Sights / Nearby Attractions
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www.kosd.hu
Kosd is in the east from Dunakanyar and it lays near the feet of Naszály.
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www.csovar.hu
The village is situated 19 kms away from Vác.
Lies at the foot of the mountain Börzsöny close to the Naszály hill.
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www.penc.hu
Penc is a small village 40 kilometres away from Budapest.
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www.rad.hu
Rád is between Vác and Acsa and it lays on the south-western feet of Cserhát. The village is a good place to hike or to go cycling. There are a lot of forests for the guest hunters.
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perocsenybaratai.hu
Perőcsény is in the northern part of Pest county. The village has a more than 700 years old past and it was a popular fair city. It is 100 kilometres away from the capital city.
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www.puspokhatvan.hu
Püspökhatvan is in the north-eastern part of Pest county. There is a lake nearby which is a perfect place to relax. You can go hiking in the mountains, too.
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Acsa

www.acsa.hu
Acsa lies at the foot of the Cserhát hills by the upper River Galga in Pest County, near to the border with Nógrád County.
The village has excellent natural conditions and a landscape of unparalelled beauty.
The place is found 60 km away from Budapest, 25 from Vác, 35 from Balassagyarmat.
Following the Turkish invasion the Prónay family settled in Acsa. Members of the family had important posts in religion and politics. Due to their money and influence they played an important role in the prosperity of Acsa and it's surroundings.
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Bernecebaráti

www.bernecebarati.hu
Bernecebaráti is a village in the northernmost of Pest county, Hungary. It is in a beautiful environment between Börzsöny and Ipoly.
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Dunakeszi

www.dunakeszi.hu
Dunakeszi and Vác are connected through the Danube and the railway as well. Significant changes happened in the life of the town when the railway traffic started. A small neighbour town Alag, exists as a part of the town nowadays, is famous for its nice Roman style church from the 13. century. The only one Hungarian racehorse training yard is situated here. Alag is very proud of its race horsing traditions.
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Fót

www.fot.hu
The town is settled on the Pesti Plain, at the boarder of the Gödöllő-Hillside, in the suburban area of the capital. The main attraction of the town is the roman-catholic church; in romantic style, a work of the famous architecture, Ybl Miklós. Further sights of Fót are the Károlyi Residence (Vörösmarty tér 2.), the Fáy vine-press house (at the foot of Somlyó Hill), Németh Kálmán's Memory House (Béke u. 31.).
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