Budapest, the capital city of Hungary

Budapest is an important economic hub and a buzzing cultural city. Hungary is a member of the European Union (located within the Schengen Zone), NATO and OECD and is one of the Visegrád Group countries also including Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The country is very conveniently located in Europe providing an easy access to the conference from all over the world. All European capital cities have frequent flight connections to Budapest, and many cities have good train connections as well, which facilitate low carbon travel. Overseas participants can use one of the international hubs, such as Frankfurt in Germany or London in the UK.

Hungarian education and scientific life has gained credibility over the decades and Hungary is widely recognized as an ideal location for conferences and other international events. Globally renowned inventors, artists and Nobel Laureates prove the high quality of education provided by institutions of higher education based in Hungary.

Budapest, often referred to as the 'Paris of the East' is the capital city of Hungary and home to about 1.7 million people. Stunning architecture, exiting cultural sights and picture-postcard scenery are just a few things that make the city one of the most attractive in Europe for both travellers and long term visitors.

Budapest provides a vibrant atmosphere for international events. Reasonable living costs, a user-friendly public transport system and a high level of personal safety make Budapest popular among visitors. Half of Hungary's university students study in the capital making it an important university town of Europe.