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Szabadsag ter, Budapest, 1054

Our ref: # 1249

In one of 4 polished granite and reflect glass towers, the centre is located in the best business address in Hungary. The Business Centre offers a wide range of facilities, such as a lounge ...

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Kalman Imre Utca, Budapest, 1054

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The centre occupies the whole of an impressive new 8 storey building, and offers facilities such as a lounge area, a secure underground parking, a cybercafe and a 24 hour CCTV monitoring. ...

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Arpad Fejedelem utja, Budapest, 1023

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The centre is located on the Buda side of the River Danube, within close proximity to the Margaret Island recreational area and the Parliament building. The centre is close to public transpo...

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Szechenyi Istvan Square 7-8., Budapest, 1051

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This smart business centre is home to a range of offices in Budapest, set against the backdrop of historic Széchenyi Square and the River Danube. With many different transport links close by...

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Hercegprímás utca 2. 1st floor, Budapest, 1051

Our ref: # 12155

Don’t take any more time with finding a place for your office in Budapest. This Business Centre is right in the heart of the city, in the 5th District in Hercegprímás street. It is also near...

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Anker köz, Budapest, 1061

Our ref: # 19265

A serviced office, which offers you solutions from 1 to 130 work stations with totally flexible conditions on high level comfort. You have full flexibility during the whole lease term whe...

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Kossuth Lajos Street, Budapest, HU-1053

Our ref: # 15024

A contemporary building in the heart of Budapest, minutes from the River Danube, is the central location of the Astoria centre in Hungary. The centre occupies a mixed-use complex that includ...

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Kossuth Lajos utca, Budapest, 1053

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This contemporary building is located in the heart of Budapest on Astoria and offers a base which is minutes from the River Danube. The business centre itself occupies a complex that include...

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Horvat u., Budapest, 1027

Our ref: # 9021

This business centre offers fully-equipped offices, instant offices and managed offices, meeting rooms and reception services for full-time and part-time solutions. The office building re...

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Area Information

As the capital and the largest city of Hungary, Budapest is the country’s main city for transportation, politics and industrial, political and commercial activities. Often publicised as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Budapest is home to 80 geothermal springs, the world’s largest thermal water cave system, second largest synagogue and third largest Parliament building. This spa town offers great shopping, locally produced wine, unique food, and a great café culture that isn’t to be missed. Budapest has several World Heritage Sites that include the Buda Castle Quarter, the banks of the Danube, and the Millennium Underground Railway.

Business Information

Budapest’s economy runs on communication engineering and computer appliances, wine production and tourism, electric machines, incandescent lamps. Companies in Budapest include General Electric, and pharmaceutical companies Egis, Gedeon Richter Ltd and Teva. There is also Vodafone, Erste Bank, and regional operations for Volvo Co., Saab, Ford, GE, IBM, and TATA Consultancy Services Limited are in Budapest. Budapest is also home to the headquarters of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), and the first foreign office of the China Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA). Surrounding all the companies currently in Budapest there are many opportunities for serviced offices.

Entertainment And Dining Out

Don’t miss trying out one of the spas in Budapest. With an incredible number of thermal springs in the area, this is a major European spa destination. Take a bath and luxuriate in one of the last remnants of Turkish culture in Budapest. While some of these baths date back to Turkish times, the experience has been tailored by the Hungarians into their own design during the last four centuries. Dining in Budapest typically revolves around meat and the liberal use of paprika. There are many places to try authentic Hungarian Goulash such as The Blue Rose Restaurant, in the city centre, for a true taste of Hungary. There are some fabulous dinner cruise options on the Danube. This way you can enjoy the authentic Hungarian cuisine, while taking in the intoxicating views. The company Hungaria Koncert Ltd. offers several Danube cruises.

Transport Information

Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport is the country’s largest airport, located about 16 km (10 miles) south east of the city centre. The main railway stations are Keleti pályaudvar (Eastern Railway Station), Déli pályaudvar (Southern Railway Station) and Nyugati pályaudvar (Western Railway Station). It is worth nothing that these stations names do not match their geographic location in the city. Hungary’s national bus network is operated by Volán Association. If you are coming to Budapest from another Hungarian city the bus is often the best option.

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