous personages. Szent Istvan University offers a youthful bustle and the holy inspirative atmosphere in Máriabesnyő shrine offers a spiritual subsidence.
Gödöllő is the town of parks, parklands, statues and monuments. Walking the parks you will come across the statues of numerous famous people born in Gödöllő, motifs symbolising eternal human values such as the World Peace Memorial, the Tree of Life (Világfa) as well as the Park for National Integration, which symbolises the across border national integrity of Hungarians all over the world.
Gödöllő organizes a number of cultural happenings, a lot of which recall the most important historical happenings of the town. The Feast Day of Saint Anthony and the Baroque Days at the Castle commemorate Antal Grassalkovich I. who built the royal castle. The Baroque weekend in August commemorates the visit of Queen Mary Therese in Gödöllő.
The era of kings and queens and the most beloved Hungarian queen, Sisi, who spent more than 2000 days in Gödöllő, is commemorated by Violet Day (the queen's favourite flower), Coronation Weekend, Hunters' Day and the Advent Castle Days. The beautiful Assembly Hall hosts the International Harp Festival and the List Festival which have been organized with great success for the past few years. With its unique stage technique, the Baroque Theatre hosts numerous theatrical performances that are very popular with theatre and opera goers. A prestigious ceremony has been organised for twenty years to commemorate the Soviet exodus and the end of the Soviet regime in Hungary. This ceremony is held at the Tree of Life (Világfa) erected in "Alsópark" (the nether park of the castle) on the occasion of the Hungarian Independence Day.
The thematic itineraries and walking routes for sight seeing are to help the visitor discover Gödöllő's values on the whole and explore one specific topic (such as the Queen Elizabeth route).
Gödöllő is a town for lovers of art, history and literature so it is no surprise that everybody will find his/her interest: lovers of art and literature will find unique art experiences, and those interested in Queen Elizabeth's legendary life or the history of Hungarian scouting will also be offered possibilities to explore history. Pilgrims are welcome at Virgin Mary shrine to discover a special spiritual experience. The Marian Route starting from Budapest and crossing Gödöllő for a stop at Máriabesnyő's Basilica Minor is an exceptional spiritual adventure. A special event here is Passion on Palm Sunday, the ceremony organised for the reception of the Bethlehem Flame arriving to Besnyő on the first day of Advent.
The green environmental circle that surrounds Gödöllő is one that will be protected prior to everything as Gödöllő is a green town. The villages in Gödöllő's micro-region offer a wide variety of possibilities to explore nature, folk art and historical sites.
Travel to Gödöllő from Budapest only takes 30 minutes by car and 45 minutes by the suburban train. Ferihegy Airport is only a 20-25 minutes drive from Gödöllő, shorter than from Budapest, the capital of Hungary.
Gödöllő and its micro-region abound in restaurants and confectionaries that welcome the visitor both with national as well as international cuisine. For those who would like to spend more time here in Gödöllő there are accommodation facilities ranging from student hostels to hotels and private accommodations.
Have a wonderful time, enjoy your stay in Gödöllő!
Dr. György Gémesi
Mayor of Gödöllő
|2100 Gödöllő, Dózsa György út 8.|
|+36 28 515 280|
|+36 28 410 570|
More than a library’ – announces the slogan of the Municipal Library of Gödöllő. The building has a three-part function in the town’s life: A library with 118,000 volumes, an up-to-date institution providing information services and a beloved meeting place of the citizens. The library’s offers are enriched by exhibitions and literary and art events as well. The speciality of the collection is the material of the Scout Library and Archives (1913-1948) available to public and researchers.
|2146 Mogyoród, Hungaroring út 10.|
|+36 28 441 951|
|+36 28 441 961|
|2146 Mogyoród, Hungaroring út 10.|
|+36 28 444 444|
|+36 28 441 860|
35 years has passed since the Hungaroring was opened in 1986 between the hills of Mogyoród nearby the beautiful Hungarian capital city. A race track from nowhere started to operate at that time in one of the most professional sports of the world, in Formula 1. Hungaroring has been part this prestigious championship series for 35 years now, it is still special as the second behind Monza to have continuously featured in the F1 race calendar.
The great race tracks of the world, among them Hungaroring in the past three and a half decades, are not only to host the world championships and, as their capacity allows, provide opportunity to practice for those passionate about motorsports, but to serve as a sort of think tank hub of the automotive life of the given country.
