Győr is situated half way between Budapest and Vienna, at the junction of the rivers Moson-Danube, Rába and Rábca. In the Roman Times there was a significant settlement here called Arrabona. Today called as the City of Meetings. The founder of the Hungarian State, King Stephen (St. Stephen) declared it a bishopric and a bailiffric. The monuments of the historical inner city are mainly from the Baroque period. The city has always been a commercial centre at the crossing of important roads, railways and rivers. In the last century it became one of the most important industrial centres (machine, textile, food and building industries).
Today the city has a population of about 140,000 and, due to its geographical situation, favourable infrastructure and human capital, it is the centre of the most prosperous region in Hungary after Budapest.
The Rába-Quelle Bath, the bath of meetings has been recently opened in the city of meetings. Through its services it creates additional excellent opportunities for an active holiday, for recovery or relaxation.
Mosonmagyaróvár is situated in the northwestern corner of the region defined by the latitude of 47-48° on the North and in the longitude of 17-18° on the East. This small region is juncti…