Sgezed – Hungary


Sgezed – Hungary

per person
3 Days
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Main City Square, Old Town
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat, light jacket.


History of the City

Regional Telecottages Public Association of South Hungarian Plain

Regional Telecottages Public Association of South Hungarian Plain (DTE) was established by 21 founder members and since, then 51 telecentres has joined from Bács-Kiskun, Békés and Csongrád county. DTE has an extensive partner network on national and international level in order to provide the trainer and advisory background. Our aim is contribute to economic, social, cultural development of the settlements and the small regions of the South Hungarian Plain and to deal with regional and digital disadvantages and to surmount regional obstacles. It is important for us to show and make the local values well-known with the help of ICT devices, which also contribute to rural development.

Békés Megyei Könyvtár/library

Our most important goal is to serve you according to your needs, to help you with your daily work, learning, and spending your free time with information and documents. We intend to provide wide access to the public domain of Hungarian and universal culture. We pay special attention to the preservation of the natural values, cultural, historical and ethnographic traditions of Békés County. We strive to serve our partners who are involved in researching and presenting economic and social processes. As a state-of-the-art library and information center with our continuously developed document base, well-prepared librarians help readers.

Móra Ferenc Múzeum, Szeged Móra Ferenc Museum

The Móra Ferenc Museum lies at the heart of Szeged, at the intersection of the Tisza-riverbank and the Downtown Bridge, its reputable building is an important part of the cityscape. In addition to its permanent and constantly renewing seasonal exhibitions, significant research is being conducted within the walls of the cultural palace in the fields of Archeology, Ethnography, Historical and Natural Science. The Museum was founded in 1883 and the neoclassical building was opened in 1896. The institute was renamed in the honor of its former Director, Móra Ferenc in 1950. The cultural palace awaits its visitors with interesting exhibitions throughout the year. The Móra Ferenc Memorial Room represents the former Director not just as one of the more outstanding figures of national literature, but as an archeologist, researcher, and an individual as well. In addition to his personal items and furniture, visitors can see special photos in the exhibition room upstairs.