Explore the treasures of the Zsámbék Basin, taste the finest wines along the Etyek Wine Route, or take a stroll in the Alcsút Arboretum. Herceghalom and its surroundings offer countless activities for both children and adults!

Korda Filmpark

Etyek (12 kms)

The Korda Film Park Visitor Center offers you insider information on how an international film blockbuster is made while providing a fun experience that allows you to peek behind the scenes of the international film industry.

Korda filmpark

Etyek Wine Route

Etyek (10 kms)

Explore the Wine Road, the cellar rows of Körpince, Kecskegödör, and Sóskúti Road, the press houses of Öreghegy and Újhegy, as well as the beautiful vineyards! Enjoy the fine wines, brandies, spirits, and sparkling wines of the wine region. Taste the diverse, unique, and rustic dishes, homemade cheeses, hams, fruit lemonade, chocolates that offer a genuine gastronomic experience. Choose from a selection of handmade local products.

Wine Road Etyek

Vál-Völgy Railway

Felcsút (17 kms)

The Vál Völgy Railway is a narrow-gauge railway line located in Fejér County, between the Puskás Academy in Felcsút and the Alcsútdoboz Arboretum. The railway was built on the former track of the Bicske-Székesfehérvár railway line.
It offers cheerful entertainment for children and provides adults with a meaningful nostalgic experience.

Vál Völgyi railway

Pancho Arena

Felcsút (17 kms)

The Pancho Aréna welcomes its visitors not only for the matches: we are happy to show you the special and exclusive rooms of the stadium, from the grandstand to the dressing room, from the press conference room to the boardroom. You can also visit places that cannot be entered as fans during the matches.

Pancho Arena

Alcsútdoboz Adventure Park

Alcsútdoboz (23 kms)

Anyone can find exciting entertainment : in the Kids’ track heights of 130 cm or under, on the Junior track, those over 130 cm, and on the Adult track, those over 150 cm can experience adventurous sports activities.

Adventure park

Arboretum of Alcsút

Alcsútdoboz (23 kms)

One of the country’s most original and oldest English-style parks offers abundant recreational opportunities in every season. The 40-hectare nature reserve area is a beloved destination for nature enthusiasts, hikers, families, and groups.


Tordas Adventure Village

Tordas (27,5 kms)

The Adventure Village of Tordas welcomes guests on its 8.5-hectare site with its tavern, adventure park, and Western village.

Adventure Village

Driving Camp

Zsámbék (8kms)

Drivingcamp HUNGARY is a unique driving and event center with 5 on-road and 2 off-road challenging modules, offering both entertainment and opportunities for further development of driving skills.

DC Carting

Bicycle Tours in the Zsámbék Basin

  • Herceghalom – Zsámbék: 8,1 kms
  • Herceghalom – Biatorbágy: 8,2 kms
  • Herceghalom – Etyek: 9,8 kms
We offer bicycle rental at a rate of HUF 1.000 per hour (seasonal).

Wine tasting

Spend a day in the Etyek-Budai Wine Region! We recommend three wineries where you’ll be welcomed with renowned and unique wines.

Hernyák Cellar

The estate in Etyek is situated in one of the most beautiful locations on Öreghegy. The 3.6-hectare property provides visitors with firsthand information about grape varieties, cultivation methods, and soil composition. During the thematic wine tasting, wine enthusiasts can choose from ’Szürkebarát’, Sauvignon Blanc, Green Veltliner, Chardonnay, Riesling, and Pinot Noir. The delightful beverages are complemented by picturesque views of the Buda Hills.

Etyeki Kúria

The Etyeki Kúria Wine Estate was established in 1996 in the old Swabian village of Etyek. In the winery, wine lovers can taste Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, and.

Rókusfalvi Cellar

The winery was founded by Pál Rókusfalvy in 1999 in Etyek, in the Etyek-Budai wine region, on Újhegy. The vineyard spans 5.5 hectares and consists of three adjacent sections: a showcase cellar in the press house, a cellar of bottles, and a processing cellar. In addition to Rókusfalvy Cellar, you can also taste their wines at the Rókusfalvy Inn and several popular restaurants in Budapest.

For golf enthusiasts

The ABACUS Hotel is conveniently located just a 15-minute drive from three internationally renowned golf courses, allowing you to indulge in your passion for golf.

