Budapest also called ‘the Pearl of the Danube’ and is the capital of Hungary. It ranks 16th on World’s 50 Most Beautiful CitiesBudapest Business Journal Budapest ranks 16th on World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities list “…Online travel publication Flightnetwork.com has published… with Budapest ranking at 16th…” View in Articlelist and has won Best European Destination 2019 titleDaily News Hungary Amazing! Budapest wins best European destination 2019 “…Budapest has won the best European destination 2019…” View in Article. Budapest is considered as the dental capital of Europe due to affordable and safe dental work.
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Every year thousands of dental tourism patients from Canada, the UK, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria fly to Budapest. The reason being very high local dental treatment fees in these countries.Daily News Hungary How did Budapest become the capital of dental tourism? “…Every year thousands of dental tourism patients fly to Hungary from English-speaking countries…and get their teeth fixed while doing so…” View in Article
Budapest is a hotspot for dental tourism in Europe. International patients can save up to 70% on dental care in Budapest in comparison to Western European prices, with the same quality.Medicalopedia Benefits of Dental tourism in Hungary “…Foreign patients can save up to 70% on dental care in Budapest in comparison to Western European prices, with the same quality, if not higher….” View in Article
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On average, savings can be 50-70% on dental costs excluding flight and accommodation costs. The savings increase for extensive dental treatments. Due to these attractive prices in Budapest, English people fly over to Budapest even for one tooth implant treatment.The Atlantic Hungary: World Capital of Dentistry “…Between 2000 and 2008, the number of dentists in Hungary per capita increased by 56 percent. Hungary has more dentists per person …The Complete Medical Tourist…” View in Article
Hungary has more dentists per person than any other countryThe Atlantic Hungary: World Capital of Dentistry “…Between 2000 and 2008, the number of dentists in Hungary per capita increased by 56 percent. Hungary has more dentists per person …The Complete Medical Tourist.” View in Article. Dentists in Hungary undergo extensive training and are well regulated.
While at a local dentist you can receive treatment for weeks or months. In Budapest, the same treatment can be completed within a few days.Daily News Hungary How did Budapest become the capital of Dental tourism? “…Treatments in Budapest are completed in a few days compared to patients’ countries where the same care might last for weeks, often for months…” View in Article
The clinic employs innovative technology and ground-breaking techniques to make dental treatments as effective, quick, and comfortable as possible.
Fluent English is spoken by all Dental specialists and staff. English is spoken in most hotels. Most people under 30 speak English, as it is compulsory in Hungarian schools.Medicalopedia Benefits of Dental Tourism in Hungary “…While Hungarian, or Magyar, is the country’s official language…” View in Article
Our Clinic staff can speak English, Hungarian, and Farsi.
Budapest is in the heart of Europe, hence easily accessible from any European city. Several of the UK and Irish airports provide cheap flights to Budapest on a daily basis. With cheap airlines and short flight time to Budapest from all over Europe, it is a really sensible choice to have your dental treatment.
UK, Ireland, US, Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand citizens can visit Hungary for up to 90 days as a tourist without a visaMedicalopedia Benefits of Dental Tourism in Hungary “…UK, Ireland, US, Canadian, Australian and…” View in Article if they have a passport that does not expire within six months of the trip’s end.
We accept cash, International credit/debit cards, and bank transfer
The clinic provides pick-up and drop-off from the airport.
Budapest is a relaxing place to recover from dental surgery. The city and the surrounding areas have much to offer in terms of sightseeing and recreation. Many of the city’s famous sights are free to visit.Medicalopedia Benefits of Dental Tourism in Hungary “…Hungary is a great choice for…” View in Article
Dentavacation works with a well-established dental clinic with over 15 years of experience. The clinic is located in the city of Budapest, Hungary.
Key treatments: Dental implants, aesthetic dentistry, dental prosthesis, orthodontics, and oral surgery treatments.
Franz Liszt Airport (BUD) is the International airport of Budapest. It is located 20 kilometers (12 miles) from the city center. You can find non-stop passenger flights scheduled for 149 destinations in 48 countries.
|Rome, (FCO)||Italy||5 hrs 30 min|
|Dublin (DUB)||Ireland||3 hrs|
|London (LHR)||UK||2 hrs 35 min|
|Frankfurt (FRA)||Germany||1 hr 35 min|
|Cardiff(CWL)||Wales||4 hrs 40 min|
|New York(JFK)||USA||10 hrs 20 min|
People from most countries do not need a visa for Hungary if their stay is shorter than 90 days. Make sure your passport is valid for a minimum of six months past your planned date of return.
|Ireland||H-1944 Budapest, Bank Center Gránit Torony,
VII. em. (Szabadság tér 7.)
|United Kingdom||H-1051 Budapest, Harmincad u. email@example.com||266-2888
|Germany||H-1014 Budapest, Úri utca firstname.lastname@example.org||488-35-00
|Italy||H-1143 Budapest, Stefánia út email@example.com||460-6200, 460-6201
|United States||H-1054 Budapest, Szabadság tér firstname.lastname@example.org||475-4400
The best time to visit Budapest is between the months of March and May, and again between September and November. These are the times when the city experiences pleasant weather and the tourists are less in numbers.
