Ride in comfort between your Budapest hotel and Budapest Airport in an air-conditioned, fully insured, private car or SUV/van. Listed rate per car is valid for up to 3 passengers. Listed rate per minivan is valid for up to 8 passengers.
Delectable dining, fine wines, live music, and an authentic dance show all fuse into one unforgettable evening. Begin your evening with a welcome drink before taking your seat in a restaurant offering delicious Hungarian cuisine. A three-course dinner is served during a performance of traditional dancing and music.
Enjoy a live performance of the Danube Symphony Orchestra, featuring the cimbalom, a Hungarian folk instrument. Extend the evening with a cruise on the Danube for views of Budapest and a buffet dinner.
A gentle drive along the Danube River reveals three of Budapest's lesser-known gems: Esztergom, Visegrád, and Szentendre. Enter Esztergom's royal Basilica, enjoy a three-course lunch with wine at Visegrád, and finish with a quiet stroll around the medieval streets of Szentendre.
Tour Budapest by bus then relax at one of its famous baths. Learn about Hungarian history and see the city’s most spectacular sights. After visiting the Citadel, stop at the Gellért Hotel and Spa for two hours of bliss in the natural thermal waters.
See the celebrated sights and monuments of Budapest, then feel history at your fingertips with an optional tour of the majestic Parliament buildings. Your guide will lead you through the magnificent interior, including stunning neo-gothic chambers and staircases.
Swap Budapest's urban backdrop for the rustic landscape of Hungary's plains (the `puszta`), a World Heritage Site. Framed by the Danube and Tisza rivers, these vast flatlands offer an insight into rural Hungary. Spend the day on a traditional farm where you will watch a spectacular horse show and relish a Hungarian feast.
As the sun goes down, effervescent Budapest wakes up! Enjoy a delicious dinner in an old-world restaurant accompanied by gypsy music before taking a bus tour that reveals illuminated monuments as they ignite the night sky. Then, treasure a breathtaking panorama from the roof terrace at the Palace of the Arts.
Visit the Royal Palace of Gödöllő, the second largest baroque palace in the world. Continue with a visit to a farm where you’ll sample traditional Hungarian treats, including the national welcome drink, pálinka. Finish with a carriage ride and horse show at Lázár Equestrian Park.
Take in breathtaking views of Budapest and the main attractions of the Royal Palace area. See the Castle Theatre, the Palace of the Hungarian president, the National Library, and the National Gallery. Take the Castle Hill funicular, then ride down the Danube.
Enjoy a small-group, 3-hour, guided walking tour, in English, that features visits to major sites, reveals Budapest's secrets, and offers entertaining stories as well as great photo stops. Also included are coffee, tea, or mineral water; pastries; and applicable public transport tickets.
Walk the "Paris of the East" surrounded by magnificent glowing buildings and illuminated city sites. Photo opportunities abound on this night tour of Budapest, complete with a cruise and a welcome drink on the Danube.
Enjoy a comprehensive, guided tour of the second largest baroque castle in the world, Gödöllö Palace. A favourite summer residence of Queen Elizabeth, also known to her people as Sissi during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, is fully restored to its former glory. Marvel at the grand architecture, the beautifully decorated state rooms and the inviting gardens.
Often referred to as the ‘Paper Jaguar’, the Trabant is a lightweight vehicle that saw its heyday in the years of communism in Eastern Europe. Choose between one of two city tours to see Budapest from the seat of these iconic cars. Important: Listed rate is valid for up to 3 people. Please select only one ticket for each car you would like to book.
Budapest’ s most delicious tour! Led by food and wine professionals, this 4-hour walking tour gives a thorough introduction to the cuisine and wine of Hungary, and includes generous tastings along the way.
Trace the shores of Lake Balaton and between the sleepy villages nestled into the hills, discover a bounty of flawless, hand-made porcelain at Herend; enter the protected nature reserve at Tihany Peninsula, and visit Hungary's old spa, Balatonfüred.
Flanked by rolling hills, the historical town of Eger produces some of Hungary's best wines as well as their celebrated local tipple—bull's blood wine (Egri Bikavér). Enjoy a relaxing day in this exquisite baroque town, complete with a three-course lunch and the chance to sample five local wines.
Fantastic for foodiesthis gourmet walking tour gives you a real taste of Budapest! Peruse delicacies in Market Hall and learn to prepare traditional Hungarian dishes. What better way to conclude this gourmet tour than with a hearty lunch?
Explore the sights of Vienna on a private tour from Budapest. Visit the imperial palaces of the Hofburg and Schönbrunn, stroll along the famous Ringstrasse, and visit the land of creative architecture at the Hundertwasser House. Rates listed are per private group of 1-3 or 4-7 passengers
Just a stone's throw from Budapest lies the baroque town of Szentendre. Picturesque buildings, streets, courtyards, and terraces all echo with the touch of many Hungarian artists. Pay a visit to the Caprice Jewellery Museum and sample traditional coffee and cakes.
Beginning in Erzsébet Square, this bus tour reveals Budapest's most significant monuments. View the majestic Opera House and stop at the Millenium Memorial in Heroes' Square. Rumble over Erzsébet Bridge and stop at Gellért Hill before heading to the Buda district to see the Margit Bridge and the front of the Parliament building.
Reflect upon the story of Budapest's Jewish community with this fascinating walking tour. Visit the city's vast synagogue—the world's second largest—and the Jewish Museum housed inside. Walk through the leafy shade of the Jewish Cemetery before reaching the 36-metre (120 foot) high Heroes' Monument.
Try a leisurely bicycle ride around historic Budapest. Ride along historic streets and pass some of the most famous landmarks of the area, such as Heroes’ Square and City Park, the Hungarian State Opera House, the Hungarian Parliament Building, and more.
See the floodlit buildings of Budapest as you dance on the Danube. This 2-hour cruise is the perfect way to see the historical buildings of Hungary’s capital from a new perspective. Hop aboard for live music and a buffet dinner, complete with Hungarian and international delicacies.
Soak up the glittering lights of Budapest from one of its main attractionsthe Danube River. Explore the city's history through a sound and vision show that combines images of the interiors of famous landmarks with anecdotes about the city's colourful personalities. Sit back, sip complimentary drinks, and let the city come to you!
Take in the scope and scale of the Hungarian capital from the Danube River, a World Heritage Sight. Cruise between Buda and Pest and listen to recorded commentary on the history of the landmarks that line the river banks.
Enjoy a fun, interactive, hands-on cooking class, learn about spices like paprika, about best cooking practices, so you can welcome & entertain your friends with a Hungarian dinner. Lunch is included, and you also have the option to enjoy a hearty breakfast followed by a guided market tour.
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