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Nagykanizsa is is a city in Hungary in the centre of the Somogy-Zala hills lying between the western corner of the Lake Balaton and the Croatian and Slovenian border. At the same time this pulsing border town with its 55.000 inhabitants is the centre of the the South-Western Transdanudian region. This also the traditional transitplace of the trade and tourism heading for or arriving from the Adriatic and Italian harbours.

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In the town you can find a 20 m long covered swiming pool with saunas and solariums, several shops, supermarkets, shopping centres, theatre and concert hall, discos and night clubs. In the suburb there are possibilities for riding horses, wellness services and medical bath in Zalakaros, at the weekends organized cycling tours and hikes.

The water of the 15 km far, European famous Zalakaros spa bath (open all year) is allegedly effective in curing problems of arthritis, women's diseases, disorders of the nervous system and gum's inflammation. The 2-3 week long bath cure is supposed to be excellent for regaining your energies in case of tiredness or exhaustion.

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  • Hotel Touring Nagykanizsa, Attila utca 4, +36 93 536-590 (), [1]. 40 rooms with private shower and toilets, colour TV; common kitchen and free breakfast. breakfast room are waiting for the guests  edit
  • Marika-City Pension, [2]. Sugar U 45, +36 93 326 311In the central pension designed of high level, 7 rooms with shower and tiolet, with colour TV; breakfast room and carpark are waiting for the guests. Free wifi spot.

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