The climate of Budapest is continental, with cold winters and sunny summers.
Winter: From December to February, the weather is cold. The average temperatures are around freezing (0 °C or 32 °F) or slightly below.
Spring: March to May shows wintry weather along with snow and frost. By May, thunderstorms begin to erupt in the afternoon. The temperature peaks around 30 °C (86 °F).
Summer: From June to August, the weather is warm and sunny. Maximum temperatures rise to about 35/37 °C (95/99 °F)
Autumn: September is a mild and pleasant season. In October, the temperature decreases rapidly, with more frequent rain. November is a cold and grey month, with snowfalls.
Hungary is among the top 20 safest countries in the world.World population review
Safest Countries In The World 2020 “A total of 163 countries are featured in the report. There are 23 different indicators used to determine how safe or how dangerous a country is. Hungary is among the top 20 safest countries in the world”
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Budapest ranks 1st in the list of most liveable cities in Eastern Europe for 2019.” “The location score of 76 makes Budapest a safe city for tourists
Although Budapest is safer for tourists than most big cities, you must take sensible precautions against petty crime. Bag snatching, pick-pocketing and vehicle thefts are common in tourist areas. Violent crime is minimal, rarer to occur against tourists.
Most Common Tourist Traps in Budapest and Tips to AvoidBudapest by locals
Safety in Budapest “Most Common Tourist Traps in Budapest. Safety TIP #1:…”
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Travel only in a yellow taxi with a name or logo of a reliable taxi company on the door and on the roof.
They are common in public transport vehicles, shopping centres, food markets, and tourist sights. Limit the amount of cash you carry and keep valuables safe.
Always study the prices on the menu and know the costs before you order it. As per the law, prices must be clearly indicated.
Do not change the currency in the streets. It is against the law. Currency can be exchanged in any major bank or at exchange bureaus.
Avoid the outer part of districts VII, VIII, and IX. Always avoid poorly lit streets and underpasses.
According to the latest statistics, the outskirts or the bordering districts 16, 17 Info Budapest
Safety in Budapest
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|Central help number||112|
Few common words in the native language that can help you during travel
|Phrase||What it means||How to pronounce it|
|Szia||Hello (and friendly goodbye)||‘see-yaw’|
|Hogy vagy?||How are you?||‘haw-j vah-j’ – ‘j’ for joke.|
|Minden ok||Everything’s ok||‘min-den oh kay’|
|Mennyibe kerul?||How much is it?||Men-yee-beh ker-ool|
|Jo reggelt/napot/estét||Good morning/afternoon/evening||‘yoh reg-gelt/nah-poht/esh-tet’|
|Jó éjszakát||Good night||yoh ey-sa-kat|
|Nem beszélek magyarul||I don’t speak Hungarian||‘nem bass-ale-lack ma-ja-rule’|
|Beszélsz angolul?||Do you speak English?||‘bass-ale-ss on-goh-lool’|
|A számlát kérem!||The bill, please!||aw sam-lat keh-rem|
|Igen/nem||Yes / no||ee-gen/nehm|
Budapest is referred to as the city of healing waters. There are over 100 natural hot springs in Budapest. The water of the springs contains dissolved minerals and salts, which are useful in the treatment of various ailments.Szechenyi Thermal Bath
Traditional restaurants in Budapest offer authentic Hungarian dishes like goulash, fisherman’s soup or a tasty beef stew with some good quality red wine.
Budapest is one of the most culturally important cities in Eastern Europe. It is considered as the “Paris of the East” and is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites UNESCO
Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue
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Banks of Danube
The river Danube is Europe’s 2nd longest river. It runs through 10 countries. The 350m wide river divides the city of Budapest into 2 parts: hilly Buda (west) and flat Pest (east).
Many of the finest attractions by the river Danube are located in Budapest. The riverside sights are on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Andrassy Avenue is two and a half kilometres long. It is an important shopping street with historical architecture. Heroes’ Square along with its surroundings, the Hungarian State opera house and Andrássy Avenue with the Millennium underground railway are included in UNESCO World Heritage List.
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