Meet your guide at a central location in Pest and set out on your Budapest culinary walk – Sunday edition. With the Central Market closed on Sundays, follow your guide to a local farmer’s market for your first taste of Hungarian cuisine. Stroll around the market stalls as your guide points out typical ingredients and describes traditional recipes. Along the way, stop to sample delicious Hungarian specialties, taste local delicacies like cured meats and pickled vegetables, and sip traditional drinks like Unicum liqueur.
Hopefully you’ve brought a good appetite, as the next stop is lunch. Tuck into a wide variety of traditional Hungarian dishes, as your guide answers your questions and talks more about Hungary’s food culture and traditions.
The fun isn’t finished yet – set off on a walk around the neighborhood, stopping to peek into small shops and perhaps pick up some edible souvenirs. Indulge in a sweet treat at a typical Budapest coffeehouse, then cap it all off with an expert-led wine tasting. Get an overview of Hungarian wine as you sample three regional wines – a dry white, a dry red, and a sweet aszú from Tokaj. With your appetite sated and a wealth of tips for where and what to eat in Budapest, end your tour back in the city center.