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   Updated: 19th Feb 2010


About Budapest

is a cosmopolitan city of almost two million people, its architecture is a mix of the Classical and Contemporary. Culturally, it is unmatched in Central Europe with a world famous opera house, museums, elegant boutiques and superb restaurants. The city's infrastructure is the envy of many european capitals

Andrassy Boulevard is Budapests answer to the Champs-Elysees, a stunning tree-lined avenue with world renowned fashion houses, bars, theatres and museums. 

It also leads to Hero's Square and is lined with 19th and early 20th Century mansions.

Hungary enjoys a western style stable government and also a well educated population. Although the local currency is the Hungarian Forint, our EURO is widely accepted and is expected to be adopted by 2010.

Budapest is famed for its unique cultural heritage, with 223 museums and galleries, 2 opera houses, 12 concert halls, 35 theatres and 237 monuments...


Enough to keep the most avid "culture vulture" happy, with its romantic restaurants, busy bars, monumental museums, brilliant boutiques and much more. It is easy to see why UNESCO designated the city as a World Heritage Site.

Under its hills there is a continuous cave system with medicinal waters welling up from thermal springs. 12 spas from 80 springs provide 70 million litres of thermal water daily.