Western Transdanubia consists of the three westernmost counties in Hungary, which sit south of the Danube River and on the slope of an area called the Alpokalja, or `the foot of the Alps`. The northern portion of the Alpokalja consists of the Sopron Mountains, named for Sopron, Hungary`s westernmost town. It sits just two miles from the shores of Lake Neusiedl (or Ferto in Hungarian). The largest city in Western Transdanubia is Gyor, the only city of the three to be located on the Danube, due east of Sopron. Close to Gyor, you will find the Pannonhalma Archabbey, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Due east of the southern Alpokalja is where the town of Sarvar is located, the site of the first book printing in the Hungarian language. This region is well-known for its thermal spas, and each of the major cities boasts at least one thermal spa that is open to the public.
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