Festival Centre – Szilágyi Mihály Hostel – Mórahalom, Szilágyi street 2.
The festival center is located in the town of Mórahalom, a 2-storey building with 44 rooms, capable of accommodating a total of 158 people. The Mórahalmi college was handed over on 23 November 2023. The building has an elevator, so you can easily go up to the upper floors. The entire building can be centrally cooled in summer. Each room has 4 person (2 – 2 beds). Each room (for 4 people) has its own shower, television, toilet and refrigerator. Mórahalom is a town in Csongrád-Csanád county, with a population of 6227.
Mórahalom is a city in Csongrád-Csanád county, in the Southern Great Plain region of southern Hungary. Mórahalom is a spa town located 20 km from Szeged, only 12 km from the western exit of the M5 motorway, along the main road 55.
Here you can find everything you need for a family vacation: thermal water with great therapeutic effects, various accommodations near the spa, local port and delicious sand wines, a rich cultural program, and many sports and excursion opportunities in the area.
The main attraction of Mórahalom is the spa named after Saint Elizabeth, which is one of the most popular domestic spas. An indoor adventure pool and sauna park with a separate children’s section await families.
Festival Centre – Pulitzer József Hostel – Makó, Posta street 6.
The festival centre can be found in the centre of Makó town, it is a 4-floor building, it has 88 rooms, it is available for altogether 225 persons. There is an elevator in the building, so it is easy to go to the upper floors as well. The rooms are 2-3-4-bedrooms. Every room has an own shower, toilet and a small fridge. The festival center functions as a 3-star tourist accommodation in Makó.
Makó is a town in Csongrád County, in southeastern Hungary, 10 km from the Romanian border, it lies on the Maros River. Makó is the fourth-largest town in Csongrád County after Szeged, Hódmezővásárhely and Szentes. The town is 200 km from Budapest. The town is noted for its onion which is a hungarikum, clarification needed the spa and the thermal bath.
The economy is based on agriculture. The town is noted for its production of onions and garlic. Both the climate and the soil structure make the town and its surroundings an ideal place for onion farming. Onions have been cultivated in the region since the 16th century. The first records of significant garlic production date to the late 18th century. International recognition of the garlic grown in Makó has been widespread since the Vienna Expo in 1873 and the Brussels Expo in 1888. Noted Hungarian people were born or have lived in Makó. Perhaps the most prominent is the American publisher and journalist, Pulitzer Joseph, who was born to a Jewish family here on April 18, 1847. Emigrating to the United States when young, he developed as a publisher, owning and operating two newspapers in the United States: in Saint Louis, Missouri and New York City; bequeathed funds to Columbia University to establish its school of journalism, and endowed the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism and photography, as well as literature, art and music. Makó and the surrounding region get the most sunshine in Hungary, about 85-90 sunny days a year. The sun shines more than 2100 hours a year in Makó.