BLAGUSS DMC is the common brand of the congress and incoming agencies of the BLAGUSS company group. This brand name covers DMCs (Destination Management Companies) and PCOs (Professional Conference Organizers) located in Austria and Hungary. We think globally and act locally…
Austria and Hungary have excellent reputations as incentive countries, because we offer an optimal combination of easy access, modern infrastructure and attractive program offers that ensure the success of events.

There is no limit to the creative ideas that we can implement for you in any of these locations! Explore with us the diverse set of travel destinations these countries have to offer. We are ready to develop a complete and custom-made concept corresponding to your needs. We have been creating unforgettable moments for our clients over more than 30 years.

All you need to do is call us, and tap the expertise of our multi-lingual colleagues to create your greatest event. Let us advise you!

  • Mother company is located in Austria 
  • Euromic member in Austria and Hungary 
  • Strategic partner in Czech Republic 
  • Ability to cover Austria, Hungary and Czech Republic 
  • Active on the market for 30 years 
  • Solid financial background 
  • DMC and PCO services in Austria and Hungary 

Destination Highlights

Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Its capital, Budapest, is bisected by the Danube River. Its cityscape is studded with architectural landmarks from  Buda’s medieval Castle Hill and grand neoclassical buildings along Pest’s Andrássy Avenue to the 19th-century Chain Bridge. Turkish and Roman influence on  Hungarian culture includes the popularity of mineral spas.

Budapest is a city of full of surprises and wonder, with its lively centre, pretty parks, majestic river, tall church spires and lavish spas. One of the most exciting cities in the world, Budapest is full of secrets to uncover, hidden spots to explore and old favourites to revisit. This is the city where being bored is not an option. 


Unique Selling Points

  • Easy and short flight connections within Europe 
  • Great value for your money 
  • Well developed infrastructure for incentives 
  • SPA capital of Europe 
  • Shopping paradise 
  • Friendly people, genuine hospitality 
  • Budapest – the Pearl of the Danube 
  • Rich cultural and architectural variety 
  • Cool nightlife 
  • 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Turkish heritage: Turkish baths in Budapest; Mohács; Esztergom; Turkish architecture monuments eg.: Minarets in Érd, Eger


  • Visit of the Hungarian State Opera House 
  • Visit of Museums 
  • Visit of the Parliament 
  • Movie Walking 
  • Riverride 
  • Foot Rally 
  • Budapest Code 
  • Cooking Course 
  • Wine Tasting 
  • Trap Factory 
  • Segway / Rikshaw / Trikke 
  • Shopping 
  • Trabant Painting 
  • Trabant Rally 

Fun Facts

  • It is one of the oldest countries in Europe. Comparatively, the area occupied by Hungary is slightly smaller than the state of Indiana. 
  • Hungarian is the direct descendant of the language spoken by the Huns. It is not an Indo-European language. 
  • Hungary joined NATO in 1999 and the EU in 2004.
  • Budapest has more than 100 geothermal springs with the world’s largest thermal water cave system.
  • Hungary is known for its Nobel Prize winners. There are a total of 13 such winners. They have won Nobel Prizes in every category except ‘Peace.’ 
  • They host the largest cultural and musical festival in Europe – the Sziget Festival. The Budapest Spring Festival is another such festival, attracting musicians and artists from all over the world. 
  • Hungarians write their last name first and first name last. Confused? They introduce themselves in this formal way. However, people call each other by their first name, but in public introduction, they use the last name first.
  • There are 22 distinct wine regions and eight grape varieties in Hungary, which is why it can also be called a wine country.
  • Budapest, the Hungarian capital, has the highest number of thermal springs in the world. 70 million liters of thermal water rise to the earth’s surface daily. These hot springs are good for health, and have been used as medicinal baths since the times of the Romans. Budapest is located in the north central part of the country.

General Information and Climate

  • The visa requirements of Hungary are in line with the provisions and recommendations of the EU and of the Schengen Convention.
  • The climate of Hungary is continental, with the western oceanic and the southern Mediterranean climate also having an impact. Summer temperature is 25-30 °C on average with occasional heat waves reaching 35-38 °C. The winters are cold with a temperature of -10 – 0 °C.
  • Confectioneries are an important part of culinary traditions in Hungary, and it's not extraordinary to find one which can boast with a century-old history, or family businesses where several generations continue traditions. Also, the Palinka, Goulash soup, Wines of Tokaj, Hungarian Cakes, "Winter Salami", Sausages, Goose Liver are the traditional tastes that are not to be missed.