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Senator Meetings & Incentives as a professional DMC in Budapest and Hungary can offer you following destination highlights:

Thermal baths
Balaton lake
Food: Goulash and Paprika sausages
Gypsy music
Mix of cultures, history, lifestyles
Danube river – right place for events

Destination practical information

Official Title: Republic of Hungary (Magyar Köztársaság)
Government: Parliamentary republic
Currency: Hungarian Forint – HUF
Area: 93,030 square kilometers
Neighb. countries: Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia
Population: 10,300,000 (21 % under 14 ; 60 % between 15 – 59)
Capital city: Budapest (2 million citizens)
Climate: Continental with Mediterranean and Atlantic influences. The average temperatures are -2°C (28°F) in January and 23°C (73°F) in July
Language: Hungarian (a very special language originating from the Finnougric tribe of languages)
Religion: Roman Catholic (majority), Protestant, Jewish
Local time: in the winter GMT+1 hour, in the summer GMT+2 hours (same as in Western Europe)
Telephone number: The country telephone code for Hungary is +36.
Electricity: The electric current in Hungary is 220 volts AC at 50 cycles per second (Alternating Current). You will need a two-pin European adaptor plug.
Public holidays: January 1st – New Year’s day
March 15th – National day
Variable – Easter Sunday and Monday
May 1st – Labor day, also anniversary of the accession to the EU
Variable – Pentecost (50th and 51st day after Easter, on a Sunday and a Monday)
August 20th – St Stephen’s Day
October 23rd – National Day – The day of the proclamation of the Third Hungarian Republic (since 1989)
November 1st – All Saints’ Day
December 25th and 26th – Christmas

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