Göd is a small town in Pest County, Hungary. The town is located to the North East of Budapest.
Göd is famous for its thriving tourism. It has a thermal spa open almost 365 days a year with its water already declared as rich in minerals. Just next to the spa is the closest golf course to Budapest, the capital of Hungary, equipped with a luxurious five-star hotel named Pólus Palace.
Next to the motorway 2/A (connecting Göd to Budapest), the result of an 80 million-dollar industrial investment is a Samsung SDI factory producing TV and monitor picture tubes (cathode ray tubes), and providing job opportunities for Many inhabitants of Göd and other towns around.
Göd is the second town to the north of Budapest, and the first one without large socialist-era housing estates. That is, the green belt around Budapest starts with Göd in fact on the left side of the Danube River.