Hungary // The Great Plain //

Móra Ferenc Museum

The Móra Ferenc Museum contains folk art, fine art and archeological remains offering insight into the Avars, the people who ruled much of the Central-Eastern European Pannonian plain from the sixth to ninth centuries. From the museum, it’s a short walk to green, pretty Széchenyi tér, home to the neo-Baroque town hall with its decorative tiled roof. Look out for the “Bridge of Sighs”, modelled on the Venetian original, which links the hall to a neighbouring house.