"Pécsett nagy terek, régi épületek, és barátságos emberek vannak."
Translation:There are big squares, old buildings, and friendly people in Pécs.
In case anyone is wondering about the strange form "Pécsett" for "in Pécs", here is an explanation (of sorts) in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungarian_noun_phrase#Town.2Fcity_names Pécs is, I think, the only town where the locative -tt form is in widespread use.
Pécsett, Győrött, Győrben are all correct forms; other towns of Hungarian origin take the much more common locative suffix 'on/en/ön.' The suffix 'ott' may also be used with town names that end with 'vár' (castle).
Sopronban, Debrecenben have the suffix 'ban/ben.' The names of those cities end with 'on/en.'
Esztergomban, Veszprémben also use the suffix 'ban/ben' due to their endings.