The town is divided into two parts by the railway line and the Road 65 which leads next to the Lake Balaton.
The town is divided into two parts by the railway line and the Road 65 which leads
next to the Lake Balaton. The southern countryside is the old town, which had already
lost its old rural nature because it was built up with modern houses and blocks of
houses and supermarkets.
Wereas the northern countryside has a 14,5 km long holiday resort next to the lake with hotels, parks and strands. In this area are very beautiful and well-kept parks. We can go to the centre from the Railway Station if we cross a square where are also bus stop and a little park.
Roman Catholic Church: it was built in 1739 with Baroque style and it was rebuilt in the early part of the XX. Century when it losts its Baroque style because the Church was rebuilt in Neoraman and Neogothic style.
Community Arts Centre and Library: this building was built in 1976. In the theatre-room are regularly plaid performances and often are made exhibitions of the fine arts.
Kalman Imre Museum: Imre Kalman, who was a woldwide famous operetta composer, was born at Siofok. In this Museum is an exhibition with his personal subjects.
Fishery: This is the centre of Fishagriculture of the Lake Balaton. It get the final modern shape between 1928 and 1930. The Fishery includes a big port and shipmendings.
Railway (Railway Stations): Balatonszabadi-Sóstó-Balatonszabadi, Siófok, - Balatonszéplakfelső - Balatonszéplakalsó - Budapest - Székesfehérvár Nagykanizsa.
Car: The main traffic line to Siofok is the M7 motorway and the Road7, then the Road65.
Bus: There are 5 local coach lines and you can travel with these buses to the northern countryside and to other nearly villages.