2008 - Venue
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY 4 -8 May 2008
Budapest is truly one of the world’s
most attractive cities, rich in both natural and architectural
beauty. The Buda Castle Hill, a collection of palaces, churches
and monuments has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage
Sites, along with Andràsy Avenue and the Millennium Underground
railway. It builds a perfect symbiosis with bustling Pest and
its shopping, government and commercial districts on the flat
plain of the east bank.
Despite spectacular development, Budapest has
preserved its old charm and magic. It is a city where the pleasing
of different architectural styles and superb structures, the
cafés, baths, the food and culture, combined with legendary
hospitality blend into an unforgettable experience for visitors.
Novotel Budapest Centrum is located in the Pest part of Budapest
close to business and shopping centres, with easy access to main
cultural and tourist attractions.
The meeting room on the gallery of the hotel offers modern
audio-visual equipment and technological background.
In the Business Corner,
delegates will be able to connect with internet and use special
office services 24 hours a day.
Budapest Ferihegy Airport is situated around 20 km from Budapest
An Airport Minibus shuttle offers convenient transfer from
Budapest Airport to any point in Budapest or from any point
to Budapest Airport. Running-time is around 25 minutes.
Price for 1 person: 2300 HUF (around 9 EUR); for 1 person
round trip: (around 15 EUR); for 2 persons: 3900 HUF (around
Tickets can be purchased at the offices located in the
terminals. Operating hours: every day from 05.00 a.m. to
Seats may be
reserved in person at the terminal, or 24 hours before
departure through one of the carriers’ contacts:
Tel: (+36) 1/ 2968555 (between 06.00 a.m. and 10.00 p.m)
Internet: www.bud.hu (Transport/Airport shuttle)
From Vienna, and lake Balaton on the motorway M1, M7 through
the Ezsébet bridge, to the direction of city centre
as far as Blaha Lujza square.
Access the hotel by trams 4, 6, buses 7, 7A and metro 2 until
Blaha Lujza square and from there a short walk. A ticket
will cost 230 HUF (around 90 EUROCENT) and is e.g. sold in