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Dear Exchange Students!

ESN ELTE plans to give your semester an unforgettable start....
Are you ready for your next great adventure in Hungary? 

Hereby you are invited to join our WelcomeWeekend 2019 Spring, held in Eger - a city with rich historical heritage, sights and famous wines (which you can taste an infinite amount of during the dinner)!
You will have the opportunity to make lots of new international friends through the fun games awaiting you (you can get to know our lovely mentors as well), plus enjoy programs such as wine- and pálinka-tasting, sightseeing in Eger (awesome castle included) or thermal bath visit!

So, ready to escape lovely Budapest for a while with us? 

REGISTRATION is needed, which you can do on this page right below :)

Payment information

You will be able to pay the participation fee at the Information Market on 7th February(Thursday).
Location: ELTE Faculty of Law Egyetem tér 1-3.

Or during our office hours: Check out our Office page for more information about the location and open hours.

We’re looking forward to see you there as well! :) 

The Organisers 
ESN ELTE Team

Date: 
23/02/2019 to 24/02/2019
Place: 
Eger, Hungary
Meeting Point: 
Heroes' Square, Budapest, Hungary 23/02/2019 09:30AM
Address: 
Hungary
Map to the venue: 
Price: 
22.000 HUF (25.000 HUF without ESNcard)
What's included: 
  • Accommodation
  • Private bus transportation
  • Lunch and Dinner on Saturday and Breakfast on Sunday
  • Wine tasting in famous hungarian wine cellar
  • Unlimited wine
  • Try out one of the best, handmade pálinkas of Hungary
  • Scavenger Hunt in Eger
  • Private Party
  • Choose between:
  • Entry to a thermal bath
  • OR
  • Tour in the Castle of Eger
Contact details: 
Head of Organizing Committee: Gréta Sopronyi - event@esnelte.hu; Treasurer, IT and Registration: Gergely Grof - treasurer@esnelte.hu;
  • Everyone is invited.

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