Bishop's Palace

The Bishop's Palace in Vác is the ecclesiastical center of the city, and the building – along with several buildings in Vác – is an emblematic symbol of the city-building work of Archbishop-Bishop Kristóf Migazzi.

Beneath the huge two-storey building stands a two-storey cellar system, which has already been built. At that time there were huge vineyards around Vác, the cellar functioned as a wine cellar. Originally, two opposite U-shaped buildings were planned, with a patinated decorative gate opposite the Cathedral

However, with the passage of the age, only the current building was completed, leaving room for the beautifully sized garden, which at the beginning of the century was home to special plants. In this garden, the music pavilion once stood on a protrusion, which stands a few meters lower, on the promenade along the Danube

The design of the interiors of the neoclassical palace in the Baroque style can still be seen today in its original state. Noteworthy is the ceremonial hall above the entrance with a hidden balcony, which was once – on special occasions – the venue of wonderful concerts. The Bishop's Residence, among many other functions, is still the bishop's home today.

Every Saturday at 11:00 a.m. there is a guided visit to the Bishop's Palace for individual guests. The walk includes a tour of the palace, the cellar and the bishop's garden. It is well worth taking part in these tours, as the two-storey neoclassical building is impressive both inside and out.


2600 Vác, Migazzi Kristóf tér 1.


  • Adult/full price: 1800 Ft
  • Pensioner/student: 1200 Ft

/The ticket price includes a guide in Hungarian/

For a group visit at another time, you can check in at the following contact details:

On the last Saturday of each month, the residents of Vác are guests of Bishop Zsolt Marton on the guaranteed guided tour.