Once favoured by nobles, it is unsurprising that this larger village in the centre of the region has some spectacular mansions, one of which will open in 2016 as a herbal centre after its renovation. Tolcsva is home to a couple of larger wineries, the first Bohemian restaurant in the region and an unusual wooden onion-dome church.
Eating and drinking
Őskaján Restaurant offers taste in food, art and design. Deliciously creative!
Tolcsva Wine Festival is definitely among the largest festivals in the region and draws literally thousands of people to visit the numerous cellars dotted around the village.
Explore the Wine Museum (Bormúzeum) with its 2-km, mould-covered cellar on three levels dug into the rhyolite tuff.
The Helia-D Herbal House opening in 2016 will bring visitors closer to the world of herbs with its beauty garden, exhibitions, workshops and café.