Maximálisan elégedettek voltunk mindennel! Külön említést érdemel a személyzet kedvessége, segítőkészsége, az ételek minősége, mennyisége, a pincérek figyelmessége szintén kifogástalan. Reméljük lesz még lehetőségünk visszatérni a szállodába! Köszönjük szépen! Horváth család 2016.03.30
Wonderful landscapes, special attractions: Pannon Observatory, Bakonybél, House of Forests, Zirc, Arboretum
An old dream of the Hungarian nature conservation came true in 1997: a protected ecological system embracing the adjoining area of the Balaton Uplands was established with the connection of the already protected areas which had been separate for a long time.
The initiative of Bakony–Balaton Geopark - the area of which covers partly the National Park - sets the aim of interpreting the geological, natural and cultural values and awakening the consciousness of their social significance. The Bakony–Balaton Geopark became member of the European Geoparks Network and the Global Geoparks Network – assisted by UNESCO in 2012.
Website of the Balaton Uplands National Park: here.
Bakonybél, Pannon Observatory
Astronomical telescope park, shows in a digital planetarium of supreme quality,
interactive exhibitions of space research history.
Visit us and learn about astronomy in an entertaining way!
Reconstruct the copy of Galilei’s telescope, touch real meteorit, watch amusing films projected on a dome surface!
Bakonybél, House of Forests
Forestry and hunting exhibition, wildlife and rocks of the Bakony Hills
The forestry and the nature protection exhibition, established in the granary building of the Benedictine Abbey of the XVIII. century, shows the particular natural values of the High Bakony Protected Landscape Area, the variety of its rocks, the rich flora and fauna of its forests, the interesting work of the hunters, foresters, forest engineers working in the forests, and the traditional wood professions of Bakonybél.
The highest altitude living tree collection in Hungar
The Cistercian order, settled down in 1182 in Zirc, established the highest located living tree-collection of our country. The visitors can enjoy the variety of colours and forms of six hundred species and varieties of shrub or tree. The Cuha Stream crosses the arboretum, nurturing a little pond at the main entrance.