When: February 4th-7th, 2018
Where: Budapest (Hungary)
Who: Junior members of the EADMFR (MSc and PhD students, in specialist training or equivalent in Dento Maxillo Facial Radiology
Format: State of the art lectures, workshops and interactive film reading sessions
Budapest is the capital and most populous city of Hungary and one of the largest cities in the European Union.Budapest’s location is a prime site for habitation because of its geography, and there is ample evidence of human settlement on the Danube’s western side from Neolithic times onward. Divided in two by the Danube, the city is made up of Buda on one side: with Ottoman-era thermal baths at the foot of the spectacular Gellért Hill, the royal palace and Matthias Church, it radiates calm and peace. One the other side lies Pest, vibrant and lively, with its slew of museums rich in cultural and historical treasures, extraordinary Secessionist architecture, its majestic Parliament building considered as one of the most magnificent in the world, Saint Stephen’s Basilica surrounded by pedestrian streets, and its entirely renovated Jewish Quarter and Palace District.
Besides its historical value, Budapest has a highly developed cultural scene with its world-class festivals, theatres, museums, concert halls and sporting events. For relaxing and enjoying nature, Margaret Island is the city’s “green heart” (considered by many to be one of Europe’s best city parks) - the perfect place to enjoy a stroll, various sports, swimming in outdoor pools or soaking in thermal baths and spas. As for foodies, the celebrated creations of Hungarian cuisine are a definite must!
Di Verdi Imperial Hotel
Newly built four star hotel located in Budapest’s downtown, 73 rooms – standard, superior twin and double rooms, 2 sleeping room family rooms and suites – perfect harmony combining modern young style. The hotel welcomes guests, providing business and tailor-made services with a well-equipped conference room for hundred people, panoramic Wellness center, RED Restaurant with terrace and underground private parking.
All rooms are airconditioned and equipped with a private bathroom, shower, toilet, equipped kitchenette, microwave grill, water kettle, fridge with a freezer, 32” flat-screen LED TV with satellite channels, comfortable orthopedic latex mattress, spacious wardrobe, desk, chairs and free Wi-Fi in the room and throughout the hotel. Each room has a terrace or balcony.
EADMFR and the EADMFRs Junior Committee will host the meeting. Our local host in Budapest will be Bence Tamás Szabó.
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD), formerly known as Budapest Ferihegy International Airport, is about 10 miles from the city center. Many major European and North American airlines either fly directly to Budapest or offer connections.
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Budapest Airport Terminals & Facilities
Budapest Airport has two main terminals: T1 and T2. Terminal 1 has closed as of May 30th, 2012. Terminal 2 is further divided into 2A and 2B. 2A serves flights to/from Schengen countries and 2B serves all non-Schengen destinations, such as the U.S. Terminals 2A and 2B are connected by SkyCourt, a brand new passenger hall.
Airport facilities include the usual, duty free shops, ATMs, money exchange, post office, restaurants, baggage wrapping, short- and long-term parking, tourist information and car rental. The following car rental companies offer airport pickup in the terminal: Avis, Budget, Dollar, Alamo, Europcar, Hertz, National and Thrifty. E-Z is off terminal, accessible via shuttle.
WiFi internet access is available in all terminals. Service is provided by Pannon (free of charge) and T-Mobile. Free WiFi is also available in SkyCourt.
If you are waiting for someone or have some time to kill before your departure check out the outside observation deck at Terminal 2.
Budapest Airport Transfer
As in all major cities, use caution and avoid taking a ride with strangers offering transfers to the city. Use either the shared shuttle (Airport Minibus) or the officially appointed cab company to service the airport (Főtaxi). There are also many private companies offering pre-booked limousines.
Airport Minibus offers a shared ride to any address in the city for a flat fee. Discounted roundtrip tickets are also available. Advance booking is available online or over the phone; however it's not necessary, as they have a booth inside each terminal on the arrivals level. After purchasing a ticket, your name will be called when the driver arrives. Booking a transfer to the airport generally requires a 24-hour advance notice. We at visitBudapest.travel have been using this service for many years and they have always been reliable. A one-way trip to the city center is HUF 3,900 per person and a return trip is HUF 6,900.
Phone: (+36-1) 550-0000
On Sep 1st 2013, a new law was introduced in Hungary regulating the price and service of all taxis in Budapest. A ride to the city center should typically cost around HUF 6,500 / EUR 22 depending on traffic conditions. The officially appointed taxi company serving the airport is Főtaxi.
Terminal 1 is connected with the city center via rail. Hungarian State Railway (MÁV) operates trains between Terminal 1 and Western Railway Station. The trip takes about 30 minutes. As of May 30th 2012, after the closure of Terminal 1, passengers can transfer to Terminal 2 from the train station adjacent to Terminal 1 via bus Nr. 200E.
Both terminals are accessible via public transport. Buses run between Kőbánya-Kispest metro station and the airport. The ride from the metro station to Terminal 2 takes about 30 minutes. The bus to take is 200E.
Single tickets, travel cards and monthly passes are sold at the Post Office at Terminal 2A (open Monday to Friday 8 am to 3:30 pm). Single tickets and ten-trip coupon books are also available at the Relay newsstands located at the arrivals-level at Terminal 2A and 2B (open daily 6:30 am to 11 pm).