DZK Travel DMC Budapest
Dizak Ketex (DZK), started in 1997 in Prague and by now we have added offices in Budapest, Bucharest, Bratislava and Vienna. In Budapest we have a fantastic team in place. Our focus at DZK is corporate communication, team motivation, thank-you trips, products launches and events. We are a solid company, but think on our feet and come up with the best and most creative ideas. As your DMC in Budapest, we would love to show you what our beautiful city has on offer for your clients and organise your event to perfection.
Short Bio Nicolas Marty
I discovered Prague in 1997 when I traveled with my 2CV (a classic student car)all the way from the South of France.
This made me decide to start Dizak Ketex (DZK travel) shortly thereafter.
I since also opened offices in other countries with my partner Olivier Marty.
I am married with two adorable (naturally) children. When I'm not in Prague, I'm teaching marketing for the "Toulouse Business School".
Viktoria Jakab is our very competent Budapest Office Manager.
You will find information about our destinations on the following pages: Austria, Bratislava, Budapest, Bucharest, Czech Republic, Prague,Sofia and Vienna. On these pages you will find the more details about us and our offices.
Once again, an enormous thank you for all your hard work put in towards making the Emerald Circle trip to Budapest a fantastic success. The feedback received from the individuals, to date, has been spectacular!
Please can you send through a final recon of all extra costs and credits to us by midday/12h00 next week so that I can invoice the client that same week. We need to reconcile and finalize all accounting/finance aspects of this particular file by close of business that same week.... Eek!
Originally Buda and Pest (which was built as a replica of Paris), they were joined in the 18th century by a bridge over the Danube River and eventually the two cities merged into Budapest.
A festival of architectural delights comes to mind when you think of Budapest, baroque, art nouveau, you can gaze for hours at the stunning buildings in our city. Hot springs dominate the city, Budapest is famous for its bath houses. You can spend a wonderful afternoon being scrubbed clean in one of the most famous Turkish hammams - Rudas Bath before you dip in the ice cold pool, how refreshing!
Food is great and be prepared to be surprised by menus, what to think of "Beef, suddenly roasted" - but all is prepared with loving tender care. Budapest is famous for it's goulash of course.
Hungary – Did you know?
Rubik's Cube, the famous cube with six colourful sides, is a Hungarian invention. It's a great tool for team building! It's also a unique gift idea. We would be delighted to assist you with a great program in Budapest.
Budapest lends itself very well for the most wonderful incentives and events and we would be delighted to assist with a proposal.
Program idea Budapest
Budapest, Pearl of the Danube
Hungary's capital, Budapest, a product of the marriage of the cities of Buda and Pest on either side of the Danube, will surely surprise you. The omnipresent water, from the river to the baths, adds an undeniable charm to this colourful, stylish city where the Austro-Hungarian past is never far off.
Who is this programme for?
• Stimulation and motivation trip
• Reward trip
Arrival at Budapest Airport.
Transfer to the Castle district in about 30 minutes.
Cocktails over the Fishermen's Bastion, one of the city's loveliest architectural complexes dating from the 1900's with magnificent views of the city, and lunch in the Castle district to discover local gastronomy.
This afternoon is devoted to exploring the Castle district (UNESCO World Heritage site) with your guide. This area is unique, with its little cobblestone streets. Your group will enjoy an improvised concert during this walk. Hungarian wine tasting in vaulted cellars. Much appreciated in France, the tokayi outshines other wines that delight many wine lovers all over the world.
Traditional lunch with music in the heart of Budapest. This evening also features a tasting of beer brewed on site. The evening will be enlivened by a musical trio.
This morning is devoted to a tour of the Parliament district, which you will tour in private with – why not? – a coupe of champagne. A few blocks away you will certainly find the antique shops interesting, with their curios from another time. St. Stephen's Basilica, a city landmark, is a wonder to behold. This excursion can be done by bicycle, Segway, Trabant, etc.
Then a tramway ride along the Danube.
Lunch in a unique place bustling with Hungarians: the covered market. The market will surely remind you of many details on French buildings (Hospices de Beaune in particular). On the menu for this buffet lunch: Hungarian specialties prepared with fresh market produce. Possibility of a foie gras tasting.
Now we invite you to explore the city by bicycle: Vaci Street and its shops, the synagogue (Europe's largest), the Opera. After a bit of riding (and without too much effort), you'll be able to enjoy in good conscience the wonderful pastries at Gerbeaud.
Glide along the majestic Danube to the beat of a jazz quartet. The illuminated riverbanks will reveal the glories of Hungarian architecture, like the Parliament building or the Castle.
Before you have to think about leaving so soon, enjoy a Hungarian specialty: a massage and a Hungarian bath. Our recommendation: the Széchenyi Baths. They comprise a dozen thermal baths and three open-air pools around an imposing ochre-coloured palace from the early 20th century.
A large cupola overlooks the outdoor pools, the largest of which is 32°C, the warmest 40°C. Many different thermal treatments are also offered: saunas, Turkish bath, mud baths, mineral baths, saltwater baths, whirlpool baths, massages, solarium.
Budapest's residents come here to relax and play chess or read a book with their feet in the water.
The final lunch will actually be a brunch, in a restaurant with beautiful décor: the New York Café.
Transfer to the airport and departure.
- Many palaces and fine buildings can be rented for private use, for lovely gala dinners.
- Budapest offers many incentive opportunities, like the Trabants.
Zoom in: Gundel Restaurant for your gala dinner
THE great restaurant in Budapest. Located at the end of one of the city's loveliest avenues, very close to Heroes' Square, the restaurant has featured elegant cuisine in a flattering environment for the past 100 years. The meticulous but discreet service guarantees a successful evening. The restaurant is divided into many smaller rooms holding from 10 to 230 people.
There are many live performances. Possibility of dancing the night away.
More about DZK Travel
Our agency now has a team of 10 people, who speak several languages fluently. We are focused on putting together the best events possible for you and your clients. We have offices in 5 countries, including Budapest, Prague, Bucharest, Bratislava and Vienna.
We specialise in MICE, VIP Groups, Special Groups, Luxury Travel, Conferences, Meetings, Special Interest Groups, Cruises, Shore Excursions, Corporate Travel, Hotel Bookings, Gala dinners.
We would love to welcome you and your clients to Budapest
Travel facts Budapest
|Currency||Forint. Euros, or even Dollars or the British Pound may be accepted in some places|
|Local time||GMT (London) + 1.00hours|
|Public holidays||Public holidays Budapest 2015 link|
|Climate in Budapest||Weather in Budapest link|
|Passport and visa information||Passport and visa information Hungary link|