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Useful things to know about Keszthely
- It is thought that Keszthely was founded midway through the 13th century.
- The University of Pannonia has it agriculture faculty campus at Keszthely.
- Keszthely is the second biggest Hungarian city which is near Lake Balaton.
- Keszthely is twinned with 10 Eastern European cities and a city in Turkey.
- Keszthely is located in the west of Hungary.
Keszthely Mini Guide
Around 23,000 people live in Keszthely and this Hungarian town is on the western shores of Lake Balaton. Keszthely, which lies in county Zala, has had a long history as both a Roman town and a market town.
As there is not that much to see and do in Keszthely visitors should definitely go to the Festetics Palace which has interesting exhibitions and art gallery events. The place was built in the Baroque style and it was constructed with great care atop the ruins of an old castle. The well known Hungarian architects Miksa Paschkisch and Gusztav Haas did the work on what is one of the biggest country houses in Hungary.
Though Keszthely has a small town centre it is likely that you will want to use it as a base from which to drive to other parts of Hungary and so having a car is a great idea.
There are some students in Keszthely as the University of Pannonia has its agriculture faculty there. Keszthely has the postal code 8360 and is located in the west of Hungary. It is twinned with towns through Europe including Hof Van Twente in the Netherlands
Latest Update from Keszthely:
- Late night opening of museums is proving popular around Europe and Keszthely is joining the throng. On the 16th June, all the city's museums will open until 11pm and have special exhibitions, including child friendly ones, and all for free. Some will have concerts and dramatic performances too making it an evening to remember.