Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful capitals of the world. Budapest is situated on both sides of the Danube River. On the right bank stands the hilly and wooded Buda and on the left bank, on the plain, Pest. Budapest is also the centre of cultural life in Hungary. It is perfect place not only for tourists, but also for foreign visitors attending conferences, for the city has something to offer everyone with a few hours to spend after work or between meetings. Budapest is easy to reach by air and on the ground. The warm hospitality of people, excellent food and wine, reliable and frequent public transportation, vivid cultural life, rich museums, attract millions of visitors every year. Visitor friendly visa policy, value-for-the-price services and goods, and pleasant climate make Hungary one of the most popular meeting venues worldwide. Budapest named "the pearl of the Danube" or "little Paris", is definitely the city you won't be disappointed in, and it is just ascertain that if you come, there will be one more person falling in love with it.


Hungary, member of European Union, is situated at the heart of Europe, between East and West, North and South. The Hungarian economy is the fastest growing economy in the region, especially with respect to information technology and telecommunication.

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