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PLEASE FILL OUT THIS SURVEY UNTIL 20.03.2019 TO HELP US WITH THE PLANNING!

Arrival

From A to B(udapest)

It is of course up to you, when to arrive and when to leave. A hint: in some parts of Germany, 20.06.2019 (Thursday) will be a public holiday, so if you are travelling from Germany, you can even plan a long weekend in Hungary. If you are coming only for the wedding, we suggest you to plan your arrival on Friday night, and your departure on Sunday afternoon.

– If you choose to fly –

Budapest has one airport only, so you can´t really miss it. You can access the Liszt Ferenc airport website here. Various low-budget carriers offer flights to Budapest. For example: Ryanair and Wizzair. If you fly from:

• any German city: please click on „Ankommen“ on the German version of the website for the low-budget carriers
• Copenhagen: Ryanair, Norwegian (another option could be: from Malmö Airport)
• Helsinki: Finnair, Norwegian (another option could be: from Tampere Airport)
• London: Wizzair, Ryanair, Easyjet
• Malmö: Wizzair
• Madrid: Iberia, Wizzair, Ryanair
• Tampere: Ryanair

For good price comparisons try  www.skyscanner.net or the respective airline websites.

From the airport to Budapest city center:

Bus: Bus 100E drives straight to the city center: „Deák Ferenc Tér“ (the ride takes about 30 minutes and costs 900 HUF – appr. 3 EUR).

Taxi: when you arrive at the airport, there will be many taxi drivers offering you a ride. Please never accept these offers! The airport has an official Taxi partner, which is called „Fötaxi“. You will find their office outside of the building, where you can order a taxi (the ride to the city center is about 30 minutes, and it costs around 6500 HUF – 20 EUR).

Rent a car: you can find several car rental companies at the airport.

From A to B(udapest)

It is of course up to you, when to arrive and when to leave. A hint: in some parts of Germany, 20.06.2019 (Thursday) will be a public holiday, so if you are travelling from Germany, you can even plan a long weekend in Hungary. If you are coming only for the wedding, we suggest you to plan your arrival on Friday night, and your departure on Sunday afternoon.

– If you choose to fly –

Budapest has one airport only, so you can´t really miss it. You can access the Liszt Ferenc airport website here. Various low-budget carriers offer flights to Budapest. For example: Ryanair and Wizzair. If you fly from:

• any German city: please click on „Ankommen“ on the German version of the website for the low-budget carriers
• Copenhagen: Ryanair, Norwegian (another option could be: from Malmö Airport)
• Helsinki: Finnair, Norwegian (another option could be: from Tampere Airport)
• London: Wizzair, Ryanair, Easyjet
• Malmö: Wizzair
• Madrid: Iberia, Wizzair, Ryanair
• Tampere: Ryanair

For good price comparisons try www.skyscanner.net or the respective airline websites.

From the airport to Budapest city center:

Bus: Bus 100E drives straight to the city center: „Deák Ferenc Tér“ (the ride takes about 30 minutes and costs 900 HUF – appr. 3 EUR).

Taxi: when you arrive at the airport, there will be many taxi drivers offering you a ride. Please never accept these offers! The airport has an official Taxi partner, which is called „Fötaxi“. You will find their office outside of the building, where you can order a taxi (the ride to the city center is about 30 minutes, and it costs around 6500 HUF – 20 EUR).

Rent a car: you can find several car rental companies at the airport.

– By car –

From Northern Germany: the route is via Bratislava or Vienna to Budapest. The trip takes approx. 12-14 hours, depending on how many stops you do on your way. From Southern Germany: go via Passau to Vienna and from there to Budapest. Duration is approx. 6-7 hours.

Please note: For the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Hungary you will need to purchase a ”Vignette” (road toll sticker). For Hungary you can buy it online, a sticker for your car will not be needed.

– By bus or train –

If you plan to travel by train or bus, let us know if you need any help to find the best options.

– By car –

From Northern Germany: the route is via Bratislava or Vienna to Budapest. The trip takes approx. 12-14 hours, depending on how many stops you do on your way. From Southern Germany: go via Passau to Vienna and from there to Budapest. Duration is approx. 6-7 hours.

