Danube–Tisza Interfluve

Danube–Tisza Interfluve is the landscape in Hungarian territory (Hungary and Vojvodina (Vajdaság) in Serbia) in the Pannonian Basin between the Danube and Tisza rivers, east of Transdanubia. It covers a large part of the Great Hungarian Plain.


Its borders are Danube (west), Tisza (east) & Fruška Gora (Tarcal Mountain) (south). Its northeastern border is Rétköz small-landscape in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county.

The largest green area is the Kiskunság National Park. Avocets, geese and black-winged stilts nest in the area. The lakes provide a temporary home for tens of thousands of migratory birds. This ornithologist paradise is also a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Lake Szelid near Kalocsa, Lake Vadkert by Soltvadkert, Lake Kunfehér and Lake Sós at Kiskunhalas are ideal spots for bathing and camping.

Cities in Hungary

Cities in Serbia

See also


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