The Fejér County (Fejér megye) is an administrative division in Central Hungary, in the region of Central Transdanubia. Fejér sits on the west bank of the river Danube bordering the Hungarian counties of Komárom-Esztergom, Pest, Bács-Kiskun, Tolna, and Somogy. A resort is set in Lake Velence with the towns nearby such Gárdony and Agárd, popular holiday destinations among Hungarians.
The county seat of the county is Székesfehérvár, known informally as Fehérvár ("white castle"). In this beautiful medieval city, you will find attractions including historic buildings, great museums, and the splendid Bory Castle. The southern part of Féjer is within the Great Hungarian Plain, while other parts are mountainous. Natural areas include the outstanding Alcsúti Arboretum, with around 40 hectares, is a National Heritage situated in the Valley of Vál featuring a rare collection of trees and shrubs.
Population: approximately 420 thousand inhabitants
Other major places: Dunaújváros, Bicske, Gárdony, Sárbogárd, Mór, Előszállás
Main attractions: Székesfehérvár (Bory Castle, Szent István Király Múzeum, Szent Anna Cathedral, Bishops Palace), Brunszvik Mansion (Martonvásár), Csókakő Castle, Military Memorial Park (Pákozd), Dunaújváros city, Agárd resort town, Bodajk town, Alcsútdoboz village, Gánt village, Fertő Nature Protected Area and Bird Reserve, Etyek-Buda wine region, Tác archeological site, Alcsúti Arboretum Nature Reserves, Lake Velence
Nearest Airports: Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD - Budapest Liszt Ferenc Nemzetközi Repülőtér)