Vesperm is one of the oldest and most vibrant cities in Hungary. This town is located between Lake Balaton and the Bakony Hills with narrow streets, medieval buildings, historic towers, Hungary’s first church, and summer music festivals. Veszprém becomes an ideal destination for anyone looking for a cultural tourism experience.

The attractions in Veszprem are steeped in culture and history. Veszprem Castle is one of the most important tourist attractions of the city. Church of St. Michael’s Cathedral in the center of the castle grounds is also one of the oldest churches in the country, founded by Queen Gizella in honor of the Archangel Michael. Dubniczay Palace and Archbishop’s Palace are Baroque in style with impressive interiors and massive galleries.

For history buffs, visit the Tejfalussy House, home to the Beatified Gizella Diocese Collection, or the Dezső Laczkó Museum, home to a collection that blends everything from archeology to folk ethnography and even sports history exhibits. For the performing arts, the 100-year-old Petőfi Theater – a cultural center is also a must-see.

With a long tradition of choir and choir festivals, the city of Vesperm boasts a multitude of amateur and professional vocal groups. Each elementary school in the city has its own choir to engage children in regular choir events.

The VeszprémFest street music festival is a popular event that attracts 100,000 visitors over the course of 3 days. This international celebration of local music fills the streets with songs and promotes social engagement and inclusion. The city is also home to the Vivace International Choir Festival, which attracts participants from all over the world.

According to the Internet