Located between Nemesvámos and Veszprémfajsz, the Hungarian National Museum’s Villa Romana Baláca exhibition site (also known as Balácapuszta) is a set of ancient ruins unique in the entire Central European region. The mosaics are the most spectacular out of all the things displayed here, but the partially excavated site has also produced heaps of wall and statue fragments as well as everyday tools.

This venue is apparently lots of fun for kids, too: the two-thousand-year-old ruins may not be interesting for them, but the multimedia screens certainly are, so a visit can be enjoyable for the whole family.

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