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Hospitality & Catering Trips to Budapest

From £299.00

Overview
Reasons to Visit
Popular Itinerary
Places to Stay
  • Overview

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Hotel Facility Visit

      Both hotels have excellent thermal sections as well as conference centre, which make a visit especially comprehensive. The former is a stylish, modernized turn-of-the-century hotel, the latter is a modern building.Compettion between this group and the French ACCOR group, known for their brand-names Ibis and Mercure sees a rivalry developing in the hotel market as we see between TESCO and CORA on the Hungarian retail market.

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    2. Promontorvin Cellars

      At over 20 kms in length this is one of the longest cellar systems of the world. Certain lines of the system are traditional and architectural curiosities in their own right but as you walk through you will learn the history of the cellars as well as the applied methods of wine-production and storage. The cellar-visit is completed with wine-tasting in the St.Stephen chamber where 5 different types of wines are served and presented.

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    3. University of Horticulture and Food Industry

      The university was founded in 1853. It’s one of the prominent places of European horticultural and food industrail teaching. It is beautiful arboretum rich in rare plants. During the visit a teacher presents the university and shows round the group (laboratory, garden etc).

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  • Popular Itinerary

    Day 1

    Arrive into Budapest. Transfer to your hotel.

    Day 2

    Visit to a Spa Hotel. Both hotels have excellent thermal sections as well as conference centre, which make a visit especially comprehensive. The former is a stylish, modernized turn-of-the-century hotel, the latter is a modern building.Compettion between this group and the French ACCOR group, known for their brand-names Ibis and Mercure sees a rivalry developing in the hotel market as we see between TESCO and CORA on the Hungarian retail market.

    Visit to the Promontorvin Cellars. At over 20 kms in length this is one of the longest cellar systems of the world. The cellar-visit is completed with wine-tasting in the St.Stephen chamber where 5 different types of wines are served and presented.

    Day 3

    Visit to the University of Horticulture and Food Industry. The university was founded in 1853. It’s one of the prominent places of European horticultural and food industrail teaching. It is beautiful arboretum rich in rare plants. During the visit a teacher presents the university and shows round the group (laboratory, garden etc).

    Free time.

    Day 4

    Free time before flight home.

  • Places to stay
    • Hotel Atlas

      Located in Budapest city centre, adjacent to the Grand Boulevard, this popular hotel with its homely atmsophere is only a short walk to the nearest metro station and close to many restaurants - 2-4 bedded rooms - all rooms have private facilities, TV & phone -24 hour reception - Bar - internet access - Safe

    • Hotel Baross

      Renovated in 2000, in a central location close to restaurants. - Spacious 3 and 4 bedded rooms. - Rooms with private facilities, TV, & air conditioning. - 24 hour reception, hot & cold buffet breakfast.

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