Eger is one of the most wonderful baroque towns in Hungary. It is also famous for its thermal baths and for its excellent red and white wines. The most impressive building is the classicist Archbishop's Cathedral - the second largest church in Hungary. On the first floor of the late-baroque Lyceum, you will find one of the most famous libraries in the country, with ornamental carvings and wonderful ceiling-frescos. The Main Bishopric Library has 130,000 volumes, including the first book printed in Hungary (in 1473), and a letter written by Mozart. In the tower you can find the country's first astronomical museum, the Spekula Observatory.