Awards / Media

Dental Hungary Awards Award Winning Clinic Implant Center clinic voted consecutively the best service provider in Budapest for
2009, 2010, 2011 and
in Budapest & Hungary for 2012 & 2013
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Dental Hungary & Media - RTE, TG4, Irish Independent, Irish Examiner view/read more...

FREE Dublin Consultations

Dublin Dental Consultation DATES:
Sunday, 13th
October 2019

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Contact Us / Request Call Back

TELEPHONE:
+353-(0)1-29 44 787
E-MAIL:
info@dentalhungary.ie

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SPECIAL OFFERS

Dental Special Offer FREE CONSULTATIONS
IN DUBLIN on
Sunday, 13th
October 2019
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Dental Special Offer 10% - 55% OFF
for patients starting the treatments by
31st OCTOBER 2019
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Useful Information

Budapest Information

Population:
Hungary approx. 10 million; Budapest approx. 1.8 million.

Language spoken:
Hungarian. English is widely understood and spoken in Budapest in shops, restaurants, hotels, by taxi drivers etc.

Climate:
Moderately dry continental climate. Cold winters and warm/hot summers (during the summer make sure to bring sunglasses and plenty of sun protection lotion).

Time Zone:
GMT +1 – One hour ahead of Irish time.

Currency:
HUF – Hungarian Forint – approx. exchange rate €1 = HUF 290. For current exchange rates visit: www.oanda.com Credit Cards accepted in the shops, hotels, restaurants etc.: Visa, Master Card, Diners Club, American Express

Tipping:
It is customary to give 10-20% tip in restaurants and for taxis.

Immunisation:
No immunisation necessary.

Weights & measures system in use:
Metric

Electicity:
230V, AC 50Hz – continental Europe 2 pin type travel adapters needed to use your mobile phone charger, laptops etc.

Dialing codes:
Hungary 0036; Calling Ireland from Hungary dial 00353 followed by the telephone number. Using your mobile phone in Hungary: You can roam with your Irish mobile in Hungary with number of providers. For roaming agreements and call rates check with your provider in Ireland prior to travelling to Hungary as the rates vary from provider to provider and tend to change from time to time.

Airport/hotel/clinic/hotel/airport transfers:
Provided as a complimentary service by the clinic.

Taxis in Budapest:
It is advisable to order a taxi by phone from the hotel or a restaurant. We recommend BUDAPEST TAXI
ph. 01 - 4 333 333 - www.budapesttaxi.hu or CITY TAXI ph. 01 - 2 111 111 - www.citytaxi.hu

Public Transport in Budapest:
For more information about Budapest public transport click here
*** Public transport in Budapest is free for EU citizens over 65 (with valid ID) and for children under 6 years of age.***

Driving in Hungary:
On the right hand side of the road. Speed limits: In the city 50 km/h, on the main roads 90 km/h and on the motorways 130 km/h.. Alcohol limit for driving is ZERO percent.

Visas & passports:
Visa not needed for Irish citizens to enter Hungary. Valid passport needed for travelling to Hungary.

Irish Embassy in Budapest:
Szabadság tér 7
Bank Centre, Granite Tower, V floor
H-1054 Budapest

Tel: +36-1-301-4960
Fax: +36-1-302-9599
E-mail: budapestembassy@dfa.ie
Website: www.embassyofireland.hu

Hungarian Embassy in Dublin:
2 Fitzwilliam Place
Dublin 2

Tel: 01-661-2902 or 01-6612903
Fax: 01-661-2880
E-mail: mission.dub@kum.hu
Website: www.mfa.gov.hu/emb/dublin

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