Spa town in Hungary
Mórahalom is a town in Csongrád county, in the Southern Great Plain region of southern Hungary. Mórahalom is famous for its thermal spa.
Mórahalom is a developing town located 20 km (12 mi) far from Szeged, only 12 km (7 mi) from the western exit of the M5 motorway, along the main road 55.
Who visits Mórahalom can admire several interesting sights, not only in the local region but in the neighbouring regions as well. The “Aranyszöm” Programme Centre is situated in the heart of Mórahalom, including a theatre hall with seats for 300 visitors, a ceremonial hall for 80 visitors and ball room for 150 visitors. Next to the summer entrance of the Saint Elizabeth Spa, the recently opened Doll Collection can be found. On the Road of Zákányszék, the guests have the opportunity to visit the Strudel House including a workshop for strudel-making, as well as an open-air exhibition and visitor area behind the building complex, where the guests can enjoy the evening with musical performances in the summer. In the outskirts of Mórahalom, the recently renewed Wine House is situated where visitors can take part in wine-tastings, have a look at exhibition halls and galleries and enjoy their time in the covered terrace and the play ground.
Some kilometres away from Mórahalom visitors can admire the Lake Nagyszéksós, where they can have a look at the bull herd, or even they can have a boat ride, and those ones who would prefer hiking can visit the Green Community House and Forest School, where they can choose from many routes and possibilities. Visitors can also have a look at the Bird Garden in Zákányszék located 8 km (5 mi) far from Mórahalom, where hundreds of specimens of approximately 80 species can be seen in a lovely park. The lovers of equestrian sports can visit the “Futó-Dobó” Horse Centre, where they have the opportunity to try pony riding and lunge line riding, class riding and cross-country riding at beginner and advanced level.
Those who prefer museums can visit the Sand Ridge Memorial House next to the Strudel House, where the guests can admire the memorial room displaying the works of Klebersberg Kunó and the collection of objects collected by the inhabitants of Mórahalom. It is worth visiting the Old House Farm Museum or the Paprika Park in Röszke, where the origins of spice pepper, its traditional and modern uses and values are shown.