In Esztergom a market is held twice a week, on Wednesdays and Fridays from 7:00 to 12:00 in the Simor János Street.
2500 Esztergom, Simor János utca
In the Esztergom reformed temple, services are held every Sunday and on church holidays at 10 a.m. In an epidemic situation, periods may arise when entry to the temple is not permitted or it is restricted. Services are held even in the midst of the most stringent epidemiological measures. Believers can participate in live online broadcasts of the service. The live online broadcast is provided by the Esztergom Reformed Church even when only a limited number of believers can enter the church. For the latest information on worship, see the website of the Esztergom Reformed Church, and the Facebook page of the Esztergom Reformed Church.
2500 Esztergom, Petőfi Sándor u. 36.
The enthusiastic team of Esztergomi Futóművek running association appears as the organizer of many running competitions.
2500 Esztergom, Bátori Schulcz Bódog u. 16.
A Táti Kultúrház szervezi a város kulturális életét, helyet biztosít különböző civil szervezeteknek, rendezvényeiknek, segíti munkájukat. Többek között társadalmi, családi és művészeti rendezvényeket tart.
2534 Tát, Móricz Zsigmond út 2.
The Prímás Pince is an elegant restaurant, wine tunnel and café that can also be used as venues for events with hundreds of participants.
2500 Esztergom, Szent István tér 12.
The Esztergom Department of the Hungarian Tourist Association regularly organizes tours in the area and takes part in national hiking events. Most of their events are public so you are wellcome to join them.
The Esztergom Castle Museum, as a branch of the Hungarian National Museum, is located in Esztergom, the hometown of the first Hungarian King, which was the capital of Hungary during the rule of the Árpád dynasty.
2500 Esztergom, Szent István tér 1.
The Christian Museum in Esztergom possesses the richest ecclesiastical collection in Hungary, which preserves the European and Hungarian memories of several centuries. Due to its Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, German and Austrian material, its gallery is known as the third most important painting collection in the country, which closely follows the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery.
2500 Esztergom, Mindszenty tér 2.
The cultural centre houses various clubs, perhaps the best known are the Musical Akadémia and the Ballet School.
2500 Esztergom, Imaház utca 2/a