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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,while the barren field in front of them served as a main market square and as a practice area for the soldiers...more
Szechenyi ter | In front of City Hall, Szeged 6720, Hungary
The central perimeter of the market is a pedestrian park, where you will meet traders with traditional products. The most important points to visit in this market are - Szeged City Hall and, immediately nearby, the statue of Tisza Lajos and the statue of King...More
Try to match your calendar with a festival in Szeged. The square is a popular venue for festivals and not to be missed, with or without festivals. Stunning flowers in summertime, just a beautiful place and easy to reach with public transport. Comfy shoes and...More
As I mentioned in another review, the city leaders in Szeged take great pride in showcasing their city by ensuring that the various beautiful squares and buildings are well preserved. This Square is yet another example of Szeged showing off its beauty for all to...More
Wheelchair access - YES
Statues abound in the park.
The shaded grid of avenues, benches and grass lure strollers and sunbathers of all ages.
The west side of the Square is dominated by the Town Hall and fountains. On the east side is an intriguing...More
Szechenyi Square is the heart of town with plenty of green space despite not having any iconic landmarks. It’s a favorite spot for locals to hang out and exercise during the day and even a quiet drinking spot for younger people at night.