In the coming weeks and months, KonsulTra will support the Tourist Board of Hungary with their market development. Last summer, Belgium suddenly turned out to be at the top of the incoming markets. The signal for the Hungarian Tourist Office to make market development in Belgium a priority.
We will help them organise webinars, send out B2B newsletters and press releases and establish contacts with the right tourism players. For 2021, we will look together at how we can maximise their tourism potential.
Hungary is at the heart of Europe. The River Danube flows through the bustling capital Budapest towards the south of the country, which is characterised by endless forests and a wide variety of thermal baths. In addition, a gastronomic revolution has taken place in Hungary in recent years. Restaurants, bistros and street food stalls can be found on almost every street corner of the capital, while in the countryside, too, the best local wines can be enjoyed all year round. Whether it’s a visit to the sophisticated university town of Szeged, a trip to one of no less than eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites (including the ancient town of Hollókö and Buda Castle), experiencing one of the many festivals or taking a dip in Lake Balaton, Hungary has a unique experience for everyone.