Füzér Castle Ruins

Füzér, Hungary

The ruins of Füzér Castle stand on a solitary rock cone at the edge of the village. It was built by the designs of 'Blind' Anoronicus at the beginning of the 13th century and expanded in the 14th and 15th centuries. The castle was ruined at the end of the 18th century. Its architectural characteristics include stone remains in lace form. The entire castle hill is a protected historic site with protected plants and animals. The reconstruction of the castle has only lately begun in earnest. A significant part of the castle walls are standing, the most in tact is its beautiful, two-store Gothic chapel and renewed shingle roof structure. The renewed casle chapel was inaugurated in 2002.

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Vár utca 20, Füzér, Hungary
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Founded: 13th century
Category: Ruins in Hungary

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gotohungary.com
www.fuzer.hu

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4.7/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Maria C (10 months ago)
From the car park under the Castle Hill, it is a comfortable 15-minute walk up to the castle gate. From here, a steep, rocky path with steps and a wooden path leads to the castle. With resting places. It is advisable to wear comfortable shoes. The castle is beautifully restored with information and thematic exhibitions in every part. Beautiful views. Very beautiful and well worth a visit.
Peter Stewart (11 months ago)
Easy to walk to the top, Castle is very well renovated and up to 2021 standars. They speak English,Hungarian,Spanish and German. Also every room has the displays written in these languages also. A bit pricey to enter, but worth the view and experience
Norbert Fekete (12 months ago)
The most beautiful castle/fortress I have ever seen. Exiting and nicely restaurated.
Ignác Csősz (12 months ago)
We arrived just in time for the guided tour. The guide was very prepared and was happy to answer all of our questions. She even let us to stay a bit longer than the official opening times. The renovation looked nice and they tried to recreate the original 18th century look by using the detailed inventory letters and books from that time
Ákos Kriston (13 months ago)
It was renovated and rebuild. The infotainment is multilingual and they offer programs for kids also.
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