Tusnádfürdő - 1997
Tusnádfürdő, in Székelyföld – Hargita county, is the oldest twin city of the district. The relationship between the two cities in the field of economy, religion, education, sport and tourism has been flourishing since 1997. The beautiful environment of the settlement, famous for its healing water and health resort, offers a lot of relaxation options too.
Dabrowa Tarnowska - 2000
We have had a colourful relationship with our Polish twin city, Dabrowa Tarnowska District Government since september 2000. Besides exchange of experience of the healthcare, educational and social institutions the area gives a lot of possibilities for relaxation as well. As a gift from the local authority a plaque commemorating József Bem was inaugurated on 13 september 2003 in Bem street 2 of our district. It’s an important relic as well as a pilgrimage destination for the Polish living in Hungary.
Nin is the oldest Croatian royal city with a population of only 1500, situated on a small island in the middle of a shallow lagoon in Zadar county. The sandy beach with its gentle slopes is not only perfect for bathing but the medical mud and salt production are among its treasures too. Apart from the beautiful and amazing beach this settlement is rich in historical memorials as well. In 1105 Nin became the part of the Hungarian Kingdom and was declared free royal city by King Andrew II.
Artashat - 2003
The history of the Republic of Armenia is less known for the Hungarian people, although it was here for the first time that christianity became state religion. Artashat, the oldest city of the country, which was once the capital of the Armenian Kingdom is situated 30km south-eastward from Jerevan.
Neszebar - 2004
The Bulgarian Neszebar on the coast of the Black Sea was a prosperous and thriving settlement in the ancient times. The breathtakingly beautiful old town, situated in a peninsula, was enlisted as world heritage site by UNESCO in 1983. Napospart (Sunny Beach), one of the most amazing resort, can also be found here.
San Nicola la Strada - 2005
The south-Italian town San Nicola la Strada is situated in the Terra Lavoro lowlands, a couple of kilometers from the county center Caserta, famous for its silk industry, and 20km from Napoli. The settlement started to develop intensively after the second world war. The temporary head of state signed a declaration on the city’s right to self-management and self-government and in public administration it was attached to Caserto in the royal decree of 1928.
Roding - 2006
The city of Roding is a real gem of the Bavarian forest and is situated in Cham county alongside river Regen. In the framework of twin city partnerships, besides exchange of experience between civil organizations and institutions, one of the most prioritized tasks is to support the German education in Hungary and our institutions are given a lot of help by their partner institutions.
Obzor - 2009
Obzor city is situated in the middle between Várna and Burgasz in its picturesque environment. Obzor is a developing, rather quiet resort place that attracts more and more tourist every year. The streching sandy beach and the beautiful green area provide a relaxing vacation during the whole summer. The two cities cultivate their relationship mainly in the field of culture, art groups attend each other’s cultural festivals.
Körösfő - 2012
Körösfő belongs to Kalotaszeg and is situated in the western part of Kolozs county where - just like in Székelyföld – the majority of the population is Hungarian-speaking. The local community inaugurated the Vasvári Memorial Building in 2003 in commemoration of Pál Vasvári, the young revolutionist and freedom fighter, who was killed in action with his comrades in the Gyulai mountains on 6 july 1849. The main objective of the partner relationship is to get to know each other by meeting regularly and to exchange and use experience and cultural values. Furthermore, it’s a priority also to give opportunities to exchange information and to establish economic connections.
Szepsi - 2014
Szepsi is a town streching along the two banks of Bódva brook, south-westward from Kassa. We have been in connection with the active Hungarian community since 2014 with our churches and their schools participating significant roles. One of the best wine-growing region of Felvidék (Upper Land) is still proud of its famous past.
Técső - 2016
Técső is one of the most ancient settlement of Transcarpathia spreading directly along the Ukranian-Romanian border. The settlement receiving the town rank in 1961 is situated 30km from Huszt on the right bank of the Tisza river, has a population of around 13000, among them 3000 consider themselves Hungarian.