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Sacral monuments

Get to know the thousand faces of Sopron’s churches; in visiting these you can gain insight into the sacral sights and memorials of this significant historic town.
St. John of Nepomuk chapel

St. John of Nepomuk chapel

There are many unusual historic buildings to be seen in Sopron, each boasting a unique destiny, and yet one emerges from them with its spirited past, the chapel of St John of Nepomuk. »

St. James chapel

St. James chapel

St James’s chapel is a significant example of the transition between the Romanesque and Gothic styles in Hungary. This chapel is one of the oldest mediaeval buildings in Sopron. »

St Michael’s church

St Michael’s church

The old parish church of Sopron stands at the highest point of the town. It was built before the Mongol invasion, being first mentioned in 1278. According to certain suppositions, even King Matthias was present at its consecration. »

Sopronbánfalva Monastery and Retreat Centre

Sopronbánfalva Monastery and Retreat Centre

In picturesque surroundings in the centre of Sopronbánfalva, the former Paulite and Carmelite mountain church of the “Queen of Heaven” is to be found. It is worthwhile visiting this monument with such a labyrinthine past! »

St. Stephen church

St. Stephen church

The church was built during the Second World War on the slopes of Kuruc Hill. It was built to designs by Nándor Körmendy under the direction of master building Antal Rosenstingl of Sopron. »

Synagogue in Paprét

Synagogue in Paprét

Construction of the orthodox synagogue of Paprét was begun in 1891 to designs by János Schiller. »

Ursuline Church

Ursuline Church

The Order of St. Angela came to Sopron in 1747 and built the tiny, original wooden church on this site. »

The dome-church of St György (George)

The dome-church of St György (George)

The dome-church of St György (George) is the hidden church of St György Street, as it fits into the line of the street in the heart of the town centre. »

The church of Mary Magdalene, Bánfalva

The church of Mary Magdalene, Bánfalva

The church of Mary Magdalene is the church of the Sopron-Bánfalva district. Its stylistic features have elements of both Romanesque and early Gothic. »

Reformed church

Reformed church

In the midst of the economic depression, the present church was built to designs by ducal master builder György Hárs, and consecrated on 2 December 1929 by Bishop Dr. Géza Antal. »

Old synagogue

Old synagogue

The Old Synagogue is to be found in a beautiful little street in the historic town centre, in Új utca (New Street), which in contrast to its name is one of the oldest streets in Sopron. It was originally named Zsidó utca (Jews Street), as Jewish f... »

Church of St Margaret of Hungary (Julianeum)

Church of St Margaret of Hungary (Julianeum)

The chapel associated with the parish of St Margaret of Hungary and the parish priest’s residence were set up in a villa in Art Nouveau style, an early work of architect Károly Schármár. »

Church of St John the Baptist (Johannite)

Church of St John the Baptist (Johannite)

Construction of the churches of the Holy Spirit and of St John the Baptist in Sopron is linked with the name of the Johannite order. The exact date for the building of the church of St John the Baptist is unknown. The mediaeval church was presumab... »

Church of St Imre (Emmerich)

Church of St Imre (Emmerich)

The foundation stone of the only church in the northwest section of Sopron was laid in the presence of the faithful on 5 November 1994. »

Catholic Collection

Catholic Collection

The rich materials of the Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Art Collection can be seen in the oratory of the former Ursuline convent, thus rounding off the impression visitors receive of Baroque art in Sopron. »

Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The church was established due to the activities of sisters from the Congregation of Daughters of the Divine Redeemer, who came from Vienna to Sopron in the May of 1863. »

Dominican church

Dominican church

Establishment of the Dominicans in Sopron in 1674 is linked with the name of Erzsébet Batthyány. The church was built between 1719 and 1925 under the direction of Lőrinc Eisenköbl. »

Lutheran Collection

Lutheran Collection

Sopron Lutheran church is one of the earliest, outstanding examples of church buildings erected in Hungary following the Patent of Toleration. Concerts are frequently given on its large, fine-sounding organ. »

Lutheran church

Lutheran church

The Lutheran church can accommodate 3000 believers. It is the third largest Lutheran church in Hungary. Concerts and musical performances are frequently given here. »

Holy Spirit church

Holy Spirit church

The church stands in the part of the historic town centre on the far side of the Ikva Stream. It was probably founded by the Johannites. The building could have been their hospital church, built opposite the hospital itself. »

Benedictine (Goat) church and Chapter hall

Benedictine (Goat) church and Chapter hall

The Sopron Benedictine (form. Franciscan) church consecrated to the Blessed Virgin acquired its present form after a number of major reconstructions. The church is one of the most outstanding examples of 13th century Gothic architecture in Hungary. »

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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. »