Geography and directions



Pusztazámor lies just at the feet of Zámorhegy between the hills of Etyek and the plateaus of Érd, 28 kilometers to the south from Budapest at 150 meters above sea-level on the stream Zámori. This small stream, like all its larger fellow creeks the Szent László and the Benta start from the eastern side of hill Gerecse then at Mezőföld join the river Benta and finally end in the Danube.


Weather conditions and climate play an important role in the architecture and life in general of the area’s residents. The annual average temperature is in-line with the continental climate and with the rest of the country’s; 10, 5 Celsius. The average temperature in the hottest months that are July and August is 21 Celsius. In the coldest month in January that average becomes minus 1, 6 Celsius. The dominant wind direction of the region is the north-western which is relatively present between 30-40%. It is one of the windy regions of the country with average wind velocity of 3, 5-4 m/s. The windiest moths are March and April.


The parish can be reached by car in four ways:

- take the Regional Waste-Producing Center exit at 22km
- on the M1 through Biatorbágy towards Sóskút
- taking the route Budapest-Budakeszi-Páty-Biatorbágy-Sóskút (stunning route)
- Budapest-Diósd-Érd-Sóskút


Using public transport: take the Volán coach from Etele square (direct line)

Decrease font size Default font size Increase font size