Hungary - Gateway to Europe

Updated: Oct 27, 2020


Hősök tere (Heroes' Square) is one of the major squares in Budapest, Hungary, noted for its iconic statue complex featuring the Seven chieftains of the Magyars and other important Hungarian national leaders, as well as the Memorial Stone of Heroes, often erroneously referred as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Heroes' Square

Hungary is a country of unique beauty in the heart of Europe. With its size of 93 thousand square kilometres and its location at the border of Eastern and Western Europe, the country has certainly tempting features to offer tourists, investors and its business partners.


While the Hungarian language may not be similar to any other European language, the country has extensive and historically established relations with all three main European ethnic and linguistic families: the lndo-European, the Slavic and the Neo-Latin languages.

For this reason, Hungary is especially capable of acting as a bridge between various cultures - a feature highly appreciated by investors and businesses with a focus on comprehensive

approaches.


Hungary has excellent conditions to offer for knowledge-based developments. Hungary is among the world leader in terms of Nobel Prize winners per capita, with well trained labour force, graduates fluent in various languages, and advanced IT and software base.


Located at the juncture of the 4 main European transport corridors, Hungary offers:


- over 1,100 km motorway,

- extensive railway network,

- five airports nationwide.


We have numerous advantages to offer for both short and long term visitors, and any other person or business wishing the settle down in Hungary.


In addition, Hungary offers its guests and business partners amazing hospitality, miraculous thermal waters and spas, a vivid cultural environment, and the culinary pleasures ensured by the world famous Hungarian cuisine and our extensive selection of wines.


In a country where about of the GDP has been generated from external relations in the last decades, the geographic, economic and financial circumstances are most certainly advantageous for foreigners.

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