Martonvásár is the 11th largest town in Fejér county, Hungary. It’s a popular tourist destination in Hungary because of the Brunszvik Palace where Ludwig van Beethoven stayed and wrote “Für Elise”. There is also a museum for Beethoven. The town is also famous for its English garden.
- Brunswick Castle , English Garden (70 hectares)
- Kindergarten museum
- Beethoven Museum
- Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Roman Catholic Church ( 1773 , Baroque )
- in: Cymbal frescoes and late baroque sculptures
Beethoven works are presented in concerts in the castle park every year, in July-August.
The main road 7 crosses the city center , and the M7 motorway also passes through its border , so these can be considered the most important road access routes in Martonvásár. From the south east, Ercsitől the 6204 road stretches far, Tordas and Gyúróra and the 81 108 No. Byway starts here.
The settlement is part of a smaller long-distance bus traffic to Székesfehérvár and Lake Balaton . Bus traffic between Martonvásár and Gyúró and Ercsi is frequent .
The city is located along the Budapest-Székesfehérvár railway line. There are frequent suburban trains to Martonvásár from Budapest , but there are also regular connections with Székesfehérvár – in smaller numbers with Siófok and Nagykanizsa .