Have a rest on the main square of Makó at the “onion flower fountain”, and decide what to see first. Fortunately, there are many things to see, thanks to the works of architect Imre Makovecz, who was awarded the Miklós Ybl and Kossuth prizes: you can bathe in the Hagymatikum Bath, take a look at the Hagymaház (Onion House) the Music Pavilion, or the very unusual bus terminal.
The heart of Makó: Hagymaház (Onion House)
Onions are the symbol of Makó, so Imre Makovecz was quite understandably inspired by this vegetable when he built his relationship with the town. His first assignment was the renovation of the Hagymaház (Onion House) built where the onion market hall once stood. Today, the building is a business, cultural and entertainment hub, and attracts the eyes of visitors: the two half-glazed columns will help you identify it from quite a distance.