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Castle of Sümeg

Castle of Sümeg, which was built in the 13th century, is today the venue for spectacular shows and tournaments.


Hungary's best-preserved fortress originates from the middle 13th century. It was built by King Béla the IV., who lived here for a while during the Mongolian invasion (1241-1242). It was extended several times during the past centuries. The castle can be divided into three major parts: external, internal and Citadel. The castle has a dominant role in the town's development and it's history. Excavation and reconstruction started in 1957 and took seven years. The castle is in private ownership since 1989. In the early 1990's began a reconstruction which is still going on. Since 1994 the artists of the Sándor Petőfi Theatre of Veszprém stage plays within the framework of 'Sümeg Castle Theatre' (Sümegi Várszínház) during the summer season.


Guardianship of National Monuments


The Castle of Sümeg is in good condition in the Balaton Uplands. Since 1960 Archeological excavations and preservation are going on at the castle. National importance

Potential usability

The castle serves as a venue for conferences and team building trainings as well. Every year there is a Historic Horse Games which is very popular. The castle offers many features that have contributed to preservation of cultural values. The castle is currently under renovation.

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