- Greater Budapest
- Debrecen and surroundings
- Tokaj and Nyíregyháza
- Pécs region
- Sopron region
- Bük and Sárvár
- Eger region
- Győr and Pannonhalma
- Szeged region
- Gyula region
Szeged is a place teeming with old-fashioned cafés and is the centre of Art Nouveau. It’s a place where it feels good to sit on the bank of the River Tisza or discover the region’s myriad wonders.
Fish soup, paprika or salami. These are the dishes that will surely pop into your mind when you mention the gastronomic specialities of the town in the southern Great Plain. But what else does the town have to offer?
Once you see the town, you’ll fall in love. Szeged has that certain countryside charm that evokes the beginning of the last century.
This huge water complex is open all year around, and has the longest slide in Europe.
The little town of Makó on the right bank of the River Maros, close to the Romanian border, is famous for the Makó onion, which has been declared a Hungarikum. The town offers visitors a truly relaxing experience.
Visit the five-star thermal bath in this pleasant little town, just 22 kilometres from Szeged. Visit Mórahalom!
What do Ópusztaszer, Mezőhegyes and Hódmezővásárhely have in common? Each is home to a relic dear to Hungarians.
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