Scarbantia – the antique Sopron – was Sopron in the Celtic and Roman times. The themes of the walk: Forum museum, Amber Road, the sanctuary of Isis, Cult of Mithras, the Lapidary, life in the era of Celts and Romans.
Sopron, the most loyal town – time travel into Sopron’s past by highlighting such themes as becoming a royal town, the referendum and the Pan-European Picnic. The walk is multilingual, evoking the multicultural town, the residents of which could prove their loyalty three times. Themes: Well of Loyalty, Loyalty Gate, Thurner statue, the Relocation Monument and Lutheran church.
Sopron, the Hungarian town of Liszt – guided city tour accompanied by music to several memorial sites of the downtown related to Ferenc Liszt - the always-Hungarian composer. Presentation of legends and historical data connected to Liszt; recalling the artist's visits to Sopron. What did the Mayor of Rome write to Sopron in 1886?
Night patrols – the mystical Sopron – stories of the town's dark past; we evoke the spirit of a former lamplighter to tell the legend of the Virgin of Sopron, some famous medieval crimes, the legend of the Baker’s Cross and the Goat Church.
Storyteller parts of the town - cycling tour to Sopron’s suburbs, where light is thrown on where the gladiators fought for life and death in Sopron, where the wheels of Sopron’s windmill went round and round, how that Cyrillic writing got onto a totally Bauhaus building, and what the reason was of building the Bolondvár.
Princes and counts – visiting the castles and palaces of the Esterhazy and Szechenyi families (Eszteháza/Fertőd and Nagycenk), where the fate of the two significant aristocratic families of Lake Neusiedl – whose legacy determines the world heritage existence of the region of the Lake Neusiedl, even today – is revealed.
Fortresses, castles, ghosts – time travel into the past, when wild lords, fairies and ghosts inhabited the fortresses, castles and forests in the vicinity of Sopron.
Programme – trip to Forchtenstein (visiting the castle) and Eisenstadt (visiting the palace). Travelling by own bus (we can help in renting a bus, as well).
Gods, heroes and magical places in the region of the Lake Neusiedl – historically-well-grounded, and - at the same time - interesting true-life guiding that can hold even the students’ attention.
Programme - Mithras sanctuary – the temple of the unconquerable sun-god; the legend of Frederick Knight – Fertőrákos; the round church in Hidegség, the past of which leads back to the pagan times; Three Hills of Fertőszéplak, where the earth meets the sky; Esterhazy grave.