Taliándörögd is situated at the foot of the South Bakony Hills, in the so-called Dörögi-Szentimári Basin. It is a so-called dead-end village, however, records from the past suggest that it was once a station of the important market road leading to Tapolca. Today, if you take a walk in the village, you can explore the masterpieces of rustic architecture on rows of small peasant houses built at the end of the 18th century. Like the surrounding villages, the locals in Taliándörög are quite active in maintaining traditions: you can find all kinds of craftsmen here: sheaf-binders, basket-makers, smiths. You can find their products during the Valley of Arts Festival, too. You can taste the wines made from grapes grown by the locals in a peaceful rural environment, accompanied by traditional dishes made from goat’s cheese and curds.
How to come here
You can get to the village if you exit road 8 at Ajka or road 84 at Tapolca. It is accessible by bus and coach as well. It does not have a railway station; the nearest railway station can be found in Ajka.
Ősök Háza Helytörténeti Múzeum; Mosóház; Egykori magtár (jelenleg lovas panzió); Parasztházak;Imári-hegy; Atibor-hegy; Tik-hegy; Dörögi-medence geomorfológiai képződményei; Baksa-hegy; Pokol-lik
Contact of the local government
Common Local Government Office of Taliándörögd
8295 Taliándörögd Petőfi Sándor utca 4.
Tel.: +36 (87) 437039