PomázPomáz (German: Paumasch) is a city in Pest County. It is on the HÉV (commuter train) line Budapest–Szentendre northwest from Budapest. Its neighbor towns are Budakalász (south), Csobánka (west) and Szentendre (north). A popular place to start trips in the Pilis mountains.
By trainFrom Budapest you can take the HÉV (commuter train) H5 line. The ride takes 32 min from Batthyány Square, 24 min from Szentlélek Square (Árpád Bridge). For the part within Budapest (last stop is Békásmegyer), you need a single ticket or a valid pass for Budapest public transport; for the rest you have to buy a suburban ticket. You should buy the Budapest ticket/pass before boarding the train in all cases; the suburban ticket should be bought advance if there is a working ticket vending machine, an open ticket office or reseller available (as of February 2019, there are TVMs at all suburban stops/stations except for Budakalász, and also almost all urban ones, see map). TVMs accept forint coins and notes, as well as conventional and contactless bank cards. You will pay €1.5-2 in forints. HÉV timetable
By busYou can take a bus from the Pest end of Árpád híd, but these buses are not coming to Pomáz, they are going on route 11, so you must walk or arrange transport for the rest 2-3 km. The easier way is the HÉV.
By carBy car it is easy to access from the route 11.
You can take a walk in the forest in Csikóváralja: it's a very popular weekend destination for people of Budapest. A very good restaurant waits for you after the trip.
Calvinist Churchphone: +36 26 325297address: Hősök tere 1.Built between 1814 and 1828 in classicism style. Most of the inside furniture are as old as the church.
Orthodox churchphone: +36 26 325133address: Szerb utcaThis church was built in the 14th century in Gothic style, and between 1719-1722 rebuilt in baroque style. The iconostasis and the bishop's throne is very important Baroque works.
Teleki-Wattay Castle Hoteladdress: Templom tér 3An eclectic-style, monument hotel. The building has 16 rooms. The other 8 rooms are for exhibitions
phone: +36 26 325 006address: Templom tér 8The church was built in 1768 in Baroque style.
Local History Collection
State foundation monument
Hungarian Ethnographic Collection
Serbian Minority Collectionaddress: Kossuth utca 48
Serbian memorial crossaddress: Ravatalozó utcaGothic
Fáy Mansionaddress: Fáy András u.A monument built in eclectic style.
Luppa mausoleum, Radnai villaMonuents
phone: +36 26 505656address: Majdán 1Dance, crafts, runic writing, horse riding and archery.
phone: +36 26 326476address: Hősök tere 7.A funky and modern style of bar with fast food.
Bull Pubphone: +36 26 326467address: Hév stationBeers and fast food.
phone: +36 26 325355address: Beniczky utca 63.Restaurant.
phone: +36 26 323974address: Mártírok útja 1-3.
Also here are a couple of traditional Hungarian restaurants like Kincsem restaurant.
There are a few couchsurfers in Pomáz.
phone: +36 26 525610address: Templom tér 3.
Csikóváraljai Touristhousephone: +36 26 325180address: Dobogókői út
phone: +36 26 325888address: Budakalászi utca 14
phone: +36 26 325355address: Beniczky utca 63.