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Historical monuments

In terms of monuments, Sopron is the second richest town in the country. It would thus be difficult to list them all here, but we offer enquirers a little appetiser!
Petőfi Theater

Petőfi Theater

Located in Sopron town centre, on Petőfi Square. Originally erected in 1840, the building owes its present form to reconstructions by István Medgyaszay in 1909. »

Old Casino

Old Casino

The building dates from 1789. Nine year old Ferenc Liszt gave a concert here in 1820. »

Kossow House

Kossow House

This building was also reconstructed during the Baroque period, and at this time the large anteroom on the first floor above the doorway was installed, a characteristic of Baroque townhouses in Sopron. »

Post Palace

Post Palace

The hall is covered with a 14 metre wide reinforced concrete framework with broken lines, the gaps between the struts being filled in with a glass roof. »

Storno House

Storno House

One of the finest buildings in Sopron, the Storno House is the jewel of the Main Square. The Sorno collection of Sopron Museum is to be found on the second floor of the magnificent two-storey Baroque palace-like corner house. »

Zichy-Meskó Palace

Zichy-Meskó Palace

The main feature of the palace is two massive enclosed balconies spanning two storeys. »

Two Moors House

Two Moors House

The finest of the gable-ended farmhouses perpendicular to the street, the ornamental Baroque gate of which is borne by “Moorish” servants standing on twisted columns. »

Town Hall

Town Hall

The present building was erected in 1896. The picturesque Baroque houses standing on the site were demolished in 1893. »

Iron House

Iron House

The Forum Scarbantia exhibition is to be found in the basement, displaying finds from excavations of the Roman forum. »

General’s House

General’s House

The building was once the residence of Dr. Kristóf Lackner (1571-1631), a famous mayor of the town. »

County Hall

County Hall

This two-storey classicist building once housed the County Hall. »

Chapter House

Chapter House

This magnificent, two-storey late Renaissance palace was erected in 1650. It was commissioned by town clerk István Vitnyédi. »

Cézár House

Cézár House

Within these walls, the parliamentary upper house assembled to elect the palatine in 1681. »

Eggenberg House

Eggenberg House

The Lutherans of Sopron held their services in the famous arcaded courtyard of the building between 1674 and 1676. »

Fabricius House

Fabricius House

A curiosity of the building on the Main Square is that archaeologists have discovered the remains of Roman baths underneath the house. At present it houses three exhibitions. »

Gambrinus House

Gambrinus House

This building was the Town Hall until the 15th century. »

Firewatch Tower

Firewatch Tower

Who would not be familiar with the Firewatch Tower? The symbol of Sopron, one of the best-known buildings in the country, from the balcony of which there is an unequalled view over the town! »

Bezerédj House

Bezerédj House

Located in Templom Street, the Baroque building of the Bezerédj Palace was built around 1710 on mediaeval foundations. This is today one of the finest Rococo palaces in Sopron. »

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    • Themed walking tours in Sopron

      Themed walking tours in Sopron

      We warmly invite individuals and groups to discover Sopron's charms and secrets through our six themed walking tours. »

    • Sightseeing train in Sopron

      Sightseeing train in Sopron

      With sightseeing train our guests can discover on city tours the sights of Sopron. »