Discover Tata


The Tata City Guide is the perfect resource for anyone visiting the host city of the 2023 OCR European Championships. This comprehensive guide provides you with all the information you need to plan your trip and make the most of your time in the city.

Whether you are looking for accommodation, restaurants, attractions, or cultural events, the Tata City Guide has got you covered. You can easily browse through the different sections of the guide to find the information that you need, including detailed descriptions of hotels and restaurants, as well as recommendations for the best places to visit and things to do in the city.

In addition to providing practical information, the guide also offers insights into the city’s unique culture and history. You can learn about the city’s famous landmarks, museums, and art galleries, and discover the best ways to immerse yourself in the local culture.

With the TATA CITY GUIDE, you can plan your trip with confidence, knowing that you have access to all the information you need to make the most of your time in the host city of the 2023 OCR European Championships. So whether you are a participant, a spectator, or just a curious traveler, be sure to check out to get an inside scoop on all the best things to do and see in this exciting and vibrant city.

World-class sports centers


Tata is a baroque town with 25 thousand inhabitants – located in a valley, between the Gerecse Mountains and Vértes Mountains – situated near Budapest. Its charm is reflected through the historic buildings for which the renaissance fortress is best known for.

The town’s local history collections and the open-air geological museum are also well worth a visit. Its large lakes and popular outdoor swimming pools attract the fans of aquatic sports and angling while the shady parks refresh the lovers of nature.

In addition to its cultural and natural attractions, Tata is also a hub for outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling, with numerous trails to explore. Finally, the town is renowned for its delicious local cuisine, which includes traditional Hungarian dishes as well as modern fusion cuisine.

Tata is attractive in all seasons but is most exciting in summer when colorful festivals, outdoor concerts and acknowledged sports events take place in the town. Boasting a variety of comfortable hotels, campsites, restaurants and cafés, Tata ensures a warm welcome for all visitors.


Access the official website of the Northwestern Hungarian Olympic Center to find out more about the services and facilities of the next location of the 2023 edition of the OCR European Championships.

Address: Hungary, 2890 Tata, Baji u. 21.
Coordinates: GPS: 47.647696, 18.338118


Access by car: The easiest way to reach the Tata Olympic Center is by car, from the M1 motorway. It is recommended to take the Tatabánya Exit from the highway (Exit 61). From there, it’s a 10-minute drive to the location. Check out the M1-to-OCREC23 Google Map. If this is the first time that you driving to Hungary, you can access is a detailed map with all the Hungarian motor highways here. Parking information will be provided later!

Access by train: Get off at the Tóvároskert stop. The train departs from Budapest Déli railway station and the destination is Tóvároskert. The travel time is 1 hour. Trains run hourly during the day and every half hour in the afternoon (only local trains stop here!). Train departure times can be found here. From the Tóvároskert stop, it is an 800-meter walk, approximately 10 minutes on foot, to the entrance of the Tata Olympic Center. Check out the Tóvároskert trainstation-to-OCREC23 Google Map.


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