Csongrád-Csanád 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-Csanád 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-Csanád 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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