Bridges of Budapest - privacy policy

Privacy policy

Your security and privacy is very important to us. We protect your personal information in following ways:

Personal Information

We collect contact information when you subscribe to our newsletter or fill in a contact form. This site uses your IP address and browser type for regional targeting and to help diagnose problems with our site. This information will be used for administrative and identification purposes only. The information is accessed by authorized personnel only. We don't share the information with third parties.


The site may use a cookie to store your visiting, language, regional, and referrer information. This information is used on this site only. Cookies are saved on your computer and can be read by our system when you return to the site.

Links to External Sites

This site contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites.

Online Purchasing

If you purchase some product from this site, the credit card number and other billing information are not kept or recorded, they are simply passed through to the billing company in the encrypted form.


This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control. Log file access is restricted to system administrators while stored on the server. Log files are rotated regularly and archived in a secure location.


Just like you, we are also sick of spam. Under no circumstances will your email address, or any other contact details, be used by this site to send any unsolicited email. The only e-mail sent by this site will be regarding any purchase made, or in reply to requests.

Contact Information

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this site, you can contact us by the contact form.


Some unexpected difficulties emerged as early as at the planning of Megyeri Bridge. Several settlements in the surroundings required relieving roads with the explanation that the future bridge would dump huge traffic on the surrounding road network. Finally the parties were able to find a compromising solution.Read more


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