Social programs


Social programs for all participants and accompanying persons

During their stay all participants and accompanying persons may enjoy many of the special services of the hotel, as room rates include a generous breakfast buffet table, the use of the spa, swimming pool and saunas. The following social events are also included in the registration fee.


  • Sunday, August 24, 2014 – Welcome reception
    Standing buffet for socializing on the open terrace of Thermal Hotel Visegrád**** superior with a lovely view on the Danube Bend.


  • Monday, August 25, 2014 – Wine tasting and boat trip
    The 2 hours cruise on the Danube is equal part sightseeing, and equal part wine tasting. The boat trip is sponsored by Perkin Elmer.


  • Wednesday, August 27, 2014 – Conference dinner
    The evening starts with attending an authentic medieval tourney, followed by the banquet on the top of the hill in Nagyvillám Restaurant. The menu includes a combination of light, delicious Mediterranean-style dishes and traditional Hungarian gastronomy.

Sightseeing programs for spouses and accompanying persons

  • Budapest
    Are you ready to discover Budapest? We are prepared to show You the Hungarian capital in 3 hours, so get ready to be engaged by this city. The Heroes Square, the State Opera House, the Hungarian Parliament, the Royal Palace and the Citadel (photostop) cannot wait for You to see them. All our buses are air-conditioned and live guided. During the Grand City Tour we will take You for an additional walk in the Castle District to enjoy its unique medieval atmosphere and get carried away in history. Lunch is included.

40 €

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  • Szentendre
    This picturesque town is also known as Artists’ Village. Szentendre is the ultimate escape for those who want to travel back in time, or simply feel happy surrounded by the presence of the good old days. This could be your Central European adventure, as You will be able to discover everything on your own. Live guiding is guaranteed during the program. Lunch is included.

40 €

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  • Esztergom
    Esztergom, the seat of the Hungarian Catholic Church, is one of the oldest towns in the country. The Basilica of Esztergom, a masterpiece of Classicism, is the third largest church in Europe. Established around 972 AD, Esztergom has always played an important role in Hungary's history. It was the birth and coronation place of the first Hungarian king, St. Stephen, as well as the capital of Hungary until the 13th century. After the Mongolian invasion, King Bela IV moved the Royal Seat to Visegrád and later to Buda, giving his palace to the archbishop and transforming Esztergom into a religious center.

    The majority of the historic sites and the city's architectural heritage are of a religious nature, like the Primate's Palace, the Franciscan monastery and several chapels and churches. Remains of the former royal palace, Turkish, Classicist and Baroque buildings as well as the Basilica attract many visitors every year. One of the newest additions to Esztergom is the Mária Valéria Bridge connecting the city with Slovakia. Esztergom is often nicknamed as the 'City of St. Stephen' and the 'Hungarian Rome'. Lunch is included

40 €

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