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.
Palace Park and Linden Alley in Nagycenk
The 18th-century baroque garden of the Széchenyi Palace, with its 2,600-meter-long linden alley and the English park established in the 19th century is one of the most beautiful historical gardens in Hungary.
Monument of the Battle of Ágfalva
The monument of the Battle of Ágfalva, which is of outstanding significance in the history of Sopron, can be found at the Károly Hill car park of the Lővérek Adventure Park.
Trianon Memorial Park
In June 2020 the Trianon Memorial Park was opened at the Károly Lookout Tower car park on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Trianon Peace Treaty.
Dalos Stone on the Dalos Hill
The Dalos Stone stands at the footpaths above the Dalos Mountain ski slope at the foot of the TV tower, which is reminiscent of the first Hungarian song contest held in 1863 with the participation of nearly 600 singers.
Memorial of the Battle of Ojtoz
The memorial in the middle of the Ojtoz promenade commemorates the heroism of the Sopron soldiers who fought in the Ojtoz gorge in Transylvania in August 1917.
Széchényi Mausoleum and Graveyard in Nagycenk
The Nagycenk cemetery is among the most significant Hungarian memorial sites, and it is part of the National Graveyard with the Széchenyi Mausoleum and the Széchenyi Sarcophagus.