Budapest the majestic

The city of Budapest is built on an exceptional site, bisected by the Danube: on the Buda side, there are green hills and valleys and Pest on the Pest side, there is a vast plain. The heart of Budapest, World Heritage of UNESCO, is dominated by the beautiful panorama along the rushing waters of the river, beside which stands the impressive Parliament, Royal Palace, Fisherman's Bastion, the citadel of Mount Gellert and the fabulous Chain Bridge. This City of Central Europe is full of good restaurants, cafes and especially extraordinary spas such as Gellért and Széchenyi baths, where you relax in an exceptional setting. Somebody thinks that its grand architecture is the appeal of Budapest, but its vibrant cultural life and its relaxed lifestyle make it as one of the most charming European cities.

The Buda Castle

The hill where is located the Buda Castle is the most popular venue: it includes the Royal Palace now called Buda Castle. You can find inside a large bookstore, the Hungarian National Gallery and Museum of Budapest. We also find Matthias Church inside.

The Chain Bridge

Also called Széchenyi, Chain Bridge construction lasted from 1839 to 1849, and represent technical feat for this century. With its 380 meters it is the emblem of Budapest. Destroyed by the Germans in 1945, it was rebuilt and reopened for its centennial in November 20, 1949.

The Hungarian parliament

The parliament of Hungary is the largest European parliament and largest Hungarian building . Its neo-gothic façade is inevitable. This building consists of 691 rooms and the dome size is 96 meters

St. Stephen's Basilica in Pest

Largest religious building in Hungary, St. Stephen's Basilica is named after the creator of the Hungarian nation: King Stephen. You will find, in the holy Dexter, the relic of his forearm. The interior of the basilica is composed of mosaics, paintings and sculptures.

The thermal baths in Budapest (hot springs)

It is the most beautiful and famous thing in Budapest: the baths and spas. Indeed, these sources are used since ancient times. The Turks have built some of the better and handsome bathrooms in the world. Saunas, pools of ice water are including.


Whether you are looking for a luxury hotel, a romantic and charming hotel, or privatization hotel, Budapest offers a varied offer.


For a meeting of 10 or a conference of 5,000 participants, the offer is very varied and will undoubtedly satisfy your expectations.


just a taste of traditional cuisine, until gala dinner, Budapest offers a multitude of possibilities that will please all pallets.

Team Building

You want to strengthen the link of your teams, create a challenge or whatever your goal, our diverse and varied activities to meet your needs.


Budapest Airport is located approximately 30 minutes from downtown. Budapest is served from France, Belgium and Switzerland. IATA member, we will gladly take care of your tickets and charter.

Direct daily flights to Budapest (2012). It takes about 2 hours flight (from Paris)
Paris 7
Brussels 6
Geneva 2

Area: 93,033 km²
Capital: Budapest (1.7 million inhabitants)
Population: 9,931,000 inhabitants
Density: 108 inhab. / Km
Currency: forint (Ft). 1 euro = 292 HUF in May 2012
Language: Hungarian (Magyar)
Sites listed as World Heritage by UNESCO: the Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma, Budapest (the Danube, the Buda Castle and Andrássy Avenue), Hollókö the Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs, the Hortobágy National Park, the landscape Fertö / Nieusiedlersee, the wine region of Tokaj and caves Aggtelek.


The food is tasty. The dishes are not spicy currents. They use lots of dill, oregano, tarragon and basil. The city is full of restaurants where you eat good food, generally much less expensive than in France.


Colorful floral embroidery, dresses, tablecloths, blouses.

More expensive, traditional porcelains of Herend Floral also, painted eggs.

Matriochkas (nesting dolls), you will find in the Vaci street in Budapest, many souvenir shops that will offer, usually, these dolls in traditional red wood.

One will also find many wooden toys, not very expensive, to delight children. For little ones who like to dress, there are sometimes very colorful folk clothes.

For alimentation, bring the paprika, of course, but also cold cuts (salami), all can find in markets or in supermarkets. Also remember of wine, if you're not too busy: Tokaj and red wines (Egri Bikavér, for example). And the inevitable round bottle of Unicum.


  • 1 January: New Year
  • March 15: National Day (anniversary of the 1848 revolution). Everything is closed, even the Danube!
  • Easter Monday: holiday.
  • Whit Monday: holiday.
  • May 1: Labour Day.
  • August 20: Foundation of the Hungarian State and Birth of the Constitution (superb fireworks in Budapest).
  • October 23: Anniversary of 1956 uprising.
  • 1 November: All Saints Day.
  • 25 and Dec. 26: Christmas.


March: Spring Festival

June: Carnival of the Danube in Budapest

July-August Summer: Festival in Buda BudaFest

August: Sziget Festival in Budapest