EQ Summer Rally 2020

June 6th 2019, Novotel Budapest City & Congress Centre

Leadership Training for all active P+: Friday, June 5th 2019


Start the summer in the right way! Get ready to spend it actively with us in Budapest and by the way, have a chance to explore the Hungarian capital! Combine business with pleasure and take advantage of the list of places to go, prepared by us. Please, share your pictures from the event, and an overall trip to Budapest on social media with tag #eqsummerrally20 to be featured and of course win fabulous prizes.

Remember, that event is open for all – use this opportunity to get people with you and show them the bigger picture. Regular ticket price is 50 EUR/ 500 NOK/DKK/SEK – feel free to bring family and friends with you. You can purchase tickets here.

The Main Attractions


We hope you find some extra time for sightseeing. We are happy to share with you the top 5 places to visit while you are in Budapest.

Buda Castle

The historical Baroque Palace complex which is owned by Hungarian kings in Budapest. The territory of Buda Castle including courtyards are open all the time and you can enter for free. Beer and Wine festivals, authentic cultural events are held here. Also, you can visit the National Gallery and History Museum for an additional fee.

Hungarian Parliament Building

One of the main tourist attractions and government buildings in Hungary. The entrance tickets price for EU-citizens is 17 EUR per person. Guided tours are held 6 times per day. The last visit takes place at 3:30 pm. Each tour lasts for approximately 45 minutes. Definitely must visiting!

Heroes’ Square

The most significant and impressive square in Budapest, which is well-known due to its iconic Millennium Monument in the middle. Beautiful during the day and night, open 24/7 and surrounded by Museum of Fine Arts and Hall of Art. Combine it with a walk along Andrassy Avenue and don’t forget to visit the city park.

Fisherman’s Bastion

Renowned 19th-century fortress with a fantastic city view. The bastion offers seven turreted lookout towers with panoramic sights plus cafe on the terrace. Therefore, get ready to make the best photos ever! The location is opened every day until the late evening at 11 pm.

Matthias Church

Late Gothic Roman Catholic church built in 14th century dedicated for King Matthias, who married here. The building also includes an ecclesiastical art museum. The location is opened for visiting until 5 pm all days except Saturday. On Saturday, you can go inside the church before 1 pm.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Budapest!