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Göcsej Village Museum

Göcsej Village Museum

This Zalaegerszeg’s Village Museum lies between on the bank of the river Zala and 18th century watermill.
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Museum of the Hungarian Petroleum Industry

Museum of the Hungarian Petroleum Industry

It is situated in the neighbourhood of the open-air museum and this is the second most important oil museum in Europe.
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TV Tower

TV Tower

The structure rises to the sky at an altitude of 293 meters above sea level.
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Horhosok útja – Túraútvonalak

Horhosok útja – Túraútvonalak

The starting point of the network of three hiking routes is the tour starting map in front of Imre Izsák Primary School.
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Alsóerdő

Alsóerdő

On the southern border of Zalaegerszeg, the Alsóerdő attracts nature lovers with its alternating ascents and valleys.
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Gébárti tó

Gébárti tó

The largest artificial lake in the area is located in the northern part of Zalaegerszeg. The lake is horseshoe-shaped, created by the swelling of two smaller streams.
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AquaCity Vízicsúszda és Élménypark

AquaCity Vízicsúszda és Élménypark

Adventure park with the largest water mass in Central Europe, 6000m2 water surface.
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Thermal Bath

Thermal Bath

The Zalaegerszeg Thermal Bath awaits visitors with thermal water, rich in valuable minerals and unforgettable light therapy bathing.
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Egervár

Egervár

Egervár is located on the border of Zala and Vas counties, in the northern part of Zala county, 10 km from Zalaegerszeg, in the valley of the Sárvíz stream.
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Csácsbozsoki Arborétum

Csácsbozsoki Arborétum

The Csácsbozsoki Arboretum is located on the eastern border of Zalaegerszeg, about 4 km from the city center, about 83 hectares protected area.
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Zobori Kalandpark

Zobori Kalandpark

Zalaszabar is about 45 km away from Zalaegerszeg. Their adventure park offers numerous recreational opportunities for those who like active recreation and ecotourism.
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Festetics kastély

Festetics kastély

The rooms in the Festetics Castle Museum in Keszthely, furnished with original period furniture, illustrate the 18th and 19th century everyday life of the aristocratic world.
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