The town centre is 3-4 km far from Hotel, there is a built cycle path towards to the city.
If claimed, we can assure you tickets for the performances of the Orosháza Cultural Days.
Our guests can get to the performances by means of our transfer.
For those who want to relax and refresh themselves, we can recommend the medicinal and adventure spa in Gyopárosfürdő with its outdoor and indoor adventure pools, water slide park, children’s pools, 50 m stretched water-surfaced pool, a sauna park made up of 8 cabins, as well as its wide range of wellness facilities, like sunbeds, massage, pedicure, beauty treatments, tennis and beach volleyball courts.
Nature tours by carriage / Hot-air ballooning depending on nice weather
In the south-eastern part of Hungary, in Békés county, between Orosháza and Békéscsaba, on the confines of the small town of Csorvás you can get to know with Eszter farm which recalls the atmosphere of farm life with the surrounding forest and its 81-year-old mulberry tree.
For the visitors and guests it offers the opportunity to organize family, friendly and professional meetings and programs.
Accessibility: from Orosháza on main road nr. 47 towards Békéscsaba. GPRS coordinates: turn-off at 150 km: 46 degrees 38' 22" N ; 20 degrees 50' 52" E.
The White Lake, which is part of the Körös- Maros National Park, is an international bird reserve, hatching place and migration meeting-point.
Besides visiting the museum formed out of the farmhouse, you can walk around the lake and in its surroundings with a tourist giude. You can admire the rare, protected birds, the Proto-Hungarian species living on the Vásárhelyi steppe: the racka sheep flock and the grey cattle herd.
Visiting the Hungarian Royal National Horse-breeding Estate founded during the reign of Francis Joseph I is similar to a smaller time travel.
The journey there takes about 35-40 minutes from Gyopárosfürdő. A whole-day trip is a pinch of history. You can meet the past and present of the estate accompanied by a tourist guide (in English language, if claimed). You can visit the only carriage museum of Hungary, see the famous Nonius horses of Mezőhegyes at the indoor riding hall, and at the end of the program you can take part in a horse program the level of which matches your experience, knowledge and courage.
Standing near the Mágocs brook, this two-storey residence with an U-shaped layout was built by count Imre Károlyi in 1896-1897, in eclectic neobaqroue style. Part of the residence and the subsidiary buildings (equerry, gloriett, boat-house, doorman’s house, church) were desidned by Miklós Ybl. The picturesque atmosphere of the arboretum-like park is emphasized by the 10 acre lake, too, with a resting-place on the far side. On the other side of the lake in front of the building there is a fountain decorated with a baroque sculptural group depicting the rape of the Sabine women. The original of the artificial stone sculpture is probably somewhere in Austria. In front of the main entrance of the building a nice little sculpt welcomes the guests: he is the Fishboy made of marble. It is worth seeing the interior of the residence, the hall, the winter garden, the library and the salon. To visit the building guests need to register beforehand.
The park, established in the 1700s is connected to the Bolza, a family of Italian origin. The area of the famous Pepi garden is about 82 acres and 40 of which are open to public.
The trip to the Arboretum from Orosháza takes about 35-40 minutes, a local tourist guide introduces the guests to the history of the garden, the exceptional plant communities, and they can get an insight into the life of the 18th century rural aristocracy as well.
After the walk there is an opportunity to take an one-hour-long boat trip on the backwater of the Körös river. While travelling on the pleasure boat called Katalin II, you can see the castles of the Körös bank as well as the singular giant plants and trees recalling tropical atmosphere.
Facultative programs: the centre of Historical Hungary is not so far from arboretum. To go there you can use the tourist path. By the monument there is a hundred years old windmill, and 17 members sculpture group commemorating for the peace treaty.
You can find a monument of exceptional value in Óföldeák. This is the only gothic church of the Southern Great Plain: the fortress church was built around 1400.
The medieval Földeák was named after Deacon Philippus who was invited by bishop Gellért in 1035 to help him organize the Csanád diocese. The Árpád Age and the medieval Földeák, the present Óföldeák, was swept away by a flood in 1845. On a map of Hungary drawn by scribe Lázár around 1528 one can see the layout of the church in Földeák, as well as the ditch around it. Most of it has endured till today, the medieval centre of the church building was probably built in the second half of the 15th century. One thing is sure: in 1429 there was already a church.
The area is the most populated Hungarian hatching place and habitat of the biggest bird in Europe. Out of the 22 species of the bustard only two are native in Europe, they live in Spain, the successor states of the Soviet Union and Hungary. To protect most of the Hungarian stock, in 1975 the Dévaványa Landscape Protection Area was established.
