The neo-baroque building called Déri Museum is one of the richest museum in Hungary. The greatest attraction of the fine art collection are the two pieces of the Muhály Munkácsy Christ Trilogy.
Being the second biggest city in Hungary, Debrecen has a large variety of transportation. Two lines start from the Main Railway Station, line 1 runs to the University whereas line 2 runs to a residential area in the suburbs of Debrecen. The network was not always that small, 7 lines used to run in the 1950s.
5 lines run, mostly in the Eastern part of Debrecen, all of them depart from Segner Square. Tickets are valid for all tram, trolleybus, and bus lines and they are quite affordable. For tickets valid minimum 1 day, having a photo ID is a must (also to write the ID number on the ticket)!
60 lines, including 7 night lines numbered from 90 to 93, and 6 express lines (some with 1 daily departure) serve the city and the suburban neighborhoods. Surprisingly, you can go to Debrecen Airport with buses 'Airport 1' and 'Airport 2'.
Debrecener or debrecziner is traditional Hungarian sausage spiced with paprika, garlic, pepper, etc. named after the city. You can taste it in a few places, from standing buffets to splurge restaurants.
Just 25 kilometers from Debrecen, the Hortobágy National Park which is the part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1999. It was the first national park of Hungary, showing the lifestyle of people, fauna, and flora on the 'puszta'.
Curious about thermal water? Visit Hajdúszoboszló, which is just a short trip (about 30 minutes) by bus. The water there is considered to cure rheumatic problems.
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