How to reach the settlement?

By Car: From Budapest, take the M5 motorway towards Szeged. Exit the motorway at the Szeged-west exit. Follow the signs towards Baja and turn right at the intersection onto road 55. Continue straight into the town of Mórahalom. At the second exit of the roundabout near the bus station, you can turn onto Tömörkény utca (Street), where you'll find the Tourist Office of the settlement.

From the Röszke Border Crossing (Serbia): After crossing the border at Röszke, take the Szeged-South exit from the M5 motorway. Keep left in the direction of Mórahalom. Proceed straight at the roundabout near the bus station. Then, turn left onto Tömörkeny utca (Street), where you'll find the Tourist Office of the settlement. The office is open on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Here, you can inquire about our current program offerings and the sights of the settlement. Additionally, from Serbia, you can use the Ásotthalom-Bácsszőlős border crossing, which operates daily from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. according to normal operating hours.

For travelers coming from Romania, you can take Road 43 from the Nagylak border crossing. Upon reaching Szeged, continue on Road 55. This will lead you to the roundabout located at the bus station in Mórahalom. Take the second exit at the roundabout, then turn left onto Tömörkeny utca (Street). From there, you'll find the centre of the settlement where the Tourist Office is located. They can provide further assistance and information about the area.

Free parking spaces are available throughout the city in designated areas. You can locate these designated parking areas by scrolling down the page, where they are illustrated on a map for your convenience.

Charging stations are available in our city for owners of electric cars. As part of our commitment to environmental awareness, we strive to provide all necessary conditions for electric vehicle owners and stay abreast of the latest technologies. Given the growing popularity of electric cars in recent years, we believe it's crucial to establish a well-developed network of charging stations.

We've set up two charging stations in our city:

  • Röszkei út (Road) - Across from the Bivaly Bowling Club & Bar
  • Szövetkezeti út (Road) - Behind the solar parking lots

To initiate charging, you'll need to download the Mobiliti app, accessible on both Android and iOS platforms. This app offers comprehensive service for charging electric vehicles in Hungary. Mobiliti users can utilize our updated app and Mobiliti physical customer keys at nearly 500 charging stations across Hungary. The app provides detailed and up-to-date information about all e-car charging stations in Hungary. Once downloaded, the app can also be utilized offline, ensuring you have access to information anytime, anywhere.

Travelers can catch long-distance buses to Mórahalom from the Szeged bus station (Mars Square) if there's no direct route from their departure point. Buses departing from Szeged to Mórahalom leave from stops 1, 2, 3, and 11. If you arrive in the settlement via a separate bus, you can park it at the Sports Hall parking lot on Móradomb körút (Boulevard). Alternatively, temporary parking is available at the entrance to the spa from the Millenniumi sétány (Promenade) for boarding and exiting only.

Travelers arriving by train can reach Mórahalom by first arriving at the Szeged Railway Station. From there, you can take tram 1 or 2 or bus 20 to reach the Mars tér (Square) bus station. Long-distance buses to Mórahalom depart from stops 1, 2, 3, and 11 at the Mars Square bus station. For exact departure times, you can inquire at the information desk or use the schedule planner provided below.

Travelers coming from Serbia can access Mórahalom via the Szabadka-Szeged railway line. If you choose this route, you can disembark at the Röszke train station. From there, you can inquire about bus routes to Mórahalom using the timetable search engine mentioned earlier. Alternatively, you can take a train to Szeged and then proceed to Mórahalom by intercity train as described previously.

By bicycle:

You can find illustrated bicycle access routes on the map available on the following website: