Budapest City Break
Hungary’s beautiful capital, Budapest has a lot of nicknames: the „Pearl of Danube”, „Spice of Europe” or „The Spa Capital of the World”. Through our few days program you can experience the wonder of the city on your own skin! You can visit the must-see sights like the Parliament, St. Stephen's Basilica, the Andrassy Avenue with imposing buildings, the Matthias Church, Buda Castle or the Fisherman's Bastion, while a one-day excursion to the north enables a quick impression of the lovely Danube bend with the town of artists Szentendre, the former royal town Visegrád, and the onetime capital of Hungary Esztergom with the largest church of the country.
Jewels of Hungary
This tour enables you to discover the most famous Hungarian cities and sights in a few hours reach from Budapest, returning every evening to the same departure point to enjoy the comfort of the chosen hotel and the milieu of the beautiful capital. The sightseeing begins with Budapest, then in the next days, you will see Esztergom, Visegrád and Szentendre in the Danube bend, Győr known as the “City of 3 rivers”, the UNESCO World Heritage Archabbey of Pannonhalma, Eger with wine tasting in the Valley of Beautiful Woman, the Hungarian Puszta, the wonderful Art Nouveau city of Kecskemét, and last but not least the northern shore of the „Hungarian Sea”, Lake Balaton.
Have you already seen the Hungarian capital, Budapest? Would you like to see more in less time? Take a country tour with us, discover the diversity of the regions and enjoy the hospitality of five different hotels! The tour starts north-eastwards, with the visit of the romantic baroque Grassalkovich Palace in Gödöllő, then driving through the picturesque Mátra Mountains you will arrive at Eger, home of the famous “Bull’s blood” red wine and rich historical heritage. After taking a look at the nice little town Mezőkövesd - famous for its Matyó folk art - the bus is heading to the south, to discover the Great Plain. You will visit Kecskemét with its beautiful Art Nouveau buildings, the “land of the red gold” Kalocsa – famous for its paprika and local folk art -; and a typical “csárda dinner” with gypsy music is also included. The southernmost stop of the tour is Pécs, the “city of culture”. Arriving to the vicinity of the “Hungarian Sea” Lake Balaton, the program includes the visit of Hévíz, the magnificent baroque palace of Keszthely, the Tihany peninsula, the “unofficial capital of the lake” Balatonfüred, the home of the world-famous porcelain Herend and the “Town of queens” Veszprém. Waving goodbye to the area and driving through the Bakony Mountains, the tour ends with the visit of the World Heritage Sight Archabbey of Pannonhalma, and Győr known as the “City of 3 rivers”.
Round Trip in Hungary
Take your time, pack your suitcase and discover the beauty of Hungary! The round tour covers the northern half of the country, with accommodation in four different hotels. Guests can explore the famous baroque town of Eger, the natural wonders of Bükk National Park, the lovely palace of Queen Elisabeth (Sissi) in Gödöllő and the UNESCO World Heritage Sight Hollókő. Gastronomical delights include the tasting of the famous Bull’s Blood of Eger as well as the “Wine of Kings and King of Wines” Aszú wine of Tokaj. It would not be a real Hungarian round trip without a whole-day discovery of Budapest, an excursion to the scenic Danube bend, and a classic “puszta program” at a “Csárda” (typical Hungarian inn) with carriage ride, horse show, palinka tasting and substantial meals. When heading towards Lake Balaton you will first stop at Herend to visit the world-famous porcelain manufactory, then the trip continues to the largest sweet water lake of Central-Europe with a length of 77 km and width of 14 km, which is called “the Hungarian Sea” by locals. In the area you will visit the Benedictine Abbey of Tihany, the pretty town of Balatonfüred and the magnificent baroque palace of the Festetics in Keszthely. The tour ends in the western corner of the country, to visit the „Little Versailles” in Fertőd, and “the most loyal town” Sopron.
Do you believe, that taste, scent and impressions tell more than anything? Do you prefer to get acquainted with a country through its gastronomy? Than this program is exactly for you! Besides a classic sightseeing program, the package includes cooking course, cellar visit with wine tasting, dinner cruise on the Danube, distillery visit at Zwack with tasting of the famous liqueur Unicum, and coffee break at one of the prestigious historical coffeehouses of Budapest. On request the program can be complemented with further Hungarian specialities.
Wine Adventures in Hungary
It can’t be a coincidence, that a relatively small country like Hungary has 22 different wine regions. If you would like to visit some famous sights and get acquainted with the local viniculture as well, we suggest you choosing our East- or South Hungary wine round tour! Both programs include Budapest, Etyek and a lot of cellar or vineyard visits with tasting. The eastern program presents the folklore village of Hollókő, Eger - home of the “Bull’s blood’ -, Tokaj – home of the Aszú, which is known as “Wine of Kings and King of Wines”, Noszvaj, Sárospatak and Gödöllő. If you wish for an active program, you can try canoeing on the Bodrog river. The southern tour covers the ancient royal town of Székesfehérvár; the area of Lake Balaton with Tihany, Balatonfüred and Keszthely; the southernmost wine region of Hungary, Villány; the cultural centre Pécs; the tiny gourmet village Palkonya and Szekszárd.
Vienna City Break
Discover Vienna, the City of Music and the onetime capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire! The city break program includes all the famous sights of the Austrian capital from the imperial palace (Hofburg), the Parliament the State Opera House, through the Kohlmarkt and last but least the St. Stephen Cathedral. The package also includes an excursion to Melk and Krems, with Danube cruise and the visit of the Baroque Abbey.
Prague City Break
Discover Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, often called “The City of 100 Towers”! The program consists of two main parts – the visit of the Malá Strana quarter and the discovery of the Castle district. Guests will see among others the Old Town Square with the gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn, the famous astronomical clock, Wenceslas Square, Strahov Monastery with its huge library, the Royal Palace, the gothic St. Vitus Cathedral and last, but not least the Charles Bridge, one of the oldest stone bridges of Europe.
Beautiful capitals of Central Europe
Let yourself be seduced by four breathtakingly beautiful European capitals: Budapest (Hungary), Bratislava (Slovakia), Vienna (Austria) and Prague (Czech Republic)! The tour starts in Budapest with the visit of the most famous sights of the inner city on the Pest side - Parliament, St. Stephen’s Basilica, State Opera House, Synagogue, etc. - and the Castle district on the Buda side. Taking a short excursion, you will discover the scenic Danube bend with Esztergom, Visegrád and Szentendre. Entering Slovakia, you will visit the city centre of Bratislava with among others the Castle, the gothic St. Martin’s Cathedral, the old City Hall and the baroque Grassalkovich Palace. The tour continues to Vienna, to discover the Austrian capital with the Schönbrunn Palace, the Hofburg, the Parliament, the State Opera House, the shopping area of Kohlmarkt and last but least the St. Stephen Cathedral. When heading towards Prague, you will stop at the famous battlefield of Austerlitz. The two-days program at the Czech capital includes among others the discovery of the Old Town with the Church of Our Lady before Týn, the astronomical clock, the Powder Tower, the famous Charles Bridge, and one of the world’s largest medieval castle complex, Hradcany (castle district).