In relation to tourism, this means a return to pre-pandemic entry rules, as well unrestricted access to and use of accommodation and attractions.
Embraer has announced the opening of an office in Budapest. The main objective is to foster cooperation in Hungary, which could result in future developments under new partnerships.
Accor has confirmed the signing of the first Tribe hotel in Hungary in partnership with Futureal, a real estate developer. The 250-room hotel will open in Budapest at the end of 2023.
Wyndham Hotels has welcomed the opening of H2 Hotel Budapest, Trademark Collection by Wyndham. The property becomes the first from the brand in Hungary.
Portugal, Hungary, French Polynesia and Réunion have become the latest countries removed from the quarantine safe list - with travellers expected to isolate for 14-days on return.
The new hotel is situated in the city centre, a historic and UNESCO protected area with many iconic attractions including the Buda Castle and Hungarian parliament.
Barceló Budapest is the latest addition to the city, superbly located in the historic centre – close to the historic landmarks including the Cathedral, Budapest Synagogue, the parliament, and the increasingly lively Danube shore.
Continuing to concentrate on its route network expansion for 2019, Budapest Airport has announced the arrival of new airline partner, Laudamotion.
Hyatt Regency Budapest will be located in the landmark building Postapalota, the former postal office on Petőfi Sándor Street.
Wizz Air has announced the launch a new route between Doncaster Sheffield and Debrecen in Hungary. Flights will begin on December 16th and will operate on Tuesdays and Sundays.
Özyer Group has announced the signing of an agreement with Marriott International to launch the acclaimed Luxury Collection brand in Hungary with Matild Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel. Slated to open in early 2019 as the first Luxury Collection property in Hungary, this landmark hotel will occupy the beautiful Matild Place, a palatial neo-baroque building on the gateway to the Elisabeth Bridge over the Danube.