Rátót is a village on the left bank of the river Rába. Its borders are washed by the Lahn stream in the south and the main road 8 in the north. Its most significant building is the Széll Kálmán Castle, a historic building. Arad Park is located near the stream in the village where, according to tradition, Ferenc Deák, one of the wise men of the country, planted thirteen oak trees in memory of the martyrs of Arad.
The Roman Catholic church was built in 1992 with the help of the inhabitants of the village. The church is built in modern style with wooden bell-tower, low-trunk bones, which carry on the architectural traditions of the area. In the castle’s park, which is a nature reserve, there are several trees and shrubs that are rare.