Next day, continue your tour with renewed vigour – don't stop until you reach Székesfehérvár! The centre of Székesfehérvár, considered one of the most important towns in the country in terms of both history and tourism, is worth a long walk, since practically every building is home to a museum or a cosy restaurant or café. Art Nouveau and eclecticism can also be discovered here and there in the mostly Baroque town – undoubtedly this diverse mixture of styles makes Székesfehérvár even more exciting. Visit the buildings of the Hungarian Royal Hotel, the Vörösmarty Theatre and Saint Stephen's Basilica, and if you’d like to immerse yourself even more in the town's rich historical heritage, visit the exhibition grounds of the King Saint Stephen Museum. The second-largest museum in the country, with a collection of millions of works of art, awaits you in several locations and with a number of permanent exhibitions. This grandiose exhibition unites materials and intellectual heritage from a total of four disciplines—archaeology, ethnography, fine arts and applied arts. Take a peek into the medieval ruin garden, the Old County Hall or the Csók István Gallery, but don't miss the Palotaváros Open-Air Museum, which also promises unforgettable experiences. And if you’re curious to learn about the scientific past of herbology, the Fekete Sas (Black Eagle) Pharmacy Museum is the place to be. Follow up with a pleasant lunch within the historical walls of the town centre. In the afternoon, head to the Öreghegy part of Székesfehérvár, where something extraordinary is hidden among the completely ordinary buildings. Bory Castle is the masterpiece of the sculptor and university professor Jenő Bory, and we mean that literally. Over 40 summers, the artist built this overwhelming work with his own two hands. It is a sculptural masterpiece in itself, as well as a symbol of conjugal love. Today, the building is open to visitors as a museum, and in addition to the picture and sculpture exhibition, it’s worth exploring thoroughly—the spiral staircases and hidden paths truly exude a romantic atmosphere.