University of Pécs

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You may choose from the following social events during the EHBEA 2018 conference:

1. Walking city tour and Wine tasting at Bishop’s Wine Cellar

Location: Pécs

Date: 6 April, 2018

Meeting place: Kodály Centre

Meeting time: 17:30

Program:

1. A guided tour in the historical centre of Pécs
2. Bishop’s Wine Cellar visit
3. Tasting 3 glasses of wine

A walk in the historical downtown of Pécs, visitors can get a comprehensive view of the history, the major historical and cultural attractions of Pécs.

During the program the group can taste 3 kinds of excellent wine from Bishop’s Wine Cellar.

Duration of the program: 2-2,5 hours

Travel: on foot

Language: English

Minimum number of persons: 10 person

Maximum number of persons: 40/group

Registration deadline: 5 April, 2018

Price: 8000 HUF/person

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2. Guided tour in the Zsolnay Cultural Quarter

Location: Pécs

Date: 6 April, 2018

Meeting place: Kodály Centre

Meeting time: 17:30

Program:

1. A guided tour in the Zsolnay Cultural Quarter
2. Visiting the Gyugyi Collection

Duration of the program: 1,5 hours

Travel: on foot

Language: English

Minimum number of persons: 10 person

Maximum number of persons: 40/group

Registration deadline: 5 April, 2018

Price: 1900 HUF/person

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IMPORTANT!

You may register for the social events at the registration desk  until 2 p.m., 5th April, 2018. Please keep in mind that you can only pay in HUF.

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The Gala dinner will take place in the city center, in the beautiful cellars of the Pezsgőház Restaurant. ​Located in the heart of the city, this ​​150-year-old building was also home to the Littke sparkling wine factory, which was the first one in Hungary and in the 1890s received an Imperial and Royal Warrant of Appointment as a court supplier of Austria-Hungary. Just a few steps away from it is one of the main attractions of the city, the Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Not much further lie the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul and the Bishop's Palace.