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Eger is a charming little town in Northern-East Hungary, east of the Mátra mountains and south of the Bükk mountains. It is famous for its historical buildings including a castle and a turkish minaret, thermal baths and wine. The meeting is hosted by the Eszterházy Károly College.

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More information: [wikipedia]
Map of Eger: [google map]

How to get to Eger?

By train:

Trains leave the Budapest Keleti station each hour [journey planner], but one may require you to change trains in Füzesabony. We can offer the direct trains which leave every odd hour from 5:00 to 19:00, and will take about two hours and 20 minutes to arrive. Hourly IC trains will take you directly to Füzesabony, cutting the total travel time to just under two hours, but a reservation is required.

By bus:

Buses leave Budapest's Stadionok station for Eger twice an hour [journey planner (hungarian only)] and the trip takes a little over two hours. Less if you travel with the express service.

By car:

The easiest way to arrive is to take the M3 as far as Füzesabony, then continue north on route 25. Please contact us if you have any more questions regarding your travel.

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