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Why Hungary?

Hungary is increasingly popular among business travellers. Year by year statistical data prove that Budapest is one of the most attractive MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, Exhibitions and Events) tourism destinations of Europe and the world but there is a growing demand also for destinations outside the capital city. Besides being an increasingly favoured convention venue, Hungary offers tremendous opportunities for recreation and active leisure time programmes for business travellers. Our cultural assets, health spas, excellent gastronomy and wines ensure that visitors will gain remarkable experiences during the leisure programmes organised after the meetings and conferences. The outstanding Hungarian achievements in the field of science, innovation, sport and arts are magnets attracting specialist conferences, congresses and large-scale events to Budapest. In addition, Hungary offers indoor and outdoor incentive and recreational programmes all through the year that provide valuable experiences not only for the conference guests but also for those accompanying them.

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Distance from Airport

  • 23.82 km from Venue

  • Liszt Ferenc International Airport

    25.75 km from City Center


Local Attractions

Museum of Ethnography

The building in which the Museum of Ethnography is now housed was originally built by Alajos Hauszmann (1847-1926) for the Ministry of Justice. As such, its grand style and richly ornamented interior reflect the majestic and powerful place Hungary's government occupied in Europe at the time. Sitting opposite the Parliament in Kossuth tér, its grand, stone-clad facade is ornamented with columns and statuary, and above, with a three-horse chariot holding the figure of the guiding spirit of the enlightenment.

Hungarian State Opera

The Hungarian State Opera is not only one of the most significant art relic of Budapest, but the symbol of the Hungarian operatic tradition of more than three hundred years as well. The Hungarian State Opera has always maintained high professional standards, inviting international stars like Renée Fleming, Thomas Hampson, Monserrat Caballé, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti to perform on its stage. The Hungarian cast include outstanding and renowed artists like Éva Marton, Ildikó Komlósi, Andrea Rost, Ilona Tokody, Dénes Gulyás, Kolos Kováts, Gábor Bretz, Attila Fekete, Zoltán Nyári, Béla Perencz.

Hungarian National Galery

The Hungarian National Gallery (also known as Magyar Nemzeti Galéria), was established in 1957 as the national art museum. It is located in Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary. Its collections cover Hungarian art in all genres, including the many twentieth-century Hungarian artists who worked in Paris and other locations in the West. The primary museum for international art is the Museum of Fine Arts.

Grand Market Hall

The Grand Market Hall is the best place to get your Hungarian specialities

Hungarian Natural History Museum

The reconstruction of the museum building complex has been a real success. The first phase of this monumental construction was completed in 1995-1996. Then, in 2004 one of Budapest’s most beautiful and unique interiors was opened with huge exhibition halls and a new lecture room seating 120 people. You can make your event spectacular by holding it on our magnificent premises, relying on our first-class facilities and event management skills. The halls suitable for hundreds of guests can be hired out for a variety of events, such as conferences, corporate entertaining and concerts. Entering the new building you find yourself in the extraordinary surroundings of the museum with a huge whale skeleton hanging above the entrance hall. The walls of the elegant halls are covered by natural tiles with fossils. The floor of the Coral Reef Passage is made of glass, as if you are walking on water. The halls have natural daylight coming from spectacular glass domes. At night stars give a special atmosphere to after-hours special events.

Széchenyi Bath

The Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the largest spa complexes of Europe. It's also the first thermal bath of Pest.bathing suits as well as a daytime outpatient hospital (complex physiotherapy department). The reconstruction of the pools of the swimming section, their equipment with water filtering and circulation devices was completed in 1999. The so-called fancy bath includes a whirling corridor, underwater effervescence production, neck shower, water beam back massage installed in the sitting banks and many other services.

Museum of Applied Arts

The Museum of Applied Arts was established in 1872 as the third such museum in Europe. From the very first moment of its birth the palace gave rise to heated debates. Its significance in the trend of the international Art Nouveau as well as in the oeuvre of Lechner is by now unquestionable fact. In it, the harmony of function with the high artistic level of mass formation and the individual decorating style were served by the most modern static structures. The colourful dome with its cladding of Zsolnay ceramics has been alluring to people from a great distance, while the open portico of the main entrance with its fairyland ornaments has been and still is enticing the passers by for a visit.

Buda Castle

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