Zalakaros GyógyfürdőGranite spa and thermal baths
    Guests can choose from among the almost 4000 m2 of total pool surface according to their needs and goals. Those who wish to cure themselves can opt for the sitting pools with 32-36 C° medicinal or thermal water, those wishing to relax will like the thermal pools, while the sport lovers can enjoy the strung water sport swimming pool and the first indoor waterpark of Hungary opened in March of 1999. The waterpark offers true water adventures with 10 different attractions and a pleasant atmosphere.

    Located in Zalakaros, Thermál u. 4.


    Thúry György Museum
    The exhibition of the museum entitled “Memories of the Past” presents the archaeological findings of the regions, folklore mementoes as well as the interiors of 19-20th Century workshops, stores and houses. The fine arts collection of the museum is also impressive.

    Amongst others the reconstructed grave of a man from the Avar Age has been displayed along with New Stone Age, Bronze Age and Roman settlement findings from archaeological digs. The ethnographic collection displays the interiors of two rooms: one from a house in Zalakomárom and the other is the room of a Croatian house. The pieces of pottery masters along with woven and embroidered textiles are also exhibited. The part of the museum introduce local history; lovely interior dioramas show certain workshops, pharmacies and residential homes used to function in Nagykanizsa at the turn of the 19-20th Centuries.

    Located in Nagykanizsa, Fő út 5.

    The “Kiskastély” Manor – The House of Arts / Poster Museum
    Across the entrance in the courtyard of the house under Erzsébet tér 15 is a beautiful Neo-classicist manor. It was built in 1874 as the holiday home of Mária Krausz. Leading up to World War II it was in the ownership of the mushroom merchant László Lázár. The building was renovated in 1996 and assumed its new role as a gallery. The permanent exhibition houses the paintings of Erzsébet Brunner Sass and Erzsébet Brunner (mother and daughter) on the East, since they found their new home in India. The lifelong work of painter István Z. Soós, born in Nagykanizsa but living in Kaposvár, is also displayed here.

    Located in Nagykanizsa, Erzsébet tér 15.


    Nagyatád GyógyfürdőMedicinal spa and baths
    The baths opened in 1989. It is modern and has been built to fulfil every need to be able to relax through its calming environment. It is listed among the most beautiful and pleasant baths of Hungary. It is located in the northern part of the town, about 1000 metres from the medicinal spa. Sprawling on 6 acres of land, the baths provide ample area for holidaymakers, sunbathers, and sports lovers. The baths have four pools.

    Located in 7500 Nagyatád, Zrínyi u. 75.

    Military Park and Museum of Military Technology
    The Club for pensioners and friends of the 69th tank Regiment has established a military park and museum in Nagyatád in order to be able to display the history of the Hungarian Army from 1848 to the present days through the vast collection of technical and material objects they have accumulated.

    Located in the heart of the town of Nagyatád, on the eastern side of Széchenyi-tér, behind the Roman-Catholic church.

    International Wood-Carving Creative Establishment and Sculpture Park
    The first creative season of the International Wood-Carving Creative Establishment in Nagyatád began on 1 June, 1975. Until 1988, every summer saw a number of Hungarian and foreign artist come here and add some pieces to the outdoor collection of the Sculpture Park. In the years following, the creative season was dependent on available financing. It is the Local Government of the town of Nagyatád who is currently funding the upkeep of the Sculpture park and are able to organise the creative season through tenders of the Ministry of National Cultural Inheritance.

    Located in Nagyatád, Göröndi út


    Vilma House
    The Vilma House is one of the great prides of Somogyszob, being the oldest intact residential house of the town. The house was reconstructed in 2003. The house is surrounded by a wooden fence and a large courtyard. Inside we can see the smoky kitchen with oven in its original condition along with the old kitchen utensils. The kitchen is suitable for preparing old-fashioned oven-baked foods, so we can experience the preparation methods of some typical dishes. One of the rooms is furnished with old folk furniture and objects, while the other room has been turned into a workshop where visitors can learn the techniques of weaving, pottering, etc. – with notice given in advance.

    LÁBOD (Petesmalom)

    Otter Park
    The lake network of Petesmalom, which provides a natural habitat for the characteristic wildlife of the region, looks back upon a 100-year-old past. Since the lake and forest habitats meet here, there is a great variety of species present. The bird-spotting outlooks that have been set up near the lakes will surely offer a unique experience for the visitors. Song birds live in the reeds, blackbirds and blue herons can often be seen; but the patient tourist may even spot the protected white-tailed eagle or the black stork. The significant population of marbled teal reaches the western limit of its European presence here. A major population of the European pond turtle along with a number of amphibious species can be found here.

    Located in Lábod - Petesmalom


    Csíky Gergely SzínházThe Csiky Gergely Theatre
    The Csiky Gergely Theatre stages classic pieces, works by contemporary artists as well as prosaic and musical plays. In addition to the performances on the big stage, they also do experimental plays on the studio stage.

    Located in Kaposvár, Rákóczi tér 1.

    Rippl-Rónai Memorial Museum
    József Rippl-Rónai, an outstanding figure of Hungarian painting, lived in the Rome Manor. The rooms hold the painter’s own furniture and 80 of his pictures, reflecting the original state of the building well. The Rippl-Rónai paintings fall under the ownership of the Rippl-Rónai Museum in Kaposvár. These 80 paintings offer an insight into every period of the painter.

    Located in Kaposvár, Róma-hegy