A short drive from the city proper to the North via two thousand years old Roman ruins,
and you are in the picturesque little town of Szentendre
with art galleries, tiny museums, including that of famous twentieth c. sculptor and potter Margit Kovács, and the outstanding Museum of Miniature Wonders as well as the Serbian Orthodox church, or the smallest synagogue of the country( kép) or the unique Marzipan Museum.. And the place is a veritable „shoppers’ paradise”. Its culinary delights have made the mouths of all visitors water.
Try the famous KORONA restaurant’s unsurpassable Goulash, Fish soup or bean soup, and don’t leave without tasting grandmas’ cottage cheese balls”