Bacs-Kiskun is a county (megye) in southern Hungary. People who lived in Bacs and Bodrog before World War II, as well as parts of Pest, Pilis, Solt, and Kiskun before the war, now live in this county, which was formed as a result. People in Hungary live in Bacs-Kiskun County, which has an area of 8,445 km2. The land is mostly flat, with a few hills around Baja. The largest city and county seat of Bacs-Kiskun is Kecskemet.
Because the county is also part of the Danube?Kris?Mures?Tisa euroregion, it has a lot to offer.