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Jósvafő old town
In the centre of Josvafo you will find a charming regional museum and a medieval reformed church with coffered ceiling.
Here you can arrange horse and carriage tours or horse riding lessons with the 'Hucul', an ancient hardy breed of pony.
A few minutes walk from the guesthouse you will find the beautiful turquoise Tengerszem lake. Fed from an underground river, the lake is a haven for a diverse range of wildlife.
Traditional Hungarian gastronomy and music evenings are offered in an open air setting for groups of up to 10 people.
Caves of Aggtelek
Explore some of the breathtaking natural geological formations in the Baradla-Domica cave system which is over 25km in length. Frequent daily tours are available just a short walk from the guesthouse.
Worlds biggest book
Located in the neighbouring village of Szinpetri, the worlds largest book is housed in a restored 15th Century Mill and is open to visitors.
Trizs regional museum
Opening soon in the nearby village of Trizs; an interactive regional museum, a 'fairytale forest' trail and a barefoot 'mindfulness' walking trail.
Perched over 400m high on a hilltop, the medieval fortress of Szadvar is being slowly restored. It can be visited year round and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
This art exhibition in an old granary features nature themed works of art.
Known for its high water quality, angling and swimming in the summer months can be enjoyed here.
33 beautiful murals created by local Roma artists can be seen in this small village.
This Gothic monastery is one of the most intact Pauline buildings in the country.