Tourism - Catering Trade

Budapest among the TOP10 Destinations

Spies, Sweden’s largest travel agency, has so far sold 35pct more trips to various cities around the world than in the first eight months of 2009.

Budapest Winter Invitation with Water Products

Organizers of the Budapest Winter Invitation (BWI) have coordinated with the Hotel Association of Hungary (HAH) and many of the hoteliers' proposals will be built into this year's campaign, to be launched on 17 September.

Public Accommodation Nights up 1pct

During January–July 2010, the number of people staying in public accommodation in Hungary was 1pct higher than the previous year.

French GEO Magazine Dedicates 8 Pages to Budapest

A journalist from France’s prestigious GEO magazine was invited to Budapest by the Hungarian National Tourist Office and the Tourism Office of Budapest.

The Number of Guests and Tourism Nights Was 1 Pct Higher

In January–June 2010, the number of guests and tourism nights was 1pct higher in public accommodation establishments compared with the same period a year earlier.

Lower Operating Costs – Passenger Numbers Maintained at Last Year’s Level

In the first six months of 2010 Malév Hungarian Airlines’ passenger traffic was similar to that of the same period in 2009, with a total of 1.3 million customers flying on the carrier's services.

Beijing: Hungary Guides

The Beijing office of the Hungarian National Tourist Office (HNTO) has just launched a course for Chinese travel agents about Hungary's tourism attractions.

New ADAC Guide To Budapest

Germany's leading motoring club (ADAC) has just published its updated ’travel package’ to Budapest.

Economy Minister Sees Growth Potential in Tourism Sector

Hungary should double the share of its gross national income generated by tourism and raise the number of workplaces in the sector to 700,000 over the next ten years.

The Essence of Budapest in US Online Magazine

US Independent Traveler published a long article about the tourism offer of Budapest and the surroundings.

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