It is not possible to over-emphasise, acknowledge and praise Hungaroring as one of the twenty-some race tracks that hold the permission to host a world championship run. It is a privilege that requires constant effort and the delivery of the best in everything – and this is exactly what we do.
Apart from Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix we host such world races as the FIA’s World Touring Car Cup, including not only regular Hungarian participants, but a World Cup winner as well in Norbert Michelisz. We can also mention the worthy popular European Truck Racing Championship series with another Hungarian great driver, two-time European Champion Norbert Kiss.
Hungaroring is the motorsport centre of Hungary, offering great opportunities not only to those who love cars and motorbikes but also for those who are passionate about speed: they can practice in the Driving Centre operating within our premises or enjoy formula car adventure drives…
Our race track is alive and moves forward dynamically. Come and experience it yourself!
|2182 Domonyvölgy, Fenyő utca 47.|
|+36 28 576 510|
|+36 28 576 511|
An excursion and event centre in Domonyvölgy, 5 kms from the town of Gödöllő. Guests are awaited with a horse show evoking the tradition of Hungarian horsemanship, a horse cart ride in the forest, a petting zoo and delicious Hungarian cuisine with live Gipsy music.
The 9-hectare park and the three different taverns of the coach driving Champion Lázár brothers provide an excellent venue for team building programmes and unforgettable weddings.
|2100 Gödöllő-Máriabesnyő, Kapucinusok tere 3.|
|+36 28 420 176|
|+36 28 510 742|
The Mater Salvatoris House of Retreat and Convention Centre is open every day of the year to guests seeking spiritual renewal through their own planned activities. Accommodation and catering needs can be met on an individual basis.
|2100 Gödöllő, Szabadság út 6.|
|+36 28 514 130|
The Gödöllő House of Arts, the region’s theatre and cultural centre offers its guests a selection of programmes. A City Centre Ticket Office and Information Point provides details about national and internationally events alike, for which tickets can be purchased there. The House of Arts’ theatre hall, conference room and minor halls make it an excellent venue for business meetings, exhibitions and events.
|2100 Gödöllő, Martinovics Ignác utca 2/a.|
|+36 20 415 0063|
Palm House Garden Store and Herbarium located in the castle park of the Royal Palace of Gödöllő was opened to the public on 29 August 2015.
In the second half of the 19th century, in the days of Queen Sissi, the historic building gardening activities that ended World War. he building became completely abandoned and ruined; renovation started in the following decade, then in August 2015 a new, garden store was and that evoke luxurious royal times.
Garden can find everything in the nursery from flowering perennial to ornamental trees. The pcularity of the garden is the six sample gardens designed in different styles that aim to promote garden culture.
the left wing of the Palm House, a greenhouse welcomes indoor plant lovers. The right wing hosts a Herbarium furnished in baroque style where visitors can choose a wide of artisan teas, marmalades, syrups, spices and cosmetic products.
Besides the wonderful, royal environment, regular events the Palm House more information our Facebook page .
|2114 Valkó, Szabadság út 223.|
|+36 28 572 020|
|+36 28 572 021|
The Gödöllő Arboretum was founded by Archduke Josef in 1902 as a parkland. The arboretum is 350 hectares, 40 hectares of which are park designed primarily for leisure. In the collection near Gödöllő, in the direction of Isaszeg there are currently 147 fir trees and seed producing plants, alongside 875 different types of dense greenery and shrubs. The arboretum is open all year round and has no admission fee, the Pilisi Parkerdő Co. is responsible for its maintenance.
|Vácrátót, Alkotmány út 2-4, 2163|
|(06 28) 360 122|
|2112 Veresegyház, Patak u. 39.|
|+36 20 593 8113|
The Bear Farm of Veresegyház welcomes everybody in a beautiful natural environment. In the zoo beside bears you can find plenty of wolves and every weekend we invite you for a wolf feeding show. A petting zoo, a playground and a little football pitch await the children in the Joy Park.
|2100 Gödöllő, Szabadság tér 5.|
|+36 28 422 002|
|+36 28 422 003|
The permanent exhibitions present an image of how the original Reformed farmers living near the castle, the Catholic workers settling in the 18th century, the merchants arriving in the middle of the 19th century, and the artists moving here in the time of the Dualismlived.