Eger Tourism & Travel Guide

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Budapest
Budapest is the capital of Hungary and a beautiful city that took my breath away instantly. It has bustling markets, bea...
Kraków
This post is one of the most difficult post I ever had to write because I don’t know If I can do justice to the place, t...
Bratislava
The first time I went to Bratislava, I didn’t have high expectations. After four days spent in this city - I had to admi...
Zakopane
Two hours (100 kms) south of Krakow, Zakopane is a popular resort town with the Poles, both in summer and winter. Set in...

About Eger

Eger in Hungary is, yet again, inimitable in itself. Well-known as a wine growing center, its thermal baths and Turkish Minaret reflect the 91 years of Ottoman rule (1596-1687). In around 1000 AD, St. Stephen, first king of Hungary, founded a bishopric in Eger. The town’s religious importance led to the construction of a castle for its protection in 1248, built around a Romanesque cathedral. The castle, famous for repelling the Turks’ attack during the Siege of Eger (1552), is in ruins today. The Romanesque church no longer exists. Instead, the classical 19th Century Eger Basilica in the town center stands grand and towering, surrounded by numerous later churches.
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