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The Novotel Szeged is a 4 star hotel located in the centre of Szeged on the bank of the Tisza River. Spend your next holiday discovering this beautiful city and stay at the Novotel, close to the Ferenc Mora Museum and the Votive Church. There is plenty for the family to enjoy as well with a variety of sports and entertainment in and around the city. The hotel features a restaurant, bar and meeting rooms as well as WiFi internet and onsite parking for your convenience.

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