Hungary is located in the heart of Europe. Easy connections and short travel times from all over Europe make it the right place to explore. The famous thermal spas, a sunset speedboat ride on the Danube River, exquisite wines, renowned “ruin bars”, Michelin-starred restaurants and world heritage architecture – the perfect mix that exceeds all expectations. With its beautiful capital Budapest, often called The Pearl of the Danube, it is truly a unique destination for any event.
The Pearl of the Danube
Budapest is a perfect combination of historical buildings, palaces, and fresh, contemporary cultural and gastronomical sites. Beautiful architecture, amazing venues, luxury hotels, excellent restaurants, vibrant night life and trendy bars with a unique atmosphere. That’s modern Budapest; a sparkling city that behaves like an elegant lady during the day but turns into a fun and very lively metropolis at night.
The Artistic Village
Due to its easy rail and river access, this charming little town has become a destination for tourists staying in Budapest. The local picturesque houses invite you to aimless walks and the dozens of local museums and galleries to discover the work of leading Hungarian artists. For lovers of traditional folk architecture, we warmly recommend a visit to the largest Hungarian Open-Air Ethnographic Museum, full of authentic original and relocated buildings.
The Hungarian Nappa Valley
Just a stone’s throw from Budapest you will reach the area of scenic vineyards, charming wine cellars, and delicious local wine – the Napa Valley of Hungary. In addition to the classic wine tasting, you can also learn the secrets of wine making from professionals, create your own wine and design your label. We can guarantee a perfect day with a touch of traditional Hungarian life and the warm hospitality of the locals.
A unique venue in Budapest that is worth mentioning: Ruin Bars. About 20 years ago young local architects and designers turned some abandoned building in the “Soho” district into a very unique and by now a very popular bar, which can be privatized for events.
Famous traditional Hungarian dishes are the goulash soup and chicken paprika. At the same time, Hungarian gastronomy has turned into art and has reached a very high level. No wonder Budapest has 7 Michelin-starred restaurants. In addition, Hungary has 22 wine regions offering a wide selection of first-class wines, such as Tokaji Aszú.
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