Debrecen, the ’Calvinist Rome’ is the third largest city of Hungary, and it lies on the east of Hungary. It is one of the fastest developing cities in the country in its cultural, economic, and industrial aspects. Its origins reach back to the early 13th century and the city is relevant in Hungary’s life ever since. When visiting this town the starting point of your tour must be the Kossuth Square and the Calvinist Cathedral where the Hungarian reformation started to spread across the country. From the square head to the Déri Museum which holds the collection of Friedrich Déri that he donated to the Hungarian government on one condition: they exhibit it in a museum in Debrecen for the students of the University of Debrecen which was one of the earliest universities established in Hungary. Even though its catholic population was only a family, today it has a catholic cathedral as well, the Saint Anna Cathedral where you can watch the replica of the world famous Shroud of Turin since 2011. If you are done with consuming all the holy buildings’ atmospheres you can relax in the Aquaticum which is a thermal spa with an aqua park section as well, situated in the Great Forest which is the part of Debrecen. In the Great Forest you can find the zoo of Debrecen too. Talking about natural sights in or near Debrecen, it is a must to mention the Hortobágy. The Great Plain of Hungary lies next to Debrecen within a few minutes car ride and it is a unique natural sight in Europe with its wildlife and climate. The various programs will help you get to know the region’s culture which roots from here. Since Debrecen is a big city with a whole lot of things to see and visit, it is considerable to rent a car. Reaching the Great Plain is also the easiest by car, and moving between the city centre and the Great Forest is more comfortable with a vehicle too.