03 December 2016

 

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The Danube Bend Day Trip from Budapest
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The Danube Bend Day Trip from Budapest

Hungry for adventure?

This Danube Bend trip from Budapest the ultimate Hungarian excursion. You visit the remarkable city of Esztergom, the centre of the Catholic church, the antique town of VisegrAd, which is a former Royal Residence, then enjoy a delicious three course lunch at the magical artists' village of Szentendre all in just one day.

During the guided tour you will be shown Esztergom from another point of view, literally, when you have a photo stop in Slovakia. And if this is still not enough, get ready to float back by boat along the beautiful Blue Danube to Budapest at the end of the day. The tour ends at the pier in the city centre and is a must for anyone wanting to experience life outside the city.

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48hr Big Bus Hop on Hop off Budapest
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48hr Big Bus Hop on Hop off Budapest

Best way to see it all

The Big Bus sightseeing tour is the perfect introduction to one of the greatest cities in Europe. The Hop on Hop off tour showcases the most famous landmarks and explains Budapest's rich cultural history and reveals the city's hidden gems. Whether it's the magnificent Basilica Building, the leafy and classical Andrassy Avenue or the Old Castle District, this tour shows you the prime vantage points to view this stunning city.

Centuries of rule by the Romans, Ottomans and Habsburgs have left a diverse legacy of architecture and landmarks around Budapest's bustling streets. There is no better way to see these sights than by an open-top Big Bus which allows you to discover the city at your own pace. Your ticket is valid for a full 48 hours from the time of first use, and you can use it as many times as you like during that time period.

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Budapest Explorer Tour
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Budapest Explorer Tour

Explore the city

Take a Budapest tour with a difference as you uncover the icons and little known gems that dot this city. Explore the capital by tram, foot and metro, calling by some of the most stunning areas from the atmospheric Andrassy Avenue, to the historic Heroes' Square. Walk in the footsteps of Franz Liszt and pay a visit to a little known Hungarian market to experience the real heart of this historic city.

Get to know the real Hungary with this sightseeing tour as you climb aboard a city tram for a ride along the riverbank while soaking up views of the Castle District's stunning landmarks, including Matthias Church, Fishermen's Bastion and the Royal Palace. Pass the magnificent House of Parliament and see the lions guarding the Chain Bridge, which spans the River Danube and connects Buda and Pest.

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City Circle Sightseeing - Budapest Bus Tour
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City Circle Sightseeing - Budapest Bus Tour

Beautiful Budapest

Experience the beauties of Budapest with this City CircleTour on a partly open-air bus. You can hop on and off at 11 different landmarks all around the city at your leisure. Enjoy the sights and explore the Parliament, Museum of Ethnography, Heroes' Square, Museum of Fine Arts, Vajdahunyad Castle, SzEchenyi Thermal Bath, Royal Castle, Matthias Church, Fishermen's Bastion, Hungarian National Gallery and the Citadel.

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It has also been called the City of Spas, as there are more than 100 natural thermal springs. Highlights of this City Circle tour include the 11 different landmarks and you will be accompanied by a professional English speaking guide making it a must do activity when visiting Budapest.

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Best of Budapest Tour
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Best of Budapest Tour

Best of Buda and Pest

Enjoy this Grand City Tour by passing by the magnificent House of Parliament, which is the largest building in Hungary. You will then cross the Danube on the Margaret-Bridge and drive to the Royal Castle area on the Buda side. Here you visit the Fishermen's Bastion with its stunning views over the city and take a look inside the Matthias Church.

Then make sure you have your camera ready for some more great photo opportunities as you climb the GellErt Hill. You then cross the Elisabeth-Bridge and head towards Heroes' Square. Driving by the Opera and St. Stephen's Basilica you are then taken back to the city centre, where the tour ends. This is a great way to get to know Budapest.

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Half Day Trip to Szentendre
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Half Day Trip to Szentendre

Picture perfect artists' village

Enjoy a half day trip to Szentendre, which is a lovely artists' village. You will be taken to the picturesque Szentendre, which is full of cafes, galleries, restaurants, wine cellars, small walking streets and has a very friendly atmosphere, and after a walk through the baroque centre you will have the opportunity to go shopping or to visit the Margit KovAcs Ceremaic Museum or the Confectionery Museum.

The return journey to Budapest is special too, as you take a boat along the River Danube. When staying in Budapest it is hard to tear yourself away from the many city sights like Matthias Church, the Fishermen's Bastion and the Royal Palace, the beautiful Chain Bridge and the magnificent House of Parliament, which has to be viewed from the inside. But it is worth making this rewarding visit to Szentendre.

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Herend and Lake Balaton
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Herend and Lake Balaton

Shopping and spa

Enjoy a guided tour through the world's largest porcelain factory in Herend, which was founded in 1826. Stop for coffee at the "Porcelanium" and possibly have time for some shopping. Afterwards you visit the Tihany Peninsula, the famous nature reserve, and the interior of the Abbey, founded in 1051. You then have a three course lunch with wine in a traditional CsArda.

In the afternoon you will be driven to the oldest spa in Hungary, BalatonfUred, which you can walk around before returning to the city. When staying in Budapest it is hard to tear yourself away from the many city sights like Matthias Church, the Fishermen's Bastion and the Royal Palace, the beautiful Chain Bridge and the magnificent House of Parliament, but it's well worth taking this tour to Herend and Lake Balaton.

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Royal Palace of Godollo from Budapest
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Royal Palace of Godollo from Budapest

Day at the palace

Everybody visiting Budapest should see the "Hungarian Versailles", the palace in Godollo, which is located only 25 miles from the city. The impressive palace is one of the most beautiful collections of baroque buildings and was used from the second half of the 19th century as a summer residence of Francis Joseph I. Emperor of Austria and Hungary and his wife, Elisabeth.

When staying in Budapest it is hard to tear yourself away from the many city sights like Matthias Church, the Fishermen's Bastion and the Royal Palace, the beautiful Chain Bridge across the River Danube and the magnificent House of Parliament, which has to be viewed from the inside. But it is worth making this visit to the Royal Palace which is steeped in history

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