Felsőzsolca is a small town in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county, Northern Hungary, in the Miskolc agglomeration. It is the city with the tenth highest population in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county and the second biggest in the Miskolc agglomeration.


  • Anglican Church, built in 1851.
  • Roman Catholic Church. It was built in 1900 to honour Keresztelő Szent János.
  • Castle of the Bárczay family, restored in 2001.
  • Museum and library within the castle.
  • Monument of the Trianon. Garlands are placed every year to commemorate June 4, 1920.
  • Wind-power station near Felsőzsolca that was built in 2006 and is called Cervantes.
  • A motor-cross field existed between Miskolc and Felsőzsolca, which was destroyed in 2008. The site now has been taken over to construction.
  • Felsőzsolca Városi Sportcsarnok



It is accessible by roads 3 and 37, by train on the Budapest-Miskolc-Sátoraljaújhely line, and on the Miskolc-Hidasnémeti line. The railway station is 3 km (2 mi) from the town.

Public transit for Felsőzsolca is provided by the neighboring Transport Company of Miskolc, (MVK Zrt.) Now, one bus service, line 7, serves the citizens. Besides this, several coach services travel through the town on Szent István street, and on Kassai street.


Felsőzsolca Mayor's Office
Szent István u. 20
+36 (46) 613-000