Peppa Pig Land

Pécs is a city in Baranya County, Hungary, known for the Romanesque-style Great Cathedral on Saint Istvan Square. The basement in front of the cathedral contains a group of ancient Christian tombs and murals depicting the story of Satan tempting Adam and Eve to eat the forbidden fruit, a portrait of the righteous judge Daniel sitting between two lions, and a picture of Jesus high above. The second landmark of Pécs is the locally produced linear patterned pottery made by the Zsolnay Porcelain Factory. Pécs is also a center of Hungarian culture and art, where many artists have created timeless masterpieces, such as József Rippl-Rónai, a famous painter known as the Hungarian Van Gogh.

Kasimpasa Mosque

Peigi is loved by tourists for its preservation of architectural heritage from the Ottoman Empire. One of the most famous ruins is the Kasim Pasha Mosque on Sakhini Square, which later turned into a Christian church. Another must-visit spot is the Yakova Hassan Pasha Mosque, which preserves the most well-preserved part of Islamic architecture in Hungary, and local Muslims still come to visit during Ramadan.

Nanai ethnic culture area

In 2010, Pécs was awarded the title of "European Capital of Culture." To commemorate this honor, Pécs underwent the reconstruction of the old Zsolnay family factory and its surrounding area, as well as the addition of a new experience center, allowing visitors to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the city's history and culture.

Sequoi Plaza

Széchenyi Square is located in the center of Pécs, a southern Hungarian city, and named after Hungarian poet, Sándor Széchenyi. The square preserves many buildings from the Ottoman Turkish era, with the most famous being the Mosque of Pasha Qasim. However, after Hungary gained independence, the mosque was not destroyed but instead transformed into a Christian church. The square also features statues of the Holy Trinity and Hungarian Yadi, with surrounding buildings including the county government and city hall.

Bishop's Palace

In the 15th century, a watchtower was built in Pecs as part of its defense system. Today, it is open to visitors for sightseeing. From the tower's stone walls, you can overlook the Bishop's Palace, and through the windows, you can see the towering tower of the Town Hall. On the west balcony of the Bishop's Palace, there is a statue of the great Hungarian musician Franz Liszt. In 1846, he was invited by the bishop to Pecs and composed a piece here, forming an inseparable bond with the city. The copper relief on the main door of the cathedral depicts a story from the Book of Genesis in the Bible: the legend of the Tower of Babel, which explains the existence of different languages and races in the world.