Ásványráró lies the central part of Szigetköz, next to Danube, between Győr and Mosonmagyaróvár. It was created in 1936, by merging the two formers village (Ásvány and Ráró).
At the end of the village towards Dunaszeg, the famous "Kálvária" is located. It was built by Count Lázár Apponyi in Baroque style in 1738.
Near the "Kálvária", the monument of the victims of World War II, a work of sculptor József Somogyi is located.
Near to Kálvária stand an old black aspen tree. It is 100 years old. Protected natural values. The diameter is ~550 cm.
Because the most of the villagers are Roman Catholic (c. 96%), there are two (so-called) búcsú, of the village's churches. In Ásvány there is a church named for St. Andrew. It is a 136 m2 building of the 14th century. In Ráró there is a church named for St. Roch which is from the 17th century.