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Budapest, Hungary

The first thing to know about Budapest is that the city is made up of two distinct sides, Buda and Pest, on either sides of the Danube River.

There are medieval streets and houses, several museums and Roman ruins in Buda, while the more dynamic Pest is filled with promenades, cafes and markets. Fondly known as “the Paris of the East”, the Hungarian capital of Budapest is one of the best value destinations in Europe. A 1,000-year old culture means you will find several historical monuments rubbing shoulders with modern buildings. The Romans, Magyars, Turks, Austrians, and Soviets have all left their mark on Budapest, helping to shape it into the city it is today.

If you're intent on planning an incentive trip to Budapest, you should certainly visit the Hungarian Convention Bureau website. HCB has been established to help meeting planners get acquainted with Hungary and its conference and incentive facilities.

Watch this video to get a feel of what Budapest has in store for you.


Here's a quick guide to planning a 2-3 day trip for a group tour
or travel incentive for employees, dealers, distributors or doctors.


Spend your first day in Budapest exploring the various architectural monuments the city is famous for. It will give you an opportunity to acquaint yourself with the city.



Get in touch with us, via the contact form at the bottom of the page, if you need help organising a group tour or a corporate travel incentive tour to Budapest, Hungary for your organisation's employees or channel partners.