Please note: For the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Hungary you will need to purchase a ”Vignette” (road toll sticker). For Hungary you can buy it online, a sticker for your car will not be needed.

– By bus or train –

If you plan to travel by train or bus, let us know if you need any help to find the best options.

From Budapest to Etyek

Etyek is a small village 30km away from Budapest, with a population of approx. 4000 people. The area is surrounded by vineyards and is known for its wine-production. There are many small, family owned wineries and cellars in Etyek and almost everyone in the village is connected to winemaking.

We will of course take care of the transport from Budapest to Etyek, and back from Etyek to Budapest. Please fill out the survey until 20.03.2019 to help us with the planning!

From Budapest to Etyek

Etyek is a small village 30km away from Budapest, with a population of approx. 4000 people. The area is surrounded by vineyards and is known for its wine-production. There are many small, family owned wineries and cellars in Etyek and almost everyone in the village is connected to winemaking.

We will of course take care of the transport from Budapest to Etyek, and back from Etyek to Budapest. Please fill out the survey until 20.03.2019 to help us with the planning!

On Site

Accomodation

We will arrive to Etyek on Friday. We suggest you to spend 2 nights (from Friday until Sunday) in Etyek. There are several guest houses nearby (meaning: walking distance), which will be available exclusively to our wedding guests. So if you need an accommodation in Etyek, please answer with “yes” to the last question of the survey, and we will send you the details.

– If you plan to spend a few days in Budapest –

We recommend you to look for accommodation in the area of “Deák Ferenc Tér“, as it is located in the city center and is close to the most important Metro-hub. Meaning: You’ll be able to explore the city in all directions using public transportation or even on foot without any hassle.

You can check out accomodations on www.booking.com. For those with a tighter budget, www.airbnb.com is a good alternative.

Accomodation

We will arrive to Etyek on Friday. We suggest you to spend 2 nights (from Friday until Sunday) in Etyek. There are several guest houses nearby (meaning: walking distance), which will be available exclusively to our wedding guests. So if you need an accommodation in Etyek, please answer with “yes” to the last question of the survey, and we will send you the details.

If you plan to spend a few days in Budapest

We recommend you to look for accommodation in the area of “Deák Ferenc Tér“, as it is located in the city center and is close to the most important Metro-hub. Meaning: You’ll be able to explore the city in all directions using public transportation or even on foot without any hassle.

You can check out accomodations on www.booking.com. For those with a tighter budget, www.airbnb.com is a good alternative.

How to get around in Budapest

– Taxi –

Like in all big cities, you can get a taxi anywhere – so far, so good. The thing about Eastern Europe is, however, that the fares are handled in a - let’s say - very ’flexible’ way depending on the driver (especially when they notice that you don´t speak hungarian). But: according to a regulation of Budapest City Council, since 2013 the taxi fares are fixed and extra charges cannot be applied:

Base fare: 700 HUF (appr. 2 EUR)
Kilometre-based fare: 300 HUF (appr. 1 EUR) / km
Time-based fare: 75 HUF (appr. 0,2 EUR) / minute

So please don´t get fooled, if the driver asks for an irreasonable price!

How to get around in Budapest

– Taxi –

Like in all big cities, you can get a taxi anywhere – so far, so good. The thing about Eastern Europe is, however, that the fares are handled in a - let’s say - very ’flexible’ way depending on the driver (especially when they notice that you don´t speak hungarian). But: according to a regulation of Budapest City Council, since 2013 the taxi fares are fixed and extra charges cannot be applied:

Base fare: 700 HUF (appr. 2 EUR)
Kilometre-based fare: 300 HUF (appr. 1 EUR) / km
Time-based fare: 75 HUF (appr. 0,2 EUR) / minute

So please don´t get fooled, if the driver asks for an irreasonable price!

– Rental car or own car –

Driving a car is obviously the most flexible option. The European driver’s license is valid in Hungary, and you can rent a car at the airport.

If you decide to drive, please keep the following in mind: there is a zero alcohol tolerance in Hungary, your driving licence will be immediately taken away if you are caught crossing a red light, and unlike in Germany, there is a speed limit on all hungarian highways. 🙂 Speeding costs between 100-1000 EUR, so drive carefully!

