If we started playing an association game about Budapest, the city’s historic bath culture would probably be among the first things that come to mind. There are more than 1,000 natural springs in Hungary (and the world’s largest thermal lake at Hévíz, near Veszprém), with 118 in Budapest alone. Over the past few years, the country and the capital have demonstrated its excellent hospitality and skills in organizing impressive major sporting events multiple times, for example, the EHF Final4 for years now.
Bars and pubs are something you cannot miss out in Budapest. We love our charming little cafés, bookstores that offer great food, refreshing drinks, and delicious cakes. Cool by day and smokin’ hot at night, Budapest is rapidly earning a reputation as one of Central Europe’s best youth scenes.
The Budapest Arena will be a multifunctional sports hall with a capacity of 20,000 and a floor space of 49,700m2, suitable for hosting national and international sports events, grand concerts, shows and entertainment productions, and other events that attract a significant number of visitors. The venue will also have a ground-level car park for 800 cars and a VIP parking section for 150 cars. The construction of the Budapest Arena started in September 2019 and will be finished by November 2021 and ready to host the best European teams.