DMC HUNGARY, Budapest's leading DMC conference planner (organiser) and events specialist for incentive travel and conventions. A preferred destination management company and supplier used by international conference organisers worldwide.
This leading Destination Management Company in Central & Eastern Europe specialises in Incentives, Conferences, Product Launches & Corporate Events.
DMC Services (Destination Management Company)
Touring: city highlight tours; themed walking tours with inside visits to sights and museums; full day excursions by private trains or planes; excursions to UNESCO sights; enhancements such as meet local artists & historians, receptions, private concerts & performances.
Activities: themed walking rallies; wine tastings; car rallies; cooking lessons; art classes; various sports activities; wellness programs; flight-seeing; treasure hunts; fashion shows; off-road activities.
Casual Functions: wine festivals in casual atmosphere with folklore entertainment, traditional food and handicraft markets with local artists; Medieval dinners in former churches with Renaissance musicians and dancers; transfers by old-timer trams; countryside excursions with horse shows and nostalgic train transfer; dinner cruises; receptions at champagne and wine cellars; open air markets.
Formal Functions: beautifully restored palaces with classical entertainment; museums exclusively opened for private receptions & dinners; private concerts; Imperial soirées at former royal palaces; elegant functions on the stage of opera houses and theatres; themed entertainment combining classic with rock.
Budapest is the capital of Hungary and the country's principal political, cultural, commercial and industrial centre. Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the river Danube with the amalgamation in November 1873 of right-bank Buda and Óbuda together with Pest on the left bank. The Buda Castle is the historical seat of the Hungarian kings. It was built on the southern tip of the Castle Hill, next to the old Castle District, which is famous for its Medieval, Baroque and 19th-century houses and public buildings. The Buda Castle - together with Andrássy Avenue, flanked by eclectic Neo-Renaissance palaces and houses featuring grandiose façades, staircases and interiors - is part of the Budapest UNESCO World Heritage Site, declared in 1987.
Short travel time, e.g. 2 hours 30 minutes from London Heathrow, London Gatwick or London Luton, 3 hours from Manchester.
Direct flights from over 60 European cities and over 70 destinations worldwide.
Over 50 airlines offer flights to Budapest.