Parks, Squares, Gardens, Rivers 14 results
  • Dugonics Square

    The square was named after the piarist priest and teacher András Dugonics, the writer of the first Hungarian novel (Etelka, 1788).
  • Maros backwater

    The maros backwater was separated from the bend of river Maros in 1860 as part id the river-contolling operation. Now it is a more that 4 km long oxbow with a width of 10-15 m.
  • Széchenyi Square

    The western walls of the castle built on the bank of the River Tisza in the 13th century were situated in the present Széchenyi Square...
  • Gergő woods

    The nature trail starts at the New Szeged-side of the Bertalan bridge, goes directly on the coast of the river Tisza and ends at the mouth of the river Maros (appr. by the memorial place of the old dike-reeve house). The walk is around 3 kilometers long.
  • The River Tisza

    The river Tisza is the longest river in Hungary, it has its source in the Eastern Carpathians and it meets the Danube flowing through Serbia.
  • The River Maros

    The complete length of the riveris 725 km, out of which only 48 km pass through Hungary.
  • Stefánia

    You can see the remnants of the gate Maria Teresia of the former castle behind the museum.
  • Arad Martyrs Square

    In the centre of the square of irregular shape stands the nicely proportioned equestrian statue of Ferenc Rákóczi II.
  • Botanical Garden

    When the University of Kolozsvár moved to Szeged in 1922, the city donated a land of 20 kh to it to establish a botanical garden.
  • Erzsébet Park

    Situated in Újszeged in the line of Belvárosi Bridge, the largest park of Szeged has an area of 15 hectares.
  • Saint Steven Square

    A nicely created park and a curiosity in the history of industry, the country's first water tower made of reinforced concrete await visitors in Saint Steven Square.
  • Klauzál Square

    The value preserving reconstruction of Kárász Street and Klauzál Square was recognised with the Europe Nostra Award in 2004.