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Hungary is located in Central Europe. It neighbours Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia, Romania and Ukraine. Hungary offers a variety of touristic destinations and natural beauties – the Great Plain in the east, mountains in the north-west and the largest lake in Central Europe: Lake Balaton. Hungary is one of the 15 most popular tourist destinations in the world. It also boasts plenty of World Heritage Sites, UNESCO Biosphere reserves and thermal lakes. Lake Heviz is the second largest thermal lake in the world.

Hungary (13 Clinics)

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Forest & Ray Budapest
Budapest, Hungary
Forest & Ray Budapest Verified
  • Located in the heart of Budapest
  • Following international standards 
  • Online doctor consultations
  • Pick up service from airport
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Dr. Balint Nemeth’s Dentistry
Budapest, Hungary
Dr. Balint Nemeth’s Dentistry Verified
  • Middle of Budapest, Hungary
  • Specialized in all dental procedures
  • Free online doctor consultation
  • Translation services in English and Hungarian
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HairPalace Hair Transplant Clinic
Budapest, Hungary
HairPalace Hair Transplant Clinic Verified
  • Specialized only in hair transplantation
  • Accessible to disabled people
  • ISHRS accreditation
  • Pick up service from airport
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FlyDent Dental Clinic
Budapest, Hungary
FlyDent Dental Clinic Verified
  • Founded in 2003
  • Located in the center of Budapest
  • Pick up service from airport
  • Clinic has complete visa support
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Mona Lisa Centrum
Budapest, Hungary
Mona Lisa Centrum Verified
  • High tech private clinic
  • Only clinic offering VASER lipo
  • Free consultations
  • Internationally-trained plastic surgeons
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MDental Clinic
Budapest, Hungary
MDental Clinic Verified
  • Exclusive single patients rooms
  • Pain-free dental treatments
  • Accredited by the GDC and ISO 9001
  • Located in the very heart of Budapest
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H&H Dental Clinic
Fejér, Hungary
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  • Free online doctor consultations
  • Certified with ISO:9002 
  • Giving service over 30 years
  • Located in Hungary
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Szeptest Cosmetic Surgery
Budapest, Hungary
Szeptest Cosmetic Surgery Verified
  • Established in 2002
  • Specialized in plastic, cosmetic surgeries
  • Accredited with ISO:9001
  • Free pickups from airport
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Oxygen Medical
Budapest, Hungary
Oxygen Medical Verified
  • Free on-site spa for patients
  • Free airport transfer
  • Free on-site kindergarten
  • Free accommodation
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ProHAIR Transplant Clinic
Budapest, Hungary
ProHAIR Transplant Clinic Verified
  • Member of ISHRS and ESHRS
  • Free online doctor consultations
  • Clinic located in Budapest
  • Free pick up from the airport
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Hungary is a high income nation with a developed healthcare infrastructure. All hospitals in Hungary have heliports specifically designed for air ambulances. Budapest, Pecs, Szeged and Debrecen have university centres focused on medical study.


Hungary is a very popular medical tourism destination. Around 42% of all European medical tourists choose Hungary for their dental work and around 21% of worldwide medical tourists picked Hungary as their destination. Medical tourism in Hungary started in the early 1980s with Austrians and Germans visiting Budapest for more affordable dental work. Patients can save up to 70% for dental procedures in Hungary, compared to prices in the United States, United Kingdom or Northern Europe countries.


Plastic surgery is also a popular choice for tourists visiting Hungary. Around 30% of all plastic surgery patients are international. Patients can usually save up to 40-80% on their medical expenses.


Nature and National Parks - Hungary is a popular destination for bird watching enthusiasts. The Zemplen, Bukk and Aggtelek hills are an excellent choice. The Hortobagy National Park and the Kiskunsag National Park are also excellent destinations for nature lovers.


Thermal Baths - Hungary has over 1000 thermal springs littered around the countryside. Around 100 of them are in the Budapest area. The Szechenyi baths in Budapest are one of the most popular destinations for tourists looking to unwind and relax. The Szechenyi baths complex is the biggest in Europe. It was built in 1913 in a Modern Renaissance style.


Budapest is true delight for tourists from all around the world. The city is one of the most popular touristic destinations in the world. Tourists can visit the Buda Castle and Andrassy Avenue.


Lake Balaton is the biggest lake in Central Europe. Hungarians love to call Balaton “their own little sea”. Lake Balaton is also Hungary’s most popular summer resort – visitors can engage in hiking, sailing and kite surfing.


The Tokaj region in Hungary is known for its world-renowned white wine. Most Tokaj wines are sweet desert wines. Tourists can take the train from Budapest directly to Tokaj for a very small fee.


● Hungary has a continental climate with hot summers and mild snowy winters. Rain showers are frequent during the summer months. The southern region is slightly warmer than the rest of the country.


● Hungary has two main international airports: The Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport and the Debrecen Airport. Although there are no domestic flights in Hungary, there are plenty of international flights, connecting the country to most of Europe and quite a few interesting destinations around the world.


● Hungarian is the official language in Hungary but most young people speak English or German. As a rule of thumb, German is more widely spoken in the western part of Hungary, closer to the border with Austria.


● Hungary uses the Forint (HUF) as currency but Euros are also accepted in certain hotels and shops. It’s still advisable for tourists to change their foreign currency into HUFs when entering the country. Visitors need to be cautious about the exchange rates and potential hidden fees of exchange offices.


● Hungary uses the 230V, 50Hz electrical system fitted with European style plugs. Most hotels can offer adapters for American or British tourists.