Apartments, Houses and Chalets for Sale in the county of Gyor-Moson-Sopron, Western Transdanubia, Hungary.
County of Gyor-Moson-Sopron
Győr-Moson-Sopron is the county in the north-west of Hungary, the most northern county in Transdanubia. Győr-Moson-Sopron borders both with Slovakia and Austria. The capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron county is the town of Győr.
The county of Győr-Moson-Sopron also contains Hegyeshalom - Hungary's busiest international land border crossing point.
The three principal towns in Győr-Moson-Sopron are:
- Győr (county seat)
Győr - Hungary
Győr is the most important city of northwest Hungary, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron county and the Western Transdanubia region. About halfway between Budapest and Vienna — situated on one of the important roads of Central Europe.
- 123 km from Vienna, Austria (A4 and M1 - or E60) - 80-90 min
- 81 km fron Bratislava, Slovakia (M1) - 50-60 min
- 121 km from Budapest, Hungary (M1 or E60) - 70-90 min
- 90-120 minutes from Vienna
- 90-100 minutes from Budapest
River Raab, Győr - Hungary
Sopron - Hungary
Although Győr is the official regional capital, there is a strong rivalry between it and Sopron, historically an important cultural center on its own right.
Sopron, The Firewatch Tower
The composer, conductor and teacher Franz Liszt was born in Doborjá (today Raiding, Austria – just a hop over the border), in former Sopron County. The house where he was born is a memorial museum today. His first concert was held in Sopron and marked the start of his world famous musical career.
- 70 km from Vienna, Austria (A3 Autobahn) - 55 min
- 96 km fron Bratislava, Slovakia (Burgenland Str./B50) - 75 min
- 210 km from Budapest, Hungary (M1 and Route 85) - 150-160 min
- 75-90 minutes from Vienna
The town of Sopron has a relatively good English webportal.
The area around Sopron is well known for its Kékfrankos, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc wines.
Sopron Castle- Hungary
The Danube at Mosonmagyaróvár
Mosonmagyaróvár used to be two separate towns, Magyaróvár and Moson. The two towns were combined in 1939, and by now almost all signs of dualism have disappeared. The area between the two towns has become physically and culturally developed. Due to the name's length, Mosonmagyaróvár is usually referred to as Óvár by the locals and Moson by most foreigners.
- 87 km from Vienna, Austria (A4 Autobahn) - 55-60 min
- 70 km from Vienna International Airport, Austria (E60) - 45 min
- 40 km fron Bratislava, Slovakia (E65/E75 and M15) - 35 min
- 162 km from Budapest, Hungary (E60) - 90 min
- 80-90 minutes from Vienna
- 60 minutes from Vienna International Airport
- 3 hours from Budapest, Hungary
Note: All prices are given in Hungarian forint (HUF) so the price may seem very high. At present (time of writing the template of this page):
HUF 1000 = UK£ 2.44 = € 3.37.
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