Roaming about the streets we reach a gorgeous statuary complex.
The next amaizing architectural landmark we come across is an old and glorious church. Its stone's portal welcomes us.
Then we visit some medieval cobblestones' streets which are rather narrow keeping a particular charm.
This town is indeed one of the best in the Central Europe. I highly recommend it.
Soon we reach an intersting mausoleum.
The architecture here is so spectacular and attractive.
We are lucky to see a group of teenagers dressed up in medieval attires.
Then we draw near to a balcony that seems to be taken out of a fairy-tale.
The plants are not missing, too.
We continue our tour in this wonderful after we drink something outside a tavern.
Here even the banks have the head office in stylish old buildings.
Soon we get to another gorgeous architectural masterpiece that has to be immortalized.
Before we leave this truely urban gem of Pannonia, i snap another photo of my friend Marius that takes on an haughty appearence.
On our way to Balaton, after about one hour of cycling, in a village we suddenly encounter one of the most imposing palaces we have ever seen.
Inside the palace we see a map with the family tree of the noblemen who owned the palace and the surrounding estates.
It's quite a pity that a wing of the palace is in bad condition. The facade needs restoration.
In another chamber we see some hunting trophies.
The lawn is perfect, the architecture is quite astonishing.
To my sheer joy, I run into some fragrant flowers.
I do hope one day I will return to this architectural masterpiece of Pannonia. Sincerely it looks like a palace from the Loire Valley.
But now even the name of the village where this palace is, remains an enigma to me.
So, Hungary is a land of choice.