Beautiful Árpád era churches around Balaton
Tihanyi Apátság is one of Beautiful Árpád era churches around Balaton.

1. Tihanyi Apátság

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I. András tér 1., Tihany, Veszprém megye
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WeLoveBalatonWeLoveBalaton: The view of Lake Balaton is spectacular from the abbey. The crypt containing the tomb of King Andrew I is open to visitors. The abbey has recently hosted exhibitions, concerts and cultural events. Read more.

ecséri templomrom is one of Beautiful Árpád era churches around Balaton.

2. ecséri templomrom

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WeLoveBalatonWeLoveBalaton: The church ruins are located just outside Révfülöp. All that is left is a buttress and a couple of Romanesque arches, but the overall composition of the vine-covered walls is quite romantic. Read more.

Sóstókál templomromja is one of Beautiful Árpád era churches around Balaton.

WeLoveBalatonWeLoveBalaton: To get to the romantic Árpád era church ruins, take a pleasant, 15-minute walk on the dirt path running between Köveskál and Kővágóörs while taking in the beautiful view of the surrounding fields. Read more.

Avasi rom is one of Beautiful Árpád era churches around Balaton.

4. Avasi rom

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WeLoveBalatonWeLoveBalaton: One of the many attractions of scenic Szigliget, the 13th century Avasi church ruins are located in the old cemetery, at the intersection of Iharos Street and Réhelyi Street. Read more.

Zirci Apátság is one of Beautiful Árpád era churches around Balaton.

5. Zirci Apátság

Rákóczi tér, Zirc, Veszprém megye
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WeLoveBalatonWeLoveBalaton: This is one of the prettiest baroque buildings in Hungary, and it's been home to a community of monks since the 18th century. Check out the medieval ruins, the historic library and the arboretum. Read more.

Kisdörgicse Templomrom is one of Beautiful Árpád era churches around Balaton.

6. Kisdörgicse Templomrom

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WeLoveBalatonWeLoveBalaton: Medieval church ruins on three sites await visitors to Dörgicse, in Alsódörgicse, Felsődörgicse and Kisdörgicse. A rest stop has been created near the ruins to accommodate hikers. Read more.