Climate change, cities and green infrastructure
The benefits of biodiversity
Financing urban green infrastructure
Implementing projects – challenges and successes
Horizon 2020 projects and next generation nature-based solutions
Cities – planning, policies, mapping and assessment
Neighbourhoods, nature and community
Industry Speed Dating, exhibiting and networking
Green-Go Awards

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EUGIC 2017 Budapest tickets are now on sale here.

EUGIC 2017 Budapest takes place Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 November 2017 at the cutting-edge Akvárium venue. Tickets include entry to the Green-Go Awards Ceremony on the evening of Wednesday 29 November. Prices are without tax, no tax will be added:

Standard ticket € 300.00
Municipalities, Public Authorities, EUGIC Endorser Organisation Members, Students and NGOs € 200.00
EUGIC 2015 Vienna Participant € 180.00
Ticket to Day One [ 29 November only – For Visegrad side session participants only ] € 100.00
Ticket to Day Two [ 30 November only – For Visegrad side session participants only ] € 100.00

If you were a participant at EUGIC 2015 Vienna, please select the discount ticket on the form.

If you are from a Municipality, Public Authority or EUGIC 2017 Budapest Endorsing Organisation member, a student or representing an NGO, please select the relevant discount ticket.

Book your EUGIC 2017 Budapest tickets here

If you have any ticket booking or registration questions, please contact the conference office at:


Invoicing: Szilvia BOGDANY E: T: +36 1 398 0135

We look forward to welcoming you to EUGIC 2017 Budapest this November!


If you are interested in partnering with EUGIC 2017 Budapest, do get in touch.

There are many ways to participate – including sponsorship, endorsement, exhibiting and presenting.

Visit the Partnerships page or contact the EUGIC 2017 Budapest conference office:


Invoicing: Szilvia BOGDANY E: T: +36 1 398 0135

We look forward to working with you for EUGIC 2017 Budapest.


CEEweb for BiodiversityEFB logo


The City of Budapest

Budapest City Logo - host city for EUGIC 2017


All EFB Country Member Associations – including Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Scandinavia, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Czech Republic, Portugal and UK

EFB logo

WGIN – the World Green Infrastructure Network

IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature

ICLEI Europe – Local Governments for Sustainability

IFLA – International Federation of Landscape Architects

MUTK – Hungarian Urban Knowledge Centre – Magyar Urbanisztikai Tudásközpont




Connecting Nature


Urban GreenUP

Hungary Green Building Council

IALE UK – International Association for Landscape Ecology

Global Nature Fund

Morgenstadt – City of the Future

IAUC – International Association for Urban Climate

LIFE Programme

MAKEOSZ – Magyar Kertépítők Országos Szövetsége – Association of Landscape Contractors of Hungary

UK Green Infrastructure Partnership 

Green City Hungary

ZEOSZ Green Roof Association Hungary

Association of Climate-Friendly Municipalities – Klímabarát Települések Szövetsége

ENoLL – European Network of Living Labs

IVF – International Visegrad Fund

The Landscape Institute

HALA – Hungarian Association of Landscape Architects – Magyar Tájépítészek Szövetsége

SGIA – Scandinavian Green Infrastructure Association

SPAK – Association of Polish Landscape Architects

SD-Med Observation Planning EcoInnovation

ASoP – Asociatia Peisagistilor Din Romania – Romanian Landscape Architects Association

HDKA – Croatian Association of Landscape Architects

CEU – Central European University

ISA – Instituto Superior de Agronomia University of Lisbon

Salzburg Global Seminar

salzburg global seminar

CENS – Centre for Ecological Noosphere Studies, National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Armenia

ESSRG – Environmental Social Science Research Group

Team London Bridge


Instituto Superior Técnico Lisboa

ZÖLD XVII Association

Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning Faculty, Béla Rerrich Landscape Architecture College – Rerrich Béla Tájépítész Szakkollégium, Szent Istvan University

People’s Architectural Science Student Circle, Miklós Ybl Faculty of Building Sciences – Népi Építészeti Tudományos Diákkö, Szent Istvan University

BME Architectural Faculty Student Representatives – BME Építészmérnöki kar Hallgatói Képviseletet , Budapest University of Technology

ISOCARP – International Society of City and Regional Planners

The International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) is a global association of experienced professional planners. It was founded in 1965 in a bid to bring together recognised and highly-qualified planners in an international network. The ISOCARP network brings together individual and institutional members from more than 80 countries worldwide. As a non-governmental organisation, ISOCARP is recognised by the UN, UNHCS and the Council of Europe.

Biotope City Journal

Architektur Aktuell

Magyar Építéstechnika 


MÉK – Magyar Kertépítők Országos Szövetsége – Hungarian Chamber of Architects and Landscape Architects

Reference MÉK-OTIR: 2017/181 Each conference day is worth 2 points/2 pont


EUGIC 2017 Budapest is grateful to the following sponsors for their support:

EUGIC 2017 Primary Sponsors

ZEOSZ – Hungary National Green Roof and Wall Association

EUGIC 2017 Awards & Evening Ceremony Sponsors

Deep Forest

Butterfly Sponsors
Vegetal i.D.

Butterfly Sponsors

ACO Hungary

Butterfly Sponsors

Avocet Holding


Butterfly Sponsors

ESSRG – Environmental Social Science Research Group

Butterfly Sponsors



Vegetal i.D.

LIKO noe

likonoe logo


likos logo


Fökert Nonprofit Zrt. – 150th Anniversary Year


Infrastructures logo


The European Union

EU Commission logo

EUGIC 2017 Budapest is funded by the European Union. The information and views expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Union.


EUGIC 2017 is at the cutting-edge Akvárium venue:

Erzsébet tér 12, 1051 Budapest, Hungary

Beautiful Budapest has so much to offer

The city straddles the River Danube, with World Heritage Site Buda Castle to the west, and Pest on the eastern bank. One of Europe’s great cultural capitals, there are many fascinating experiences to discover, from the museums, galleries and baths to a vibrant night life.

And there is a wealth of nature to enjoy, from Budapest’s city parks, gardens and river to Margaret Island Park on the Danube in the heart of the city.

The Akvárium is the perfect venue for EUGIC 2017 – a cutting-edge building in the centre of Budapest with a public park and pool on its roof. The Akvárium can accommodate around 450 participants.

We recommend booking your accommodation at least a month before the conference for a good selection. Budapest is popular, so don’t wait!



Contact us for all information about the EUGIC 2017 Budapest conference and associated events 29 – 30 November 2017.


General inquiries: Noémi KUSZMANN Mobile phone: + 36 20 557 1196

Invoicing: Szilvia BOGDANY E: T: +36 1 398 0135


The answers to some frequently asked questions are also below.

How can I buy tickets for EUGIC 2017?
Booking is now open
How many tickets are available in total for EUGIC 2017?
450 tickets
Where are the nearest hotels to the conference venue?
Please visit Budapest – Our Host City
Is it possible to cancel my tickets once I’ve paid?
Yes, we can arrange a refund. Please contact the EUGIC 2017 conference office: E: T: +36 1 398 0135