During the Stipendium Hungaricum University Preparatory Programme, at the beginning of the academic year, it has become habitual for the groups to hold one or two lessons in the city, at an external location. In these cases, the students view city sights, and at the same time they can practice learnt phrases and expressions.
One of these groups took an excursion to one of the most visited parts of the city. They started the tour close to the school, at Kossuth Square where Parliament located. Then they walked up Gellért Hill to the Statue of Liberty. From the hill, they could admire the castle of Buda, the bridges over the Danube, and the most important monuments of Pest.