Győr Hungary

From the village of Pannonhalma, we are going to the reserved hotel in the city of Győr.

Scenery in the middle of going to Győr.

Scenery on the way going to the city of Győr.

Getting into the city of Győr and arrived at the hotel.

Getting into the city of Győr and arrived at the hotel.

Put luggages in the hotel, we are going out an expedition to the city of Győr at dusk.

Győr Town Map

Győr Town Map

We are going into Baross Gábor Street first.

We are going into Baross Gábor Street first.

Walking through the Baross Gábor Street

Walking through the Baross Gábor Street

—Statue of St. George and the Dragon on Baross Gábor Street

Statue of St. George and the Dragon on Baross Gábor Street

Kazinczy Street, Carmelite Church, Statue of Károly Kisfaludy and the Holy Mary on the Vienna Gate Square.

Kazinczy Street, Carmelite Church, Statue of Károly Kisfaludy and the Holy Mary on the Vienna Gate Square.

The Carmelite Church and the monastery were built between 1721 and 1725. The monastery is a hotel today. In the middle of the Vienna Gate Square stands the bronze statue of the famous writer, Károly Kisfaludy (1788–1830). The Holy Mary stands in an open chapel.

From the Carmelite Church we are walking to Széchenyi Square along the Kazinczy Street.

From the Carmelite Church we are walking to Széchenyi Square along the Kazinczy Street.

Szechenyi Square Győr: Business Center (rodaház) and Open Café Pascucci and Benedictine church of St. Ignatius

Széchenyi Square: Business Center (rodaház) and Open Café Pascucci and Benedictine church of St. Ignatius

Széchenyi tér is the most impressive historic square of city Győr. The Baroque houses were built in the 17th and 18th century. Benedictine church of St. Ignatius was built by the Jesuits in the 17th century.

Mary's column and Iron Log House, Széchenyi Square

Mary’s column and Iron Log House, Széchenyi Square

St. Mary’s column was erected in 1686, commemorating the recapture of Buda from the Turks. Iron Log House; Named after the tree trunks with iron spiked which is under the corner balcony. Now here is the Collection of Patkó Imre.

Left the Széchenyi Square walking Ányos street to the north.

Left the Széchenyi Square, walking to the north along the Ányos street.

We arrived at a bridge called "Kossuth-Híd" over the river of Moson-Danube.

We arrived at a bridge called “Kossuth-Híd” over the river of Moson-Danube.

Kossuth Bridge was named after Lajos Kossuth (1802–1894) who was a Hungarian lawyer, journalist, politician and Governor-President of the Kingdom of Hungary during the revolution of 1848–49.

Confluence of the rivers of Rába and Moson-Danube, Upstream and downstream of the Moson-Danube and Kossuth Bridge

Confluence of the rivers of Rába and Moson-Danube, Upstream and downstream of the Moson-Danube and Kossuth Bridge

The Rába is a river in southeastern Austria and western Hungary and a right tributary of the Danube. It flows into a tributary of the Danube (Mosoni-Duna) in northwestern Hungary, in the city of Győr.

It is past 6:30 p.m. We must come back to the hotel for dinner by 7 p.m.

The next morning, scenery from the hotel room.

The next morning, scenery from the hotel room.

As it is very good weather, we take a walk around the hotel for a while.

own Hall of Győr on the street of St. Stephen (Szent István út).

Town Hall of Győr on the street of St. Stephen (Szent István út). It is one of the most well-known buildings in Győr, built at the end of the 19th century.

Győr [ˈɟøːr] is the most important city of northwest Hungary, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron County and Western Transdanubia region, and—halfway between Budapest and Vienna—situated on one of the important roads of Central Europe. Audi AG subsidiary company has a large factory in Győr, where over 90% of Audi vehicle engines are made here.

Square in front of the Town Hall

Square in front of the Town Hall

Around the Győr railway station. Kids are going to school excursion. "Bye, take care!"

Around the Győr railway station. Kids are going to school excursion. “Bye, take care!”

After this, We are going to the next destination the town of Herend.

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