The third largest city in Hungary, Szeged is known for the University of Szeged, one of the most distinguished universities in Hungary.
If you happen to spend a few days here, you'll soon notice that the city is not short on attractions. From art nouveau-inspired Reök Palace to the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Gròf Palace, Szeged's historic center is worth an exploration.
To discover more of Szeged's history, the Ferenc Mòra Museum has a wide collection of folk and traditional trades. For something different, visit the Pick Salami & Szeged Paprika Museum, a two-floor exhibition on salami and paprika production.