Csongrád is located in the south, on both sides of the Tisza River, on the border with Serbia and Romania. The administrative centre of the Csongrád county is Szeged, the third largest city in the country today. The region has a large number of hours of annual sunshine and excellent soil, making it the most important agricultural area of Hungary. The most famous products are Szeged paprika and Makó onions. Csongrád has one of the most interesting lists of spas in the country. Szeged has two, while Szentes, a town with only 28,000 inhabitants, also has two thermal baths with temperatures reaching 40°C.

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