26th EAA Annual Meeting in Budapest, Hungary

26 - 30 August 2020

About Budapest

What does Budapest look like? In a word or two: exciting, surprising. With a rich history, beautiful skyline and awesome nightlife, Budapest is a great destination to suit all travel tastes. Ancient history and recent past, charm and elegance come together to make up Hungary’s capital, home of two million people

Divided in two by the Danube, the twin cities of Buda and Pest contain homogenous parts of different building periods such as vestiges of the Roman occupation, the prestigious Castle District preserved in Romanesque and Gothic style, the rigour of the Habsburg Citadel, the eclecticism of the turn-of-the century buildings boasting the richness of the new citizens.

The flat east bank is Pest, vibrant and lively, with its slew of museums rich in cultural and historical treasures, extraordinary Secessionist architecture, its majestic Parliament building considered as one of the most magnificent in the world, its entirely renovated Jewish Quarter and the elegant 19th-century mansions that today contain the shops, bars and cafés.

The hilly west bank is Buda that radiates calmness and peace with Ottoman-era thermal baths and the cobbled medieval quarter with its royal palace and multi-coloured Matthias Church.

Some fall in love with Budapest at first sight, others will only become devotees after a longer stay, but no-one denies that it is one of the most beautifully situated cities in the world.

Come and discover Budapest, the "Pearl of the Danube"!

Video about Hungary by WOW Hungary - https://wowhungary.com/en/

Important dates

end September 2019  Call for sessions opens
mid October 2019  Registration opens
early November 2019  Call for sessions ends
mid December 2019  Call for papers opens
mid February 2020  Call for papers ends
26-30 August 2020  Annual Meeting