Hajdúszoboszló Hajdúszoboszló District, Hajdúszoboszló County, Hajdúszoboszló County, 22 km from Debrecen, Hungary's largest thermal bath. The third most popular town in Hungary after Budapest and Hévíz is the number of guest nights spent at commercial hotels. According to the 2012 data, Hungary is the 53rd most populated and seventeenth largest settlement.
Hajdúszoboszló is one of Hungary's most important tourist destinations due to its spa quarter and downtown. Next to the main entrance of the spa park is the statue of Ferenc Pávai-Vajna, the finder of thermal and thermal water. Next to the fountain is the Millennium Monument, the so-called Bell Tower. The monument is made up of almost fifty bells. The bell tower is surrounded by three wooden creations bearing the names of the Market Bird, the Tree of Life, the Wonderland. The spa park is one of Europe's largest resorts, consisting of a beach, swimming pool, aquapark and adventure park. The beach is surrounded by restaurants. The most popular among the elderly are thermal pools. Among the younger, the artificial wave, the Mediterranean coast is more popular. The beach has a swim-up pool, a pond and pools for children and playgrounds. Tickets can be exchanged separately in the Aquapark. The downtown is not far from the spa area. Next to the pedestrian street there are restaurants and shops.