Hotel Fenyves Panorama

Address: Szolo U. 64, Pecs, 7625, Hungary | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Szolo U. 64, Pecs, is near Zsolnay Museum, Király utca, TV Tower, and Tivadar Csontvary Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Fenyves Panorama Pecs

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Pecs

Pecs, Hungary

A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 19, 2014

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... Greek salad was also kinda "meh."

In the morning we weren't feeling like hitting museums. There are a ton here but we passed on them and instead I concentrated on resupplying. The shoes I bought before the trip are horrible and the soles are worn out already, so I bought some new ones. And I did research at the bus and train stations on the best way to get to Zagreb. It's not easy but on a map, ...

Last day in Pecs

A travel blog entry by jszakacs on Oct 08, 2014

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... demonstration of the cathedral organ in Pecs as well as a beautiful song she sang for us in the crypt below the church.Her voice truly angelic in the wonderful acoustics of this unique space. We then visited an early Christian burial grounds from the second to the fourth century with the wonderful frescoes and colourings still beautiful after nearly 2000 years. Our day was topped of with a wonderful meal of todos Teasta a traditional Hungarian dish. Truly a fun ...

A day in Pecs

A travel blog entry by jszakacs on Oct 07, 2014

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Beautiful day in Pecs today. Pecs is a city of much culture and many beautiful museums.We were able to see a temporary exhibit of Leonardo DaVince. The man was truly a genius having come up with designs for a flying machine and a self propelled buggy back in ...

Pécs: Churches, Mosques and Synagogues

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 25, 2014

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... as a "grandfather" of the short-lived optical illusion art or Op Art. You would recognize his art even If you weren't around in the '60's. Over three decades, Vasarely developed his style of geometric abstract art, working in various materials but using a minimal number of forms and colours. What a mathematical mind! It was fascinating, but by the time you finish the exhibit, you are feeling dizzy and a bit nauseous.

We decided to dine in the hotel. Jack ordered ...

Pecs

A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... and, its main claim to fame, the remains of the roman city, including some of the earliest roman Christian burials ever found. Using a ridiculous amount of EU money, seven of the burial chambers are open to the public and are accessed by descending under the streets above and walking through a network of tunnels built between each site. At some points the street pavement has been replaced by glass giving both a chance to see them from the street ...