The European Youth Centre in Budapest (EYCB) with its meeting and conference rooms, restaurant area and bedrooms has a capacity of up to 140 guests.  It is used to implement the youth programme of the Council of Europe.

The Centre can also be used by Council of Europe directorates and external organisations for meetings, seminars and training courses, with accommodation and catering services available on the spot.

The EYCB enjoys diplomatic status under a seat agreement between the Council of Europe and the Hungarian State. One of EYCB’s main partners is the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The building of the Centre is the property of the Hungarian State and is looked after by the Hungarian Ministry in charge of youth affairs. It has been generously put at the disposal of the Council of Europe and is diplomatic territory, the details of usage being subject to a seat agreement between the Council of Europe and the Republic of Hungary.

Rooms and facilities

We can offer accommodation for 140 persons in spacious bedrooms with private bathroom and balcony. Facilities include 65 twin rooms, two apartments and three rooms adapted for wheelchair users, all equipped with radio-alarm clock, telephones for internal calls, hypoallergenic bedding and baby-cots available upon request.

We have four meeting rooms equipped for simultaneous interpretation for up to six languages and with capacities from 10 – 200 persons, mobile furniture allowing for room arrangements according to the needs of the meeting, working areas for small groups, complete audio-visual conference facilities, extensive facilities for interactive educational activities, computer room with permanent Internet access, technical assistance upon request, access control and possibility for security screening, limited private parking on request and a beautiful view over Budapest from the 4th floor conference area.

Reservation and prices

Any organisation, association or institution planning international conferences or training courses and subscribing to the aims of the Council of Europe can book the European Youth Centre Budapest as the venue for its activities, use its facilities, and establish contact and co-operation with the Council of Europe.

 The EYCB welcomes activities dealing with education and youth work, human rights, democracy and other areas related to the building of civil society. The Centre is particularly well equipped to host training and seminar activities which need facilities for interactive training methods, and conferences or meetings requiring interpretation.

How to find your way to the European Youth Centre in Budapest?

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Contact Contact

European Youth Centre Budapest
1024 Budapest,
Zivatar utca 1-3.
Hungary

RECEPTION
Phone: +36 1 438 10 60
Fax: +36 1 212 41 07

Make a reservation Make a reservation

If you wish to make a reservation, please contact the EYCB secretariat to agree on a date for the activity.

Secretariat
Phone: +36 1 438 10 30
Fax: +36 1 212 40 76
Contact form

Once the date is fixed with the EYCB, complete the booking form carefully and submit it to the EYCB secretariat.

Visiting EYCB Visiting EYCB

The EYCB regularly welcomes groups and gives them a presentation of the Youth Department, its programmes and its activities, as well as documentation.

You may address your request to the EYCB secretariat, indicating the date/schedule you would like to visit, the number of people in your group, and if applicable the thematics of interest to you. We would appreciate if you would also mention the country(ies) you come from and the name of your organisation.

Living library Living library

The Living Library became part of the Council of Europe’s programme in 2003 and the driving force behind its inclusion was the realisation that human rights cannot be defended and promoted by legal texts alone. The Living Library is an equalities tool that seeks to challenge prejudice and discrimination. The EYCB regularly organises Living Library events.

More about the Living Library