Our city abounds in accommodation, so you are sure to find the one that best suits your needs. The only hotel with a direct, closed connection to the Gyula Castle Spa is the Hunguest Hotel Gyula . In addition, the city offers an extremely wide range of accommodation, from three- and four-star hotels, to boarding houses and guesthouses, to apartments. On , Gyula's official tourist website, you can choose from a myriad of affordable and stylish accommodations. Our city operates a discount card system developed for tourists, the Visit Gyula Card . Ask your accommodation provider for your discount card, with which you can use 40 different services at a discount or even for free!


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There is always something exciting happening in Gyula! Whether it's winter, spring, autumn or summer, we organize colorful and meaningful programs in the historic spa town in every season. Our city is home to many festivals, and Gyula and its surroundings also offer great opportunities for sports, hiking and fishing. In addition to bathing and physical refreshment, we also offer spiritual nourishment: we await you with cultural and gastronomic experiences, entertainment programs and unique exhibition spaces. Whether you need relaxation or sparkling wine, you will find both here!

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Things to see

If you haven't visited us yet, there's plenty to discover, and if you've already visited our city, there's something new every year. Gyulai Várfürdő with its wonderful ancient park is a unique sight in itself, where, in addition to the famous healing water, many other pampering services help you to relax. After bathing, it is worth visiting the city's other points of interest! Just a few steps and you can admire the Gyula Castle and the Almásy Castle Visitor Center . In both places, you can learn a lot about the history of the city and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the old days. Heading towards the city center, stop by Százéves Cukrászda for a good coffee or a delicious cake, where you can enjoy artistically prepared sweets in rooms furnished with original Biedermeier furniture, surrounded by ornately painted walls. The Ladics-ház is right next to the second oldest pastry shop in our country, where you can get a glimpse into the life of a 19th-century bourgeois family. The Erkel Ferenc Memorial House preserves the memory of the great native of our city, and art lovers can learn about the legacy of the Kossuth Prize-winning painter in the Kohán Picture Gallery .

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