Lillafüred est une région administrative de Miskolc. C'est une des attractions touristiques du pays qui offre magnifique environnement naturel. Elle se trouve à la bordure est des Montagnes de Bükk dans la vallée de Szinva. Le Lac Hámori est près de la ville. C'est un lac d'environ 1.5 km de long et 9 m de profondeur.
Miskolc doesn't have an international airport, the nearest ones are in Budapest and Debrecen. The main railway station is Tiszai Station. The city can be reached by train from all the major cities. Miskolc can be reached from the West on Highway M3, which recently reached the city. The easiest way to reach Lillafüred is to take the No. 5 bus from Miskolc. There is a narrow-gauge railway that connects Lillafüred to Miskolc known as the Lillafüredi Állami Erdei Vasút (Lillafüred Forest State Railway). It takes between a half hour and 45 minutes for the train to go between the two major stops. The Miskolc stop is located in Diósgyőr.
is a beautiful hotel with Renaissance restaurant.
between Miskolc-Diósgyőr and Lillafüred with open carriages.
has evolved in travertino (freshwater limestone). Near the cave entrance is the Szinva waterfall. With a height of 20 metres it is the highest in Hungary.
is one of the biggest dripston cave in the region The dripstone cave formed in old limestone. It consists of large chambers and long passages, which are ornamented with a great variety of dripstone formations. The most beautiful dripstone structures are the Mammut's Mouth, Fairyland, Column Hall and Concert Hall. The air in the cave is very clear and has a high humidity. Patients with respiratory illnesses are treated here.
is an archeological findings.
is a thermal bath in a natural cave in Miskolctapolca.
is a medieval castle in the historical town of Diósgyőr. In the northeastern tower there is an exhibition of the history of the castle and the Pauline monastery, a weapons exhibition and the waxworks. The north-western tower functions as a looking-tower, with a view on Diósgyőr and the surrounding hills; on the ground floor there is a small mint where tourists can make commemorative coins with their own hands. The south-western tower is in ruins. One of the main tourist attractions of the castle is a larger waxworks exhibition which is one of the largest waxworks exhibitions of Central Europe. It shows six scenes of everyday life in mediaeval Diósgyőr.
is a valley in Miskolc, near Lillafüred. With an area of 105.801 m² it is the second largest green area of the city after Tapolca-Hejőliget.
is famous for being one of the best secondary schools of the country.
operated by Hungarian State Railways, is the smaller of two railway stations of Miskolc.
Although its official name is Miskolc Városi Vadaspark – "Wildlife Park of Miskolc" – it is actually a zoo because the animals are kept in cages. Today not only local wild animals can be seen here, but exotic animals like camels, monkeys, parrots, tigers, leopards. The zoo has about 500 animals of 95 different species.
is the main organiser of the Miskolc Opera Festival, one of the important cultural events of Hungary.
is a park in Miskolc. This is the third largest park of Miskolc after Tapolca-Hejőliget and Csanyik. There are many sports facilities in the park.
is the largest museum in Miskolc. It has more than 600,000 artifacts. Its main focus is on archaeology, mineralogy, arts, history and ethnography.
is the building of the Béla Bartók Secondary School and the Béla Bartók Music Institute (a faculty of the University of Miskolc). The Palace plays an important role in the cultural life of the city. It has a large concert hall where concerts are regularly held.
is a stream in Northern Hungary, a tributary to the river Sajó. It originates in the Bükk Mountains. It is 30 kilometres long, 20 kilometres of which can be found the city of Miskolc. In Miskolc-Lillafüred the highest waterfalls of the country (20 metres high) can be found on Miskolc. More than 70 bridges were built over the stream.
is one of the two largest shopping malls in Miskolc. It stands in the downtown, not far from its main rival, the Miskolc Plaza. The Szinvapark complex consists of two buildings on the two banks of the stream Szinva. It is connected by a glass-walled bridge – the one on the left side houses most of the mall, including the supermarket and the cinema. The other building is a car park.
operated by Hungarian State Railways, is the largest of two railway stations of the city of Miskolc.
Lake Hámor – Miskolc-Lillafüred
Telephone: 00 36 46 328 010
Opening hours: 10.00 - 18.00 daily, 1 May - 30 September
The trout farm is famous for being the only place in the country where the indigenous trout is bred in a natural environment. From spring to autumn tourists can choose the fish which the local open-air restaurant will prepare for them.
Address: 3517 Miskolc – Lillafüred, Szeleta u. 12.
Phone: +36 30 529-8551
Address: 3517 Miskolc – Lillafüred, Pisztrángtelep
Phone: +36 46 370-922
Address: 3517 Miskolc – Lillafüred, Vadas Jenõ u. 6.
Phone: +36 46 379-380