Roots goes deep here: Sárvár looks back on a history of over a millennium, leaving the town with many relics and monuments. The historic town centre is an ideal venue for a romantic stroll. Start with the cobblestone Kossuth tér, where you can marvel at the fountain, with its spectacular audio and light show, the town hall built between 1878 and 1882 and the monuments commemorating the heroes of WWI and WWII. Re-opened in 2014, Posta tér is another spectacular location in Sárvár, featuring a fountain that shoots the water through no fewer than 72 nozzles and has LED lighting. What’s more, it is designed so that you can actually walk into it, right to the centre of the fountain. The two squares lie by Nádasdy Castle, as does Hild Park, which was renovated recently and offers a playground for the kids and comfortable benches for everyone. Nobody visits Sárvár and leaves without paying the castle a visit: this is one of the few medieval castles in Hungary to withstand history and be standing to this day.