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All reviews lake balaton benedictine abbey well worth the visit surrounding countryside hungarian king stunning views visit this place beautiful village guided tour old village great location history crypt hill hungary peninsula life
Unfortunately, I didn't get a chance to go inside the abbey but there are some spectacular views of Lake Balaton from outside the abbey! Many small shops selling lavender, paprika, souvenirs and ceramics dot the streets of this picturesque village. There is also an ice-cream...More
Arrived here in boat from Lake Balaton...Amazing view while nearing... Tihany is a beautiful village...Had lunch here...Bought some souvenir...Nice place to enjoy with your loved ones...Hubby, me and Tihany wonderful combination...
This was really worth the visit as the abbey museum had a lot about the history not only of the abbey but also about the life of the monks throughout the history of the place - in English!! The church is smallish with a small...More
Amazing views from a nice old village to the Lake Balaton from all around the Abbey. The abbey is well preserved, the church is typical Catholic Church with lots of decoration, here with marble and gold. You can go down to the crypt, and around...More
Beatifull baroque church with the exhibition in the basement. Exhibition nicely organized with the parts dedicated to children. Descriptions mainly available in other languages (EN, DE, RU) but not in all places.
The Benedictine Abbey church is a landmark high above Lake Balaton and viewable from miles away on the Tihiny Peninsula. The abbey church is rather ornate inside and the abbey has a small but quite good museum too. They show a DVD of its history...More
The Benedictine Abbey is located on the top of the high hill and visible from far away. From outside it looks neat and impressive. It is the only place that will stay in memory besides lavender beer :)