Did you know that Vác has monuments and exhibitions which are unique in the country?

Thanks to the fortunate location of the town, it offers numerous options to spend free time actively.

Either you are interested in culture and history or sports, hiking and cycling, Vác and the surrounding area is an ideal place for the whole family in every time of the year.


Monuments Vác and the surroundings
Danube Bend
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Greek Church

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 19.
+36 30 555 7620
The Greek Church was built by the South Slavic community, which settled down in Vác in the 1790's.

Nowadays, the historic building of the Greek Church is an exhibiton hall of the Tragor Ignác Museum. The building is accessible either through the courtyard of 19 Március 15. square or through Katona Lajos street.
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The Crypt of St. Michael’s Church

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér közepe
+36 30 555 7620
Archeological exhibition in the late crypt of St. Michael’s Church (in the middle of Március 15. Square).Before the renovation of the Main Square there was a thorough excavation. As a result precious ruins and finding were found.
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2600 Vác, Március 15. tér
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2600 Vác, Duna-part
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2600 Vác, Géza király tér
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Baptist Church of Vác

2600 Vác, Mentős köz
The first modern Baptist community was founded in 1604, in Amsterdam. In Hungary they started to found communities in the 1870’s . The denomination has now 13 million members. There is a Baptist community since the beginning of 1958. The current church was built, from the plans of the architect István Kovács, between 1999 and 2004 by the Baptist community.
The church is east-western orientated, a modern building complex and fulfils the expectations of the 20th century. The church has room for 330 people. The chapel is also a community house and is a popular location for musical events, youth meetings, and weddings. There is also a flat for the janitor inside the building.
The church can be visited all year long after a prior arrangement
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Bishop's Palace

2600 Vác, Migazzi tér 1.
Opposite the Cathedral stands the Bishop’s Castle, surrounded by prebendal buildings and ecclesiastical, educational institutes.
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2600 Vác, Argenti Döme tér
The typical example of the calvary-architecture was built in 1726 from the donations of János Schick. In the fortress-like building on the top of the hill is the Holy Grave Chapel, starting there you can see the 14 Stations of the Cross.
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2600 Vác, Konstantin tér
The Cathedral is a historic building. This bishopric church has been the fourth one since the foundation of the bishopcy.
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Cházár András EGYMI - former royal institute for hearing impaired

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 6.
The core of the building consists of two medieval houses, and received its final form after several expansions.
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