– Rental car or own car –

Driving a car is obviously the most flexible option. The European driver’s license is valid in Hungary, and you can rent a car at the airport.

If you decide to drive, please keep the following in mind: there is a zero alcohol tolerance in Hungary, your driving licence will be immediately taken away if you are caught crossing a red light, and unlike in Germany, there is a speed limit on all hungarian highways. 🙂 Speeding costs between 100-1000 EUR, so drive carefully!

Local currency

The local currency in Hungary is the forint (HUF). One euro currently equals about 320 forints, therefore all amounts you pay may sound insanely high. To roughly estimate the equivalent in euros, divide the amounts by 300.
At restaurants, a 10% tip is expected, but check your bill before you pay: sometimes the tip has been added already as „service fee“, in which case it is okay to pay the amount shown, with no further tip.

Local currency

The local currency in Hungary is the forint (HUF). One euro currently equals about 320 forints, therefore all amounts you pay may sound insanely high. To roughly estimate the equivalent in euros, divide the amounts by 300.
At restaurants, a 10% tip is expected, but check your bill before you pay: sometimes the tip has been added already as „service fee“, in which case it is okay to pay the amount shown, with no further tip.

What a weird language

You don´t have to take a language course to make an impression on the Hungarians, but some basic vocabulary might come in handy.
The standard greeting, if people know each other, is a peck on the right and then the left cheek. Males do that only if they are really close friends. If you are not quite sure, wait a second for your counterpart to approach you. At first encounters, a handshake is appropriate.

What a weird language

You don´t have to take a language course to make an impression on the Hungarians, but some basic vocabulary might come in handy.
The standard greeting, if people know each other, is a peck on the right and then the left cheek. Males do that only if they are really close friends. If you are not quite sure, wait a second for your counterpart to approach you. At first encounters, a handshake is appropriate.

The Celebration

The ceremony – What, when, where...?

The date of the wedding is: 22.06.2019. (around 3-4 pm)

Details will follow.

The ceremony – What, when, where...?

The date of the wedding is: 22.06.2019. (around 3-4 pm)

Details will follow.

What should I wear?

When it comes to dress code, choose an outfit you feel good in. Your yellow chucks would match your shirt or your dress just perfectly? Well, go for it!
Obviously, you can also wear a classic outfit. We are happy as long as you’ve spruced yourself up a little and feel good about your attire.
So, there are only a few things to consider:
For the ladies: no white dress please – this colour is reserved for the bride
For the gentlemen: no sweat pants please 🙂

What should I wear?

When it comes to dress code, choose an outfit you feel good in. Your yellow chucks would match your shirt or your dress just perfectly? Well, go for it!
Obviously, you can also wear a classic outfit. We are happy as long as you’ve spruced yourself up a little and feel good about your attire.
So, there are only a few things to consider:
For the ladies: no white dress please – this colour is reserved for the bride
For the gentlemen: no sweat pants please 🙂

Feedback

I will be there!I won´t make it

IMPORTANT: Please fill in this survey until 20.03.2019, to help us further with the organization.
Of course the earlier, the better. 🙂 Thank you!

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Music

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Photos

We will upload the wedding photos here, as soon as we receive them.

Contact

Feel free to contact us for unanswered questions, if any. You can write a mail to tho.klauer@gmail.com or szandramail@gmail.com, or call +49 152 545 23 534 (Thomas) or +49 172 79 77 400 (Alexandra).

If you want to add something to the wedding program, please contact our master of ceremony and make the necessary arrangements with him. His name is Alex Sandor Pap. Alex will know where to place it on the time schedule. Please send him an email to papsandor.alexander@gmail.com. He speaks English, German and Hungarian.

Feel free to contact us for unanswered questions, if any. You can write a mail to tho.klauer@gmail.com or szandramail@gmail.com, or call +49 152 545 23 534 (Thomas) or +49 172 79 77 400 (Alexandra).

If you want to add something to the wedding program, please contact our master of ceremony and make the necessary arrangements with him. His name is Alex Sandor Pap. Alex will know where to place it on the time schedule. Please send him an email to papsandor.alexander@gmail.com. He speaks English, German and Hungarian.