There are cities that are like good friendships and wine – the more time we spend with them, the more impact they have on us.
Sárospatak is like that too. Who loves good wine cannot be a bad person, and anyone who wants to drink exceptionally good wine where else could go other than the world’s first closed wine region.


Sárospatak and the surrounding vineyards have a long tradition of viticulture and winemaking. Walking through the vineyards and cellars, you can discover and taste all the wines of the region, from dry furmint to Tokaji aszú. The city shows a thousand faces to visitors. Urban life, beautiful surroundings, historical richness and gastronomic diversity are present here at the same time. The town with a long history is not only a lovable, but literally livable town – you immediately feel at home in it.


You can make a full and active use of the time spent here. You can roam the renaissance castle and shady garden, or relax on the shores of the Bodrog, where you can try not only fine dining in the historic wine region, but also a taste of the country’s champagne. Check out one of the most beautiful libraries in the world, hike, canoe and bike in romantic landscapes, discover the King’s Mountain, and relax while grilling bacon from the Megyer-Hill sea eye and the Lookout Tower. You can relax your tired limbs in the Végardó bath, in the healing water of St. Elizabeth.


If you choose Sárospatak as your destination, we would like to recommend any of the 23 rooms of the renovated Hotel Furmint. The equipment of our rooms satisfies all needs, but if you feel lacking, we will find a solution to all your problems at the reception.


We look forward to seeing you!




Rákóczi Castle in Sárospatak


Sárospatak Grand Library


Végardó Bath