Erasmus Courses for Teachers in Budapest, Hungary
The capital famous for its thermal baths, historic landmarks, and thriving nightlife scene.
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About the Training Centre in Budapest
Europass Teacher Academy courses in Budapest will take place on the Buda side of the Danube in Budapest. The location is close to the center of the city, yet calm and friendly. The river can be accessed on foot. There are a number of pleasant food and coffee facilities in the area. Our building is spacious, modern, yet welcoming. Our classrooms are equipped with air conditioning and state-of-the-art technical conditions. Our cafeteria offers refreshments all day. The training staff are highly qualified and include published authors, materials writers, and conference speakers.
How to reach us
The address of our training center in Budapest is:
Budapest, Lajos u. 11-15, 1023 Hungary
To arrive by tram:
Take the tram Line 17, 19, 41 Get off at ‘Zsigmond tér’ or ‘Kolosy tér’ tram stops.
To arrive by bus:
Several buses stop outside the school or nearby. The most convenient ones are buses no. 9 and 109. Get off at ‘Zsigmond tér’ or ‘Kolosy tér’ bus stops.
The area is easily accessible by road and the region benefits from an excellent public transport system. A network of trains, buses, and tramways make it simple and affordable not only to get to school every day but also to discover Budapest and the surrounding area.
To arrive by suburban train:
Take H5 and get off at ‘Szépvölgyi út’ station.
- Single ticket (valid for a single journey) – 350-450 HUF
- Block of 10 single tickets – 3000 HUF
- Airport Shuttle Bus ticket – 900 HUF
- 24-hour Budapest travel card – 1650 HUF
- 7-day Budapest travel card – 4950 HUF
Getting to Budapest
Liszt Ferenc International Airport is located 20km from the city center and is served by many international and national flights, including low-cost airlines.
There is a regular bus service direct to the city center and it is also possible to take a taxi or to use a transfer service.
Most international trains arrive at Keleti Pályaudvar (Eastern Station) and Nyugati Pályaudvar (Western Station) which are both situated in the city center.
International buses arrive at Népliged International Bus station which has a direct connection to metro line 3.
Our Cultural Activities
The following activities are included in the price of each course offered in Budapest.
Our guided tour of Budapest City Centre – Monday
During the week you will have some time to visit the most famous and popular sites in Budapest. Therefore, this guided tour will include the less well-known treasures of the city. You will start at the Training Centre and end the tour in the most central area of Budapest.
Our Half Day Activity in Szentendre – Thursday
Szentendre is a charming little town right next to Budapest. It is situated by the Danube and is the perfect place for walks and beautiful views. It is also famous for its food, sweets, and handcrafted products. Our tour to Szentendre starts at the Training Centre and includes a guided tour.
Budapest and Surroundings
The city has Celtic origins and has been under the Roman domain with the name of Aquincum. The settlements on the west bank of the river became one of the centres of Renaissance humanist culture by the 15th century. The city was the focal point of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, the Battle of Budapest in 1945, and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Today Budapest is known as the capital of thermal baths. It has a total of nine medicinal baths today (and 123 hot springs). Budapest is also Hungary’s commercial, financial and educational centre with rich cultural life. The centre of the city is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Best Things to Do in Budapest
1) Széchenyi Thermal Baths
This is the largest “medicinal” bath center in Europe. The waters are rich in sulfates, calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate, and fluoride, which are believed to help patients with degenerative joint illnesses and other medical issues.
2) Hungarian National Museum
You can find pieces from the fields of archaeology, war, arts and crafts, and religion in the museum’s displayed collections. While you are there you can also visit the 3.132-hectare garden.
3) Hungarian State Opera House
The opera has a magnificent hall with 1,200 seats and perfect musical acoustics. The auditorium is horseshoe-shaped and three-story. You can also visit the Opera Café where you can have lunch, dinner, a mid-afternoon pastry, or a glass of champagne.
4) Hungarian Parliament
You can take a 45-minute guided tour of Hungary’s Parliament. Its interior includes 10 courtyards, 27 gates, 29 staircases, and 691 rooms. The Holy Crown of Hungary has been displayed in the central hall since 2000.
5) Central Market Hall
It is the oldest and largest (over three floors) indoor market in the city of Hungary. You can find a range of different shops, stalls, and eateries. Located in Fovam Square in a gorgeous building that was constructed in 1897.
Perched atop Gellert Hill, the Citadella offers commanding views out over Budapest and the Danube River below. It was built in 1851 by the Hapsburgs, and the solid-looking fort was later commandeered by the Nazis and then Communists.
7) Buda Castle
Fascinating to explore, the large Buda Castle and palace complex was once the home of Hungarian kings and queens of years gone by. Built-in 1265 at one end of Castle Hill, the regal Baroque palace is now home to the Budapest History Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery, both of which are well worth visiting.
8) Shoes on the Danube Bank
Scattered about the riverbank just a short distance away from the Hungarian Parliament Building, the bronze shoes that commemorate the tragic death of the Jews make for a moving sight.