The first written mention comes from 1093. The fishing village was the property of the bishop of Pécs, in the 12-13th century it started to rise from the neighboring villages. Due to its good location it functioned as an estate center and in the 15th century it was mentioned as a market town. Its development was broken by the lost battle against the Turkish bevy in 1526. During the Turkish occupation the territory was depopulated. At the beggining of the 18th century Hungarians, Swabians, Serbian and Sokac ethnic groups began to settle down. At this time the city has become multinational. In the 18-19th century Mohács regained its privilages as a market town from the bishop and became the economic and cultural center of the area. Besides the town’s historical monuments the main attractions are the summer festivals, the celebration of the region’s wines, the Szüreti Festival and the world famous Busójárás.

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Opening hours:
1st January-14 June, 1st September-1st of December:
Monday-Friday: 8.00-16.00
Saturday-Sunday: closed
15th July-31st August:
Monday-Friday: 8.00-16.00
Saturday: 9.00-14.00
Sunday: 10.00-14.00


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7700 Mohács
Phone number
+36 69 505 500
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