|— Region —|
|• Total||6,919 km2 (2,671 sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|NUTS code||HU1, HU10|
|GDP per capita (PPS)||€ 24,900|
Central Hungary’s subregions (population figures from the Hungarian Central Statistical Office as of 2009)
|Budapest||Budapest||525.16 km2 (202.77 sq mi)||1,712,210||1|
|Aszód||Aszód||241.41 km2 (93.21 sq mi)||35,451||9|
|Budaörs||Budaörs||240.36 km2 (92.80 sq mi)||85,115||10|
|Cegléd||Cegléd||1,234.00 km2 (476.45 sq mi)||121,149||15|
|Dabas||Dabas||498.68 km2 (192.54 sq mi)||44,183||10|
|Dunakeszi||Dunakeszi||125.17 km2 (48.33 sq mi)||79,123||4|
|Érd||Érd||117.95 km2 (45.54 sq mi)||99,536||4|
|Gödöllő||Gödöllő||380.88 km2 (147.06 sq mi)||104,471||12|
|Gyál||Gyál||286.54 km2 (110.63 sq mi)||45,944||5|
|Monor||Monor||449.62 km2 (173.60 sq mi)||110,287||15|
|Nagykáta||Nagykáta||711.85 km2 (274.85 sq mi)||76,909||16|
|Pilisvörösvár||Pilisvörösvár||245.44 km2 (94.76 sq mi)||66,702||14|
|Ráckeve||Ráckeve||628.33 km2 (242.60 sq mi)||141,756||20|
|Szentendre||Szentendre||326.58 km2 (126.09 sq mi)||77,676||13|
|Szob||Szob||314.73 km2 (121.52 sq mi)||12,605||13|
|Vác||Vác||431.81 km2 (166.72 sq mi)||70,558||19|
|Veresegyház||Veresegyház||159.79 km2 (61.70 sq mi)||36,793||8|
- Total population 2,925,500 (2009)
- 14% aged 0–14 years
- 69% aged 15–64 years
- 17% aged 65 and over 
Central Hungary is part of the Budapest Central Transdanubia Tourist Region.
Other important landmarks in Buda are the Gellért Hill and the tomb of Gül Baba and Rudas Baths built during the Ottoman rule of Hungary, ruins of Old Buda, the Coliseum in Nagyszombat Street and the ruins of Aquincum. In the Buda Hills are the Chairlift, the Children's railway and caves with stalagmites and stalactites.
The most important landmarks in Pest are the Hungarian Parliament Building, the St. Stephen's Basilica, the Inner City Parish Church, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Vigadó Concert Hall, the Hungarian National Museum, the New York Palace on the Small Boulevard, the Dohány Street Synagogue, the Grand Boulevard, and the Museum of Applied Arts.
Other important displays are at the Museum of Fine Arts, the Hungarian National Gallery, the Ethnographic Museum, the Budapest History Museum and Statue Park.
Important landmarks are Budapest’s oldest bridges, such as the Széchenyi Chain Brdige, the Margaret Bridge, the Liberty Bridge. The biggest parks are very popular, especially the City Park with Vajdahunyad Castle, the Széchenyi thermal bath, the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden and the Margaret Island. Budapest is world famous for its hot spas too.
Budapest holds many perennial events, for example Budapest Fair, Fireworks and Budapest Parade.
Places of interest in Pest County are Gödöllő (Royal Castle and Arboretum), Ráckeve (Serbian cathedral and Savoya Castle), Szentendre (Baroque town square, Margit Kovács Museum, Ethnographic Open Air Museum), Vác (cathedral, triumphal arch) and Visegrád (Visegrád Castle).
Other landmarks are the church (built in the Middle Ages) in Zsámbék, the Reformed church of the Holy Roman Empire, the church in Fót in the Romantic style, Apaj plain, ancient juniper fields in Tatárszentgyörgy, equestrianism in Pusztavacs, Attila Rise in Tápiószentmárton, the arboretum in Vácrátót and the bear sanctuary in Veresegyház.
The Pilis Mountains offer plenty of opportunities for hiking. There are also the Visegrád Hills, Ördögmalom waterfall, Gödöllő National Park and Ócsa National Park.
- ^ "GDP per inhabitant in 2006 ranged from 25% of the EU27 average in Nord-Est in Romania to 336% in Inner London". Eurostat. http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/pls/portal/docs/PAGE/PGP_PRD_CAT_PREREL/PGE_CAT_PREREL_YEAR_2009/PGE_CAT_PREREL_YEAR_2009_MONTH_02/1-19022009-EN-AP.PDF.
- ^ Hungarian Central Statistical Office, 2009.
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