Things to see
Bakony is a mountainous region in Transdanubia, located north of Lake Balaton and lies almost entirely in Veszprém county. Limestone and dolomite constitute most of the Bakony, which range from 700 to 2,300 feet (210 to 700 meters). Ászár and it’s surroundings are often called the “gates” of Bakony since they lie just north of Bakony, while Vértes another north-western mountain range is also only a few kilometers away. Both mountain ranges offer a wide variety of tracking, hiking routes ranging from scenic routes and popular paths to more challenging terrain.
house of JÁSZAI MARI
ÁSZÁR MINI SKANZEN
The mini-scanzen was built on the square next to the Jászai Mari Memorial House in Ászár onn a green area of almost one hundred and fifty square meters. Using twenty-two building mock-ups (replicas) it presents the folk architecture of Transdanubia and the Bakony region. The twenty-two buildings, include residential houses, a windmill, a blacksmith, a church, a reduced replica of the church.
Chapel in jásd
mini-hungary in kisbér
In the Mini-Hungary park in Kisbér visitors can see real-life models of famous Hungarian buildings such as the Szeged Cathedral, the Cifra-Palace in Kecskemét, the Eger Castle, the Sopron Fire Tower, the Abbey of Tihany or the Hortobágy Nine-Hole Bridge. Beside these there’s a number of region and the county, such as the Esztergom Basilica, the Tatabánya Market Square or the Tata Castle.