The village can be found in the middle of Veszprém County, where the West Bakony and the South Bakony regions meet. The settlement maintains its German ethnic traditions: its choir wears Swabian folk costumes during their performances and a lot of locals are engaged in various folk trades. The local woodcarvers’ favourite pattern is the Kislőd tulip pattern which can also be seen on porcelain ware produced in the village. If you are looking for a religious insight, visit the church and the relics exhibition presenting a multitude of religious heritage or you can also spend some time in the Baroque-style church. You can take a trip in the beautiful areas of the Bakony Hills, roam educational pathways or put you bravery and skills to the test in the Sobri Jóska Adventure Park. Some of the attractions: aquaball, water ropeway, ‘outlaw’ rafting, archery, climbing wall…

How to come here

Kislőd is accessible on road no. 8 and motorway M7 from the direction of Budapest. If you want to travel by train, you can reach the village on the Szombathely-Székesfehérvár-Budapest railway line. It shares a railway station with Városlőd.


Sobri Jóska Kalandpark; Rőthy Mihály Egyháztörténeti Gyűjtemény; Vashámor Kilátópont; Gilic-malom romjai; Csollányos-völgy; Kis-Torna-patak; Három Forrás pihenőpark; Erdészeti tanösvény; Csurgó-kút; Vashámor

Contact of the local government

Common Local Government Office of Kislőd

8446 Kislőd Hősök tere 1.

Tel: +36 88 246001