Pécs Destination on the Danube Trail of Hungary- VR 360 8k

Take this VR journey with us by actually superb Pécs in Hungary, a metropolis with an extended and attention-grabbing historical past which, in 2010, took the title of European Capital of Tradition. You will get to see the well-known Széchenyi Sq. and its lovely Holy Trinity Statue, Equestrian Statue of János Hunyad and former Mosque of Pasha Gazi Kasim, as we speak a Catholic Church. We’ll take you additionally to the spectacular Pécs Cathedral, also referred to as “Basilica Minor”, and to one of many most important points of interest in Pécs – the late Roman Paleochristian cemetery, which is included within the UNESCO World Heritage listing. Cella Septichora, the most important constructing within the early Christian cemetery, is now a contemporary customer heart open for vacationers. Lastly, you will positively be impressed with the luxurious civic housing, public buildings and buildings belonging to the legacy of the Zsolnay Porcelain Manufacturing unit that was established within the 19th century and has since grow to be world-famous.

* This video is a part of the ‘Danube Path Digital Tour’ collection, which will take you on the journey alongside the superb locations in Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia & Hungary. Every vacation spot is introduced through Four-5 vivid movies masking the vacation spot highlights, Roman archaeological websites and festivals, native lodging, eating places & wineries and close by sightseeing journeys and excursions. Danube Path is a cultural & wine tourism route providing a singular expertise of exploring vivid Roman heritage surrounded with lovely landscapes. Along with Adriatic Path, it is part of Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route – European Cultural Route licensed by the European Institute for Cultural Routes (EICR).

This marketing campaign is part of the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme – Transdanube Journey Tales. The Transdanube Journey Tales is funded by the European Union (IPA).

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