Károly Lookout Tower
It is the centre and most visited place of the Park Forest in Sopron, and today it is the second symbol of the town of Sopron after the Fire Tower.
Sopront a „Nemzet Sportvárosa” címhez méltóan igen sokrétű sportélet jellemzi. A város a versenysport mellett a diáksportra, az utánpótlás-nevelésre és a szabadidősportra is nagy hangsúlyt fektet.
Central Mining Museum
The Central Mining Museum opened in October 1957 in the Esterházy Palace in the centre of Sopron. The house of medieval origin at the beginning of Templom Street was the residence of the town captains until 1631.
The Forestry Museum is located a few steps away from Sopron's Main Square in Templom Street, next to the Central Mining Museum.
Cobblestone Children's Museum (Eggenberg House)
The Eggenberg House, located at 12 Szent György Street, a building that has played a significant role in the town's church history, is now home to the Cobblestone Children's Museum.
In the house with its special atmosphere in the Poncichter district housed a bakery as early as the in 16th century. Since 1975the exhibition of the Sopron Museum has been presenting the life of the bakers in Sopron.
Ligneum - visitor centre of the Sopron University
The three-storey visitorcentre, which was awarded with the title ”eco-touristic installation of the year 2013”, introduces you to the fabulous world of forests and to the topic of wood as a raw material.
Kőhalmy Tamás Hunting Museum
It is an admission-free museum in the Sopron Park Forest, which introduces visitors to the natural values and game management of the forest.
Castle Hill Lookout Tower
Surrounded by one of the tallest rampart systems in Europe, the 900-meter-long and 350-meter-wide Iron Age Hill Fort has one of the most beautiful wooden lookouts in Hungary.
Sörházdomb (Beer Hill) Lookout Tower
The Sörházdomb lookout tower is the only one of the Park Forest lookouts that has a bolted wooden structure made of glued brackets, making it an architecturally unique piece.
Béke (Peace) Lookout Tower
The 13-meter-high lookout tower is on the 467-meter-high Poloskásbérc with a 7.4-m walking level.
Magas-bérci Lookout Tower
In the highest point of the Sopron Mountains in Hungary (557 m) you can find this lookout tower built in 2005.
Old Hubertus Lookout Tower
From the lookout in the Dudlesz forest, northwest of Sopron, you will have a unique 360-degree view that includes the Schneeberg, the Forchtenstein Castle and the Lake Fertő among other things.
Gloriette Lookout Tower (Vas Hill)
There was a lookout tower on Vas Hill as early as the early 1900s. Today's lookout tower was opened on the site of the old one in 1989.
Ház Hill Lookout Tower
The 6-meter-high lookout tower built by the villagers has been on the 332-meter-high Ház Hill since 1998.
Kópháza Lookout Tower
The newest lookout point in the Sopron Park Forest is on the vineyard hill in Kópháza, which was created in cooperation with the TAEG Forestry and the Kópháza Council.
The Sopron Petőfi Theatre
It is the most beautiful Art Nouveau building in Sopron, the scene of the Sopron theatre art for more than a century and a half.
Sopron Castle Hill
The hill fort and cemetery of the Sopron Castle Hill located on a 483 m high ridge and surrounded by a 2 km-long rampart is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Hallstatt culture from the Early Iron Age in Hungary.
Pan-European Picnic Memorial Site and Academic Memorial Forest
A defining event in the 20th-century European history took place here, which accelerated the reunification of Europe that had been divided by the Iron Curtain.