• Danube Bend
• Lake Balaton
• Hévíz Thermal Lake
• Tokaj and Villány wine regions
Key Airports & Flight time from UK
Liszt Ferenc International Airport
Several direct flight daily from UK
Flight time between London and Budapest is 2 hours and 30 minutes
Weather & Seasons
Hungary has a mild continental climate with four distinct seasons. Summers are hot with low overall humidity levels but frequent rain showers, while the winter is cold and snowy. Average high temperature in the summer is 23 to 28°C and average low temperature in the winter is −3 to −7 °C.
Hungary’s weather is ideal for conference, congress tourism all year around. For incentives we typically recommend the period between March and November.
Hungary is in the Central European Time Zone (GMT+1).
Daylight saving time: runs between the end of March and the end of October (CET+1/GMT+2).
Currency and money
The Hungarian currency is the forint.
Hungary can be reached easily from anywhere on the continent. Direct flights with flight times of less than 2 hours connect its capital city with most main European destinations. No wonder why it has become a favorite location for several conferences and congresses. Budapest is a vibrant capital city with amazing event venues and is also in the front line when it comes to connectivity and information technology, the country has the world’s third fastest 4G network.
Hungarians have always been famous for their creativity and innovative spirit, many important inventions in the world are attributed to people of Hungarian descent. The country has an exceptional number of Nobel Prize laureates in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, economics and literature.
See the City Through the Eyes of an Expert.
Senator will help you to discover Budapest and it's surrounding areas secrets, offering great program options for 3-5 day incentive trips.
Budapest is a city that is full of energy, reinventing itself with the world watching. Whilst appreciating its rich history, you have to commend the present. Old war-torn buildings are being re-purposed as gathering spaces for the youth, including art galleries, wine bars, restaurants, and the world famous "ruin pubs". There is a character of resilience and innovation that no other city can match.
On a thematic sightseeing tour you will learn that Budapest is not just a place with magnificent architectural heritage but also the home of great inventors.
Take a motorboat ride on the majestic Danube. You’ll glide under the stunning bridges, with a breathtaking view over the magnificent banks and monument sights on both sides – these banks are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s impossible to decide which is more beautiful: the view from the Danube or the one from the famous Buda Castle.
Budapest is often called the Capital of Spas. The city has 118 thermal baths and natural springs, more than any other capital city in the world. The medicinal waters offer a great way to relax and to regenerate. Have you ever thought about having an entire bath house only for yourself? Your dream may come true while in Budapest.
Don’t miss the Great Market Hall experience where you can find all kinds of products from paprika to linen, lace and pottery followed by a Senator signature cooking course.
Programmes are totally customizable, compiled by Senator.