Szeged, the county city of Csongrad County, is in the centre of the South Alfold (Southern Great Plain) Region, located at the confluence of the rivers Maros and Tisza. It is the largest city in south-eastern Hungary, with 163 thousand inhabitants. Szeged is often called the "city of sunshine" with over 2100 hours of sunshine each year. "Region knowledge centre" title earned by the activity of the University of Szeged and the Biological Research Centre.

Sights: Dom, Synagogue, "Hero's Gate", Szeged City Hall, Domotor Tower, REOK Palace, "Black House" the Museum of Currency, The Water Tower called "Old Lady", Anna Fountain (with thermal water)

Entertainment:

Ferenc Mora Museum
Szeged National Theatre and Operahouse
Szeged Contemporary Dance Company
Szeged ZOO
Botanical Garden
Excursion to Opusztaszer (29 km from Szeged) with The Monastery, The Open-air Ethnographical Museum, The Nomadic Park, The Festy- Panorama.

Wellness and bath:

The four seasonal AquaCity "Napfényfürdő" Europe's longest all-year-round water slide, which is a closed, 272-meter long anaconda and starts from a 30-meter high, elevator-served slide tower. The other closed giant slide is 223-meter long and has a kamikaze section.
Anna Spa, Thermal Bath

Festivals:

Szeged Open-Air Drama Festival, "Bathing Court", "Castle Games", variety of gastronomic festivals; wine festival, beer festival, International Tisza Fish Festival etc.

Famous products:

Pick salami, Szegedi Paprika, Szegedi Fisherman's soup (Halászlé in Hungarian), "Szegedien Goulash", Handmade wood slippers

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