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Budapest, Hungary Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 208
Total Sleeping Rooms 19,524
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 468
Committable Meeting Rooms* 138
Convention Center Space 35,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 19,520 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate HUF 41,691
Average Daily Meal Cost HUF 27,250
Average Weekly Car Rental HUF 45,510
*Maximum for a single hotel

Budapest, Hungary Things to Do and Attractions

Onyx

Creative and vibrant, the Michelin-starred Onyx serves fresh, seasonal Hungarian cuisine in a chandelier-lit space. Onyx serves lunch Thursday through Saturday from noon, and dinner Tuesday through Saturday from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Private dining

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Costes

The first Michelin-starred restaurant in Hungary, Costes is a stylish spot known for its international gourmet cuisine. Costes serves dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 6:30 pm to midnight. Private dining space is available.

Gundel Restaurant

Stately and iconic, Gundel Restaurant serves traditional and modern Hungarian fare amid fine paintings by Hungarian masters. Gundel Restaurant is open daily from noon to midnight. Group dining is available in the regal Queen Elizabeth Ballroom,

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Budapest Broadway

Found at the intersection of Nagymező utca and Andrassy Avenue, Budapest Broadway – the nickname for Pest's Theatre District – is the place to go for musicals, comedy, and traditional theater. The theater district is lined with nightclubs, galleries,

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Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music

The Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music serves as a world-renowned music conservatory and university, as well as a fantastic place to see classical music performances. Founded in 1875, the Art Nouveau conservatory features a 600-seat Grand Hall, and is

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Hungarian State Opera House

Considered to be among the world's best opera houses in terms of acoustics, the Hungarian State Opera House is also known for its stunning neo-Renaissance architecture and elegant features. Opened in 1884, the opera house features a three-floored

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Buda Hills

With peaks rising up to 1,600 feet, the Buda Hills mountain range features a system of trails, picnic spots, and recreation options serving as a respite from central Budapest. Visitors can take the chair lift from Zugligeti to the top of the hill, or

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Chain Bridge

One of Budapest's many landmarks, the 1,230-foot-long Chain Bridge spans the Danube, connecting Buda and Pest. It's a short, yet very scenic, walk across the bridge, and a great place to take in beautiful views of Budapest. The bridge's Buda end is

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MAHART PassNave Cruises

MAHART PassNave operates seasonal daytime Danube cruises, as well as evening dinner cruises and special sightseeing cruises along Margaret Island. Daytime cruises highlight the many attractions that line the Danube. Groups can choose from a number of

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Tropicarium

Set in the outskirts of Buda, the Tropicarium features central Europe's largest saltwater aquarium, as well as exotic birds, monkeys, tropical rainforest, and freshwater tank housing fish indigenous to Hungary. Visitors frequent the ray touch tank

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Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden

The Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden, opened in 1866, is one of the oldest in the world. Showcasing animals from seven continents, the 11-acre zoo features a butterfly garden and petting zoo, as well as its stunning Art Nouveau structures. The

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Margaret Island

An oasis in the middle of the city, the 1.5-mile-long Margaret Island is a recreational park situated in the middle of the Danube. Visitors go to the vehicle-free Margaret Island to take a break from the hustle and bustle, and explore its gardens,

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Thermal Baths

Rich in thermal baths thanks to Hungary's thin earth crust, Budapest is home to traditional Turkish baths dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries. Highlight spas include the Szechenyi Baths, Budapest's largest medicinal bath, and one of Europe's

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Buda Castle

A World Heritage Site and one of Budapest's iconic landmarks, the sprawling Buda Castle on Castle Hill is a historical castle and palace complex of Hungarian kings. Today, the castle is home to the National Gallery and Budapest History Museum. Castle

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Hungarian National Museum

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Surrounded by a scenic garden in the city center, the Hungarian National Museum is the oldest publish museum in Hungary. Visitors learn about the history, science, and achievements of Hungary through a comprehensive collection of coins, art,

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