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This necropolis is one of the larger ones away from Rome. It is the burial sites of Saints Peter & Paul. and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town, itself, is really nice; for strolling dining and shopping.
A very nice bright and welcoming church, lovely crypt where we heard someone singing, the acoustics were great. We also heard the organ being played. If you limit the number of church visits I would go to this one.
A magnificent church to visit. Apart from the beautiful interior, the ticket also allows access to the crypt and (if you are not afraid of heights), a climb up 133 steps of the south-eastern tower for a magnificent 360 view of Pecs.
The exterior of...More
I was advised to try Mecsek Cukrászda on Szécheny tér by a retired couple. We had icecream and coffee. Both were good. The staff was friendly and attentive. We spoke Hungarian, so I don' t know about their English skills. The place inside does not...More
The Pecs cathedral is a landmark, a must for a visit in Pecs. The structure has been remodelled and lavishly redecorated in the 19'th century. The interior is well lighted, letting you admire the paintings and the geometric ornamentation.
Interesting wall decor in painted patterns. Generally the atmosphere in the church was a bit dim, not bright at all. The figurines on the walls of the stairs to the crypt show quite some nudity for a catholic church 😊.