Matthias Church: The Matthias Church is the second most famous church in the capital, next to St. Stephen’s Basilica. According to tradition, it was built in 1015, not long after the inclusion of Christianity, but officially the first walls were built in the 1200s. In the 14th century it was rebuilt in a Gothic style and then underwent another renovation in the 19th century, based on the plans of Frigyes Schulek. Between 2006 and 2013, external reconstruction work was carried out on it, thanks to which it regained its former splendor. The church is a great example of the Central European Gothic style. Its façade is decorated with rich patterns, sculptures and reliefs. The interior is decorated with wood, gold and painted walls. You can visit the church with a ticket.
The Matthias Church is 5.8 km by car from our hostel. It can be reached by public transport in 22 minutes by bus number 5 (to Alagút utca stop).