Things to see and do - Szeged
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Szeged Travel guide
Szeged : Michelin's recommendations
Szeged is a charming, beautiful city and the sunniest place in Hungary. Formerly a centre of salt distribution, Szeged suffered a catastrophe on the night of 12 March 1879, when the Tisza flooded. Fewer than 300 houses withstood the damage and the town was entirely rebuilt to plans by the architect Lajos Lechner, who had helped remodel Budapest. Although Szeged has been unable to retain all its old buildings, it is nonetheless a pleasant place to visit with its wide squares, parks and gardens.
Tourist attractions Szeged : Things to see and do
H - Szeged 6720
The synagogue in Szeged is considered the most beautiful in Hungary, and possibly even Europe. It was built between 1900 and 1903 in the Art Nouveau style with Moorish elements. An immense dome supported by 24 columns and decorated with white roses a..
Klauzál Tér H - Szeged 6720
On the elegant, beautifully laid out square, stands a statue of Lajos Kossuth, the hero of the Hungarian fight for independence. Kossuth gave his last speech here before going into exile. On a completely different note, the famous Virag pastry shop h..
Szoborkert 68 H - Szeged 6700
Located on the spot where seven Magyar tribes (9C) pledged their loyalty to Árpád, this park boasts a phenomenal collection of archaeological, cultural, artistic and ethnographical points of interest, combined together in exhibitions and shows. It is..
Hajnóczy street 1/b. H - Szeged
Prix Prices from : 68 €
Tiszavirág Szeged is set in the historic house with an inner court in the centre of Szeged. It offers free Wi-Fi, a restaurant, wellness facilities and modern accommodation units. All rooms and suites comprise a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a..
Teréz u.30. H - Szeged 6724
Prix Prices from : 38 €
Kossuth Lajos sugárút 74/C H - Szeged