The park is located in the Lower Lővérek district of Sopron, with monuments related to the history of the town.
The 17.2-hectare botanical garden is located on the territory of the University of Sopron, in the part bordered by Ady Endre Road–Bajcsy Zsilinszky Street –Honvéd Road –Panoráma Road – Deákkúti Road and has been protected since 1978.
Citadel Park (Traffic Code Park)
The park in Lővérek hosts a Traffic Code training ground, an outdoor training park and a playground as well.
The second longest square in Central Europe is an excellent place to relax and unwind with its shady benches, fountains and playground at the fingertips of the town centre.
One of the oldest public parks in Hungary was named Elizabeth in 1899 in honour of the queen who died a tragic death. The area, which has been protected since 1942, is home to several special plants, an outstanding specimen of sierra redwood, which is the tallest one in Hungary.
The name Ógabona Square, located between the Castle district and Petőfi Square, first appears in the sources in 1400 as the Grain Market (Kornmarkt).
Orsolya Square, one of the oldest squares in Sopron, located in the heart of the town centre, was first mentioned in 1428 as a salt market (Salzmarkt).
In the neighbourhood of the town centre, Paprét (Priests' field) is a green area that is owned by the town of Sopron today, but once belonged to the parish of Saint Michael.
There was once a lake in the middle of the inner city square. The lake, called the Lóúsztató (Horse bath), was drained around 1840, and Sopron's second stone theatre, today's Petőfi Theatre, was built on the northern part of the square. Its transformation into a square began at the time of the construction of Széchenyi Square.
The square is named after the first honorary citizen of Sopron, Count István Széchenyi.
St. Stephen's Park
Not far from the town centre you can find the park around the parish of St. Stephen in the neighbourhood of Kuruc Hill.
The Statue Park on Frankenburg Road is the creation of Terézia and Hermina, two sisters from Sopron.
Coronation Hill recreation park and observation deck
Sopron has a new park. From March 2022, an 8,400 square metre public park is open to visitors with a magnificent panorama, suitable for family programmes and recreation on Coronation Hill.