The famous wayside inn of Kondoros was built in 1740 at the crossing of eight roads. The famous-notorious highwayman, Sándor Rózsa hid in the double chimney of the inn and escaped from the gendarms through the tunnel, which can still be seen. His legend and the romantic stories of highwaymen are commemorated by the Museum of Local history in the Inn along with the history of Kondoros. The St. Joseph church of the large village was built in 1884. The series of programmes called the Highwaymen's days at the Inn has become a tradition preserving the equestrian folk traditions by organizing horse shows and competitions year by year.