Villánykövesd is a tourist favourite, and the three-storey cellar village is a frequent subject for painters and photographers. The listed cellar is one of the most spectacular monumental ensembles in the country.
The cellars' distinctive colourful doors are open to visitors all year round, allowing them to see the current stages of wine-making, the tools and tools of the trade, and to taste the flavours of wine that praise the work of farmers and nature. From the cellar door, you can see the 2-hectare park with a playground for children.
The Batthyány cellar, created in 1754 by Italian master church builders, is the venue for the opening of the European Bordeaux Festival in the second half of September each year. The spectacle and the acoustics of the huge underground wine cathedral are awe-inspiring. The brickworks on the outskirts of Villánykövesd is an industrial landmark.
The Roman Catholic church, built in late Baroque style in 1780. It was consecrated in honour of the Assumption.The nearby Black Mountain hiking trail is popular with hikers.
aMore information: https://www.villanykovesd.hu/
How to get there
By car, take road 6, then road 578 to Villánykövesd.