The exhibition of the bustard protection station built in a style recalling folk art in 1979 shows the features of this endangered species, its European and Hungarian permeation. In the yards near the building you can see the 15-16 kg male and the 4-6 kg layer birds. On the gallery of the exhibition room a collection of the flora, the fauna and the folk traditions of the Sárrét and the Nagykunság area can be seen.
The windmill of Szentes-Donát: The first windmills of Hungary were built in the early 18th century. The Dutch-type turreted windmill spread in the country in 1790-1800. Most of the windmills were built on the Great Plain, the area between the Danube and the Tisza which lacks water-course. The outdoor ethnographical collection includes the windmill of Szentes, which was built by a farmer in 1866-67.
The Piti Windmill of Szentes: The mill built in the 1870s worked from the ’30s without a sail-arm, was run by a petrol engine and worked as a grinder. Its two pairs of stones were run by an 8 horse-power Hungarian National Astra engine, which is still exhibited in the engine-house near the building. The mill was degraded in the ’80s: from an industrial monument it was turned into a garden decoration.
The Fishermen House of Csongrád: until the last few decades fishery played a great role in the lives of the inhabitants of Csongrád. Fishermen lived in the so called „inner town” on the riverbank, where Tisza-boatmen, shipbuilders and diggers used to live. They had no land or owned a small vineyard or allotment, that is why their old houses made of soil endured till the 1950s. In the 1960s the National Memorial Inspectorate preserved 17 traditional houses in Csongrád’s inner town. They could not be moved, so ethnographers chose another inner town house to take into the outdoor collection of the memorial park.
The adobe house with its wooden chimney is a good example of the typical room-kitchen-patio design houses of the 19th century fishermen and diggers. The furniture of the room is characteristic of the 1910s. In the patio you can see typical fishing tools: a fish-basket, nets and other objects.
The Dome of Szeged
The dome is the most characteristic building of the cityscape, the most monumental creation of the 20th century Hungarian church architecture, the fourth biggest church in the country. It used to be the historical centre of the city. The votive church is the determining building of the square. The Szeged Outdoor Festival is held there every summer, too.
The Museum of Móra Ferenc
The authority of the museum was established by its famous directors: János Reizner, István Tömörkény and Ferenc Móra. You can see archeological, historical, natural science and art exhibitions.
The White Lake of Szeged
The 14 square metres White Lake is part of the Kiskunság National Park (KNP). You can see island-like proto-saline habitats in small areas, on other parts fish-ponds were established. It is characterized by a rich avifauna, about 280 species were recognized to nest, migrate and winter on the White Lake, some of which are really rare birds.
The Game Preserve of Szeged
You can see the animals of Hungary and far countries as well in the spacious runners located according to continents. Some species can only be seen here in Hungary: the dog-hyena or the water roe. On the 4.5-acre-big South American exhibition you can see maned wolves, in the lakes water-pigs are swimming.
The University Botanical Gardens
The arboretum is the most varied part of the 17.5-acre botanical garden. More than 1000 trees and bushes are cultivated here, from these the pine-tree collection is the most attractive – the oldest South Chinese pine-tree can be seen here.
The Castle of Gyula
The gothic turreted castle was built between 1403-1445. It contains the most intact gothic dwelling-palace, a chapel and a castle bath. In summers the castle gives place to theatrical performances.
Near the castle thermal wells were found and so the former riding hall was turned into swimming pools. This way the castle bath is an important part of the building. You can see exhibitions in the castle nowadays that take you to the medieval history of the building and show the daily life of the Reneissance period, too.
The yard of the castle is the scene of the best known theatrical performance series in summers.
The Memorial House of Ferenc Erkel
The museum was arranged in Ferenc Erkel’s (1810-93) house of birth which was built in 1795. You can see the personal belongings, documents and photos of the Erkel family as well as the harmonium and the handwritten scores of the composer.
The visitors can get an insight into the living conditions of the Erkel family, too. They can see the reconstructed kitchen they used but they can also look over the life of the composer and his sons’ musical activities as well.
The Hundred-Year-Old Confectionery
The Hundred-Year-Old Confectionery was furnished by its first owner, András Salis in 1840. By now, its original furniture was restored, other rooms were furnished and the free-chimney confectionery museum was developed.
Unchanged for one and a half century, the furniture of the corner-room of the confectionery is an art relic, the two parlours opening from this room were furnished according to the original pattern with Biedermeier pieces. In the corridor a small exhibition of tools from the old sweetshop can be seen. The confectionery recalls the world of the mid-19th century. Although it is getting older, the name remains. Earlier (for 100 years) its name was Reinhardt Confectionery after the owner in the mid-19th century.
This is the home of the unique Feszty panorama, the scene of the first Hungarian parliament led by prince Árpád.
Everyone can take part in a really varied, all-day program during which both the young and the adults can feel themselves great.