Tettye and the Mecsek
It is worth going walking around Tettye as the slopes under Misina are quite friendly.
Opposite the north-eastern bastion of the city wall Tettye Street unmistakably leads upwards. We pass the cheerfully painted office building of the sobriquetly termed “UNO Palace of Pécs” and the All-Saints Church, then the route upwards becomes steeper. Reaching the halfway point you can view the unique geological formations of the travertine-cave (this cave is one of the 100 caves of the Mecsek), then the route leads past the biggest playground of the city up to the ruins of the Bishop’s Summer Palace.
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