Gyomaendrőd, this small and quiet town in Hungary is lying on flatland at the heart of the Southern Great Plain in the midst of yawning forests, flowery meadows and quiet billabongs.
The river and its flood plain is a natural reserve, part of the Körös-Maros National Park. Gyomaendrőd’s local government created a 26km long nature trail alongside the riverbed in the flood plain to be explored on foot, by bike or on horseback.
XV. International Fish Cooking Competition
XVII. International Volkswagen "Beetle" Meeting
XI. "Bogrács (Cauldron) Day" Potato Paprikash Cooking Competition
IV. Pentecostal Cauldron Cooking Festival and Family Day
XV. International Cheese and Cottage Cheese Festival
Pigsticker Hog-dressing and Distilled Spirits Competition of Gyomaendrőd
Sand Mine Fishing Lake
Area: 9 hectares
Average depth: 0,5 m - 8 m