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Full-Day Private Tour to Szeged from Budapest
"According to the legends Attila king of the Huns had his seat nearby Szeged and was buried here. Despite its rich history the layout of today's city was mostly shaped by the great flood of 1879 of Szegedwhich literally wiped away the whole tow. Szeged has the most sunny days in Hungary which is perfect for growing the famous paprika and grants the city its nickname ""City of Sunshine"". Discover Szeged with private guide!We start the tour on Széchenyi square
From $500.00
 
Full-Day Private Tour to Szeged from Budapest
"According to the legends Attila king of the Huns had his seat nearby Szeged and was buried here. Despite its rich history the layout of today's city was mostly shaped by the great flood of 1879 of Szegedwhich literally wiped away the whole tow. Szeged has the most sunny days in Hungary which is perfect for growing the famous paprika and grants the city its nickname ""City of Sunshine"". Discover Szeged with private guide!We start the tour on Széchenyi square
From $500.00
 
Biking Day Tour on Zarand Hills from Timisoara
"We will drive to Siria Arad County determined to get on Zarad Mountains ridge. Once in Siria we get our bikes let some air in the wheels and hit the road. We will go up to the Siria Citadel hill (“Enlightened Fortress”) dating from the thirteenth century. We will learn a few things about it and enjoy the great views.Further on we will get deep in the forest. Pedaling slowly
From EUR45.00

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Béla Rerrich Square

This small square was named after the designer of the buildings round the Votive Church. Here, you can see the copy of Saint George Killing the Dragon made by the Kolozsvári brothers in 1373 and the...
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The Votive Church

The Votive Church of Our Lady of Hungary is the symbol of Szeged. You can see the 3 metres statue of Madonna, its patron and the protector of Hungary, above the main doorway.The cathedral was built on...
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Dóm tér

The spacious square is considered to be one of the Hungarian architectural wonders. It was designed by Béla Rerrich in 1930 and surrounded by university buildings (Szeged University facilities and...
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Pick salami museum

This museum takes you through a voyage of discovery, covering the family background of Mark Pick, the process of butchering and the actual stages of production of salami. We discover, amongst other...
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Get to know your salami

Pick’s salami are prize-winning. One of the most stylish exhibits (curiously hidden under a butcher’s block, is this great certificate awarded in the 1935 universal fair in 1935. I just love that art...
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Pick's paprika museum

I have long appreciated the rich and spicy flavour of Hungarian paprika, and on this trip I had the chance to find out all about its production. Just a short walk upstairs from the Pick salami factory...
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Borpatika / Wine apotheke

If you decide to visit Szeged than you have see a very nice local bar/drink house especially if you would like to taste the best Hungarian wines at the southern area. A friendly place and friendly...
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Roek Palota (Palace) - My favourite!!!

This is another building created by Ede Magyar in 1907. Magyar incorporated the commissioner of the building, Reök Iván's (an hydro engineer), profession in the building. Water lilies, waves and the...
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Grof palota (palace)

In 1913, Arpad Grof, a lawyer, commissioned a building to be made by the famous Hungarian architect Ferenc J. Raichle. The building is at the corner of Tisza Lajos and Arany Janos. The building has...
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Ungar Mayer Palota (Palace)

In 1911, Benõ Ungár and Áron Mayer commissioned a new building to be made by the famous Hungarian architect Ede Magyar. The tower on the top of the building depicts figures of women holding hands in a...
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Pista Danko

This statue is of a very famous Gypsy musician from Szeged who composed many Hungarian folk songs still sung today. Legend has it when a virgin girl walks next to the statue, the muscian plays music...
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Fountain

This is the fountain beside the Catholic Church called Havas Boldogasszony. The inscription on the fountain loosely translated says 'according to the beliefs of our folk, in every grain of wheat, you...
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The Gate of Heroes

The Gate of Heroes was erected in 1936 in honour of the soldiers who died during the First World War. On the arch of the Gate are frescos painted by Vilmos Aba-Novák. The frescos depict various patron...
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Tiszavirág szobor

Loose translation - Butterfly of Liberty Dedicated to the freedom fighters of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. It was created in 1998 by Melocco Miklós (his father was a journalist who was hanged for...
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Maros utca 1, Szeged, 6721, Hungary
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Bajza utca 6, Szeged, 6720, Hungary
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Dorozsmai Utca 4, Szeged, 6728, Hungary
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Hattyas Sor 19, Szeged, 6725, Hungary
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Wesselenyi St. 6, Szeged, 6720, Hungary
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GillianMcLaughlin

"Szeged: a key area in Hungarian history"
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akuku

"Its not just Budapest!!!"
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viddra

"The City of Sunshine"
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"Szeged-City of Sunshine"
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"TWO TOWERS"
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