Pannónia Golf & Country Club

The Pannonia Golf & Country Club’s 18-hole course was designed by renowned golf course architect Hans G. Erhardt. Stretching along a valley called Máriavölgy, the fairways are in varied shapes to ensure true golfing pleasure. A tree-lined avenue of 200-year-old plane trees leads to the 18-hole golf course, which was established on the former estate of the Habsburg family.
Sports enthusiasts will find a true gem and a creatively designed course with first-class greens and fairways. Additionally, the Pannonia Golf & Country Club offers a children’s playground (with supervision), tennis courts, and a bathing pond to welcome its visitors.

Highland Golf Club

The 36-hectare Highland Golf Club & Academy is located in the 22nd district of the capital city. The golf complex boasts nearly three thousand meters of nine-hole course sections, offering players breathtaking panoramic views.

Tatai Old Lake Golf Klub

The Tata Old Lake Golf Club opened its doors in 1998 and has been characterized by continuous improvements throughout its existence. The 18-hole, internationally acclaimed golf course have always aimed to seamlessly integrate their creation into nature. Thanks to this effort, golfers can feel like they’re in an arboretum, surrounded by a beautiful course adorned with ancient trees and natural water features. After a superb game, players can relax in the pleasant atmosphere of the clubhouse, which was transformed from one of the former estate’s agricultural buildings.

Exploring the Zsámbék Basin


In the village, during an afternoon stroll, it’s worth visiting the 21st-century Catholic church and the Water Tower. Nature enthusiasts can also explore the surrounding forests, where they can get acquainted with the rich wildlife of the area.


The city’s significant architectural heritage, including the 18th-century Reformed Church, the Reformed Classicist Parsonage built around 1830, and the statue of Saint John Nepomuk. Notable features of the cityscape include Heroes’ Square with its World War I memorial. Art enthusiasts will also appreciate the Lajos Kossuth bust located in Kossuth Square, the Vajda János bust in front of the Vajda János High School and Postal Vocational School, and the statues of Griger Miklós (Roman Catholic parish priest in Bicske from 1931 to 1938) and Saint Stephen in the church garden.


The most famous landmark in the city is the ruins of a middle-age Church, built around the mid-1200s. Currently, after 17 years, the interior of the ruin is also open to visitors. During the summer, organ concerts titled “Premontre Evenings” are held on weekends. One of the westernmost architectural remnants from the Turkish era is the Törökkút in Zsámbék, which is fed by a copious spring and never freezes even in the coldest weather.
A local resident, Ferenc Borus, opened the Lamp Museum in 1979, where visitors can marvel at his private collection of over 1200 lighting fixtures. Another attraction in Zsámbék is the Swabian House. In the rooms of the former Szent Vendel House, the painted and uniquely crafted furniture evokes Swabian folk art and the symbolism of old local life. The most significant piece of furniture in the collection is a cupboard from 1874, whose painting preserves the traditions of the Germans who settled in Zsámbék from the Black Forest region in many of its features. The Air Defense Museum offers an active pastime for those interested in special air defense technologies and equipment.


Biatorbágy is home to some significant architectural landmarks and historical sites. In the reformed cemetery of the Biai village section, you can find the oldest architectural relic of Biatorbágy, the ruins of the 11th-century Church of the Holy Cross. The Bia Reformed Church was likely built in the 18th century, and it is surrounded by the Szily-Fáy Castle. Another notable building is the Sándor-Metternich Castle. It’s also worth visiting the Fishpond, which was created by damming the natural standing water originally mentioned in 1192.
Besides these, the most famous attraction in the town is the Viaduct, which serves as a reminder of Szilveszter Matuska’s notorious assassination attempt in 1931 and the era of Hungarian railway and bridge construction before the turn of the century. In addition to these historical landmarks, local architectural gems like the Biai Reformed Church also deserve attention.


The restoration of the Calvary of Etyek was completed in February 2000. The town’s unique atmosphere is defined by its historical landmarks, including the Boti Chapel, the statue of Saint John Nepomuk, the statue of Saint Orbán, the Virgin Mary statue on Öreg-hegy, the statue of the Virgin Mary in the church garden, and the Tengelic Madonna in the Catholic church. The Cellar Row is also an important landmark for the popular Etyek Wine Festival.