Mystic small castle only 50km from Budapest with charmig atmosphere.
Tura is small town – only 50 kilometers from the capital of Hungary – Budapest. Most important monument is here small castle Schossberger. The very first mention of the city is from1220. Gradually housed the Board of noble families.
Since the year 1600 here went on a cruise headquartered Esterhazy. In 1873 bought the property local businessman and baron Sigmund Schossberger, who had it as a summer residence. In 1906, lived here the important musical composer, Béla Bartók.
Caste is the work of designer Budapest Opera House Nicolas Ybl. It was a modern building, airy, with air wall insulation, heated glasshouse, central heating and the amount of bathrooms, cupolas. He built it in by the French Renaissance style and is compared with castles on the Loire. After World War II the castle was confiscated by communistic government and established here a school for general services. In 1991 solt the hotel company Pallas. Now it before reconstruction. Rented for filming, patry etc., We did here a photoset and used here this wonderful and mysterious atmosphere and beautiful light.
… and in family restaurant in Tura town they made a beautiful hungarian goulash. :)
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