Discover Budapest and gain unforgettable memories at the same time!
Treasure hunt in Budapest
This activity is a unique way of allowing guests to discover the city by themselves by completing the set route and gaining points along the way. The groups are divided into smaller teams and given a care package with itinerary, map and public transportation tickets. Teams have to answer the questions, talk to Hungarian people, use public transport and collect the treasures at the stations. At the end of the treasure hunt, the points from the correct answers and activities are counted and the winning team gets memorable gifts.
Cooking course in the Grand Market Hall
Not all incentives have to have the competitive nature, sometimes it is better just to have the team building while preparing what everyone loves: homemade food. The group is split up into teams that are given the shopping list for their future typical Hungarian dishes (to increase the fun of the shopping, the list may be written in Hungarian) and they have to buy all the ingredients themselves. Professional chefs will help and give advice to make a delicious meal of 4-6 courses. At the end of the evening, participants dine together and get a chance to taste the other groups’ creations.
Dragon boat sailing and racing on the Danube
Dragon boat is one of the most trendy water sports today, despite being invented in China over 2000 years ago. It is not only a great way of bonding within a team, but also an amazing active way of discovering the city through a water-borne battle with your colleagues! The fastest team will receive great gifts, but even if your team is not the first; you will still cherish those exciting memories for the rest of your life!
… In 2018, Budapest was placed top among the 10 cheapest places to go on holiday. (The Telegraph)
… The Budapest Rudas Bath is the third most “Incredible Public Baths In The World”. (theculturetrip.com)
… Twenty-five Budapest restaurants are highlighted in the Michelin Guide with either Michelin Star, Bib Gourmand or Plate Michelin. Of those, three have one Michelin Star: Costes, Borkonyha (Winekitchen), Costes Downtown and only Onyx Restaurant has two Michelin Stars. However, many more restaurants have received amazingly high scores in the Gault & Millau guide as well.
… The Great Market Hall in Budapest is one of the most awesome food markets in Europe (eurail.com)
… Budapest is the “11th Best City In The World” according to 1.3 million voters. (Condé Nast Traveller, Readers’ Choice Award 2017)
… “Sziget Festival” is the “Best Major Festival in Europe” and also holds the “Best European Festival Line-Up” award! (European Festival Awards, 2017)
… “Szimpla Kert” appeared in Lonely Planet’s publication “50 Bars to Blow Your Mind” in the “Historical Bars” category alongside such prestigious places as the “Cave Bar” in Jordan or the “Gordon’s Wine Bar” in London. (Lonely Planet)
… One of the ten most fascinating tramlines of the World can be found in charming Budapest. Our local tram number 2 overtook the trams of Lisbon, Amsterdam and Berlin. (National Geographic)
… The “New York Café” is the most beautiful cafe in the World. (ucityguides.com)