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This exciting day tour is a great way to explore the highlights of the Danube Bend. You’ll have the ultimate stress-free day without any transport to organize as hotel pickup and drop-off is included. As it’s a private tour, you’ll have a more personalized experience and won’t have to wait around for other travelers. Highlights include visiting Szentendre, Vac, and enjoying a delicious lunch too.
Budapest’s surroundings offer striking photo opportunities, but knowing the best spots to capture memorable snaps can be difficult. Visit the Baroque city of Szentendre on a half day trip from Budapest, and discover its picturesque streets, as well as its trendy art hangouts, with a professional photographer. Benefit from the small-group tour size for personalized feedback and tips from your guide, and avoid hidden costs with round-trip train tickets included.
Visit Szentendre Skanzen on this private 6-hour tour with a personal guide. The open-air ethnographic museum near Budapest presents Hungarian folk architecture, interior decor, farming practices, and other ways of life from the mid-18th century to the mid-20th century. You'll see original objects, step inside relocated peasant houses arranged in old settlement patterns, observe craftsmen at work, admire traditional dress, and listen to authentic Hungarian folk music. Pricing is per group, based on a maximum of five people. Entrance fee not included.
Visit the fabulous Danube Bend, which is on the tentative list for UNESCO World Heritage status. The Danube Bend is full of natural beauty and history. Visit it together Esztergom, which was once the coronation town of the country, and admire the treasures of the Primate Church of Hungary. Visit the medieval castle of the Árpád-dynasty and learn all about the middle ages in Hungary. See the newly restored Turkish mosque of Esztergom. Walk in the amazing Upper Castle of Visegrad, which was had its heydays in the 14th century, when Anjou Charles Robert seated here. On Wednesdays and Saturdays knight joust is held in Visegrad Lower castle, ask for dates before booking, when interested.Wander on the narrow streets of the picturesque Mediterranean settlement of Szentendre, the home of galleries and painters, coffees, enchating baroque houses, souveneer shops, restaurants and tiny churches.
Let us show you around the scenic Danube Bend, understandably the most visited spot in Hungary after Budapest. We take you through Hungary’s turbulent medieval history with the help of three cities. Fortresses, fascinating landscapes, a near-Mediterranean town, and more.Itinerary: Esztergom, the former capital of the historical Hungarian Kingdom awaits you with its fortress and grandiose basilica. We take you to a quick photo stop to our northern neighbor Slovakia, to marvel at the impressive view of Hungary’s largest church.Then we drive to Visegrád where you’ll see why this part of the Danube Bend was the favorite spot of royalty. The panoramic view from the hills and fortress of Visegrád is absolutely captivating. In Visegrád we include a lunch break at a nearby restaurant, too. To round off our trip, we visit the charming town of Szentendre. Along its cobblestone streets we'll reveal its cultural diversity and the reason why it is called the 'town of artists'.
If you do not have months to visit Hungary’s countryside, although you have the desire to learn about it, come with us, and we shall take you to a miraculous place, the Open Air Ethnography Museum near Szentendre town. While walking in the fresh mountain air, you may visit various characteristic regions of the country with their charming houses. In some of them you may try a bakery, a village “supermarket”, a vinery, and a lot other shops.There is a wide-gauge train transporting visitors from region to region.If you are curious how local people here created their houses, roofs, fences, how their courtyards used to look like, or just wish to stroll in a countryside environment, join us, and we shall take you there.If you feel like testing local kitchen, just let us know!(The Skanzen is open from 1st April until 5th November, 9:00-17:00, and closed during the winter)For our more than 700 reference reviews please, visit our site on Tripadvisor!
Cellar walk under SzentendreViticulture has had centuries of tradition in Szentendre. Before the beginning of the phyloxera epidemic of 1882, the town was famous for its high quality wines both in Hungary and abroad. And famous wines needed expert storing: this is how the ten kilometers long system of cellars (intact to this day) came to be. It speaks volumes of the size and scope of winemaking in the days of yore. Although part of this system got filled in or completely abandoned over the past centurywe are lucky to say that more than enough of it remained for us to discover together. The tour across and below the town will not only treat our eyes and minds, but also out taste buds, as it will be complemented by wine tasting. Wines for this will be supplied by the local Kőhegybor Winery, whose owners made it their mission to wake the once flourishing Szentendrean viticulture from its 130-years long slumber.
Visit the fabulous Danube Bend, which is on the tentative list for UNESCO World Heritage status. The Danube Bend is full of natural beauty and history. Visit it together Esztergom, which was once the coronation town of the country, and admire the treasures of the Primate Church of Hungary and the Christian Museum. Visit the medieval castle of the Árpád-dynasty and learn all about the middle ages in Hungary. See the newly restored Turkish mosque of Esztergom. Walk in the amazing renaissance palace of King Matthias in Visegrad, and visit the Upper Castle, which was in its heydays in the 14th century, when Anjou Charles Robert seated here. On Wednesdays and Saturdays knight joust is held in Visegrad Lower castle, ask for dates before booking, when interested.Wander the narrow streets of the picturesque Mediterranean settlement of Szentendre, the home of galleries and painters.
The Pannonhalma Benedictine Archabbey is a medieval place with one of the oldest historical monuments in Hungary, which is now a UNESCO site. Founded in 996, it is located near the town of Gyor on top of a hill, 282 m. This is the second largest territorial Abbey in the world, after the one in Monte Cassino. On your way you will be able to stop at the charming lake-side town of Tata and have a stroll, then after visiting the Abbey you will have a chance to see the baroque town of Gyor and soak up its unique atmosphere. This is a full day private tour with hotel pick up and drop off and English speaking driver/guide.