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Hungary presents its tourism offer in Madrid for the MICE segment

Hungary presents its tourism offer in Madrid for the MICE segment
Nearly a hundred travel agents and tourism professionals have gathered at a workshop organized by Tourism Hungary to present their specialized product in the MICE segment.
Ambassador of Hungary in Spain, Enikő Győri, support the event with their presence. There were also the director of the Tourist Office of Hungary, József Németh, and Zoltan Somogyi, Executive Director of the World Tourism Organization. Hungary is interested in positioning itself as a MICE destination, with special emphasis on the potential of its capital, Budapest. The workshop was attended by 10 specialized Hungarian companies, receptive, hotels, hotel chains and government agencies.
Hungary has recently become an attractive destination for meetings and conventions at the international level. Budapest has a broad class hotels hotels 5 and 4 stars. Specifically, 15 5-star hotels and 51 four-star hotels, which offer sufficient capacity for events of different sizes. In addition, for 2018 it is planned to open a new congress center.
In the heart of Europe
Hungary, with 9.97 million inhabitants and 93,030 square kilometers, is located in the heart of Europe. It is surrounded by seven countries, strategic location makes it an ideal place to combine the visit with several other destinations platform.
Budapest, the capital, known as the "Pearl of the Danube", is the cultural and gastronomic heart of the country. The Danube River and its rich history make it one of the great capitals of Europe. Its nightlife is an added attraction.
Apart from its more than thousand years of history-Hungary is one of the oldest countries in Europe, this destination also boasts of being power for health tourism. 70% of Hungary hiding underground thermal water with temperatures ranging between 30 and 80 ° C. It also has the largest lake in Central Europe, Lake Balaton, 75 kilometers long.