Departure: meeting at 8.45 in front of the BME K Building (car park)
Arrival: at around 21:00, BME K Building.
The planned route: Veszprém – historic city center and socialist transformation # Ajka – industrial city and post-socialist renewal # Devecser, Kolontár – rebuilding process after the red mud catastrophe # Káli Basin, Badacsony – vernacular patterns of a historic wine region # northern shore Balaton – recreation areas and emerging urban landscape # Balatonfüred – historc bathing culture and contemporary rehabilitation # Tihany – monastery, natural reserve and modern lakeshore development.
The journey will be organized in the frame of the course Hungarian Cities but it is open to other students.
Application with payment (5000 HUF) at the reception of the Department Urban Planning and Design (K293) / Deadline: 15.04.2015