You can see the most important sights also of the Pest and the Buda side during this 8 hour long tour. This time is enough to explore the city more deeply and get a lot of information about Hungarian history, culture, arts, politics, gastronomy, people - and about anything what you want.Sightseeing by car is more comfortable and less tiring - and allows more time to spend in all places.If you are more in number than 3, I can arrange a minivan or a bus.
Fitting in Budapest’s major landmarks all in one day can be extremely overwhelming if you’re walking on foot. Opt instead for this private Budapest city tour by car, and ride comfortably around and get an extensive overview of the city. Plus, hotel pickup and drop-off are included, too.
Explore the capital of Hungary on a 4-hour private minivan tour through the city. Visit Budapest’s main highlights such as the Parliament Building, the Buda Castle district, Fisherman’s Bastion, the State Opera House and much more. Listen to informative commentary from your private tour guide about the history and culture of Budapest and Hungary as you explore the Buda and Pest sides.
Enjoy a half-day tour from Budapest to the Baroque city of Szentendre. Here you can discover numerous galleries, cafes and lovely narrow streets. Afterwards, you will be invited to a cup of coffee and a delicious cake in an exquisite cafe.
Explore the beautiful land of Transylvania on this 5-day tour from Budapest to Bucharest. Discover the rich culture of these two countries as you visit key places such as Timisoara—named the 2021 European capital of culture—Sibiu, the UNESCO-listed citadel of Sighisoara, Bucharest, Dracula’s Castle and much more. This tour includes all accommodation, transportation, sightseeing tours, and daily breakfast.
Experience the highlights of Budapest on a private Segway tour. Enjoy the flexibility to choose a start time that works for your schedule. Traveling by Segway allows you to see a lot of the city in a short amount of time. Learn about the sights also get the personalized attention of your private guide from start to finish. Afterwards, take home complimentary photos from your tour.
Spend a day away from the crowds of the capital without having to join a massive tour group. This private tour takes you a short distance southwest of Budapest to Lake Balaton, a sprawling lake surrounded by charming towns and rolling countryside. Cruise through your day at a leisurely pace with only your private guide by your side. Take a ferry cruise across the lake, walk around the historic village of Tihany (home to the 11th-century Benedictine Tihany Abbey) and enjoy the picturesque views from the Balatonfüred promenade.
Enjoy a day trip from Budapest to the Danube Bend, a curve in the Danube River known for its natural beauty and surrounding historical attractions. Travel about an hour north of Budapest to Visegrad by private vehicle, letting your driver worry about navigating while you relax and admire the scenery. See royal landmarks, learn about the medieval history of the region, and visit towns like Esztergom, the former capital of Hungary, and Szentendre, known for its art galleries.
Discover the myths, monasteries, and UNESCO listed sites of Transylvania on an 8-day small-group tour. With accommodation, transportation, and an on-hand guide included, the excursion is perfect for travelers who want to take advantage of every moment of their vacation time but hate planning. Sibiu, Sighisoara, and Brasov are just a few of the destinations on the robust itinerary, which provides a holistic look at the famous region.
Set off from Budapest on an eight-day private tour of Romania. In addition to end-to-end private transportation, this comprehensive tour includes breakfast every day and six nights of accommodation in three or four star hotels. For the duration of the trip, you go at your own pace while your guide leads the way. Explore a myriad of cities and attractions - with all entry fees covered - including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sighisoara Citadel.
Visit the Balkans in this 21 days tour in wich You will visit 9 countries: Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia and Hungary.Enjoy a small group tour from 1 to 14 with a tourguide that will fit on your interests and will make this experience unforgettable.In this tour of the Balkans You will have the possibility to understand better the history that separated or connected different countries and experience as well mostly of the Unesco sites.
Budapest is divided into Buda and Pest by the River Danube, and on this tour, you’ll discover the most important sights on both sides of the river. It’ll be a stress-free experience with round-trip transport included. Travel effortlessly between attractions such as Central Market Hall, the Jewish Quarter, City Park, Andrassy Avenue, and St. Stephen’s Basilica. As it’s a private tour, the itinerary can be adjusted to suit your needs.
With its beaches, forested hills, vineyards, and historic architecture, Lake Balaton is an ideal choice for a day trip from Budapest. With this private tour, avoid slow public transport and travel to parts of the lake inaccessible by train, such as Tihany. Ride the ferry from Szántod, visit the Benedictine Abbey Church, stroll Tagore Promenade, and indulge in a wine tasting in Balatonfüred without worrying about having to drive.
A do-it-yourself day trip to Sopron—Hungary’s ‘jewel box’—is possible by rail from Budapest: but means contending with train timetables and transport arrangements once there. This private tour eliminates any hassles with a relaxing journey to, and tour of the town, known for its wine. Admire the baroque mansions, churches, and monuments with a guide for a more enriching experience than alone. Hotel pickup and drop-off add extra convenience.
Without a hire car, it’s almost impossible to explore the Hungarian wine regions around Budapest on your own. This wine tour solves the problem: transporting you to Etyek, the fast-developing wine region west of the city, to explore its wineries. Admire the vineyards, stop to tour different cellars and sample their wines, and enjoy an authentic Hungarian meal. A choice of time slots lets you be flexible with your schedule.
The Hungarian “sea” (called Balaton) tour could cover the largest hand-painting porcelain manufactory of the world in Herend or Veszprém, the city of queens, the 1000-year old Benedictine Abbey in Tihany and a beautiful walkway in Balatonfüred. Herend is famous for its Porcelain Manufactory – you can see how the luxury hand painted products are made (and also can buy products if you want). In Tihany you can visit the Benedictine Abbey, and enjoy a delightful panorama of Lake Balaton. In Balatonfüred you could take a walk on the bank. A lot of sailboats and yachts could be seen on the lake. If you get tired, there are a lot of benches to relax and cafés to refresh yourself. If the weather is enough warm, you can try a beach if you want.
Navigating the scattered landmarks of Budapest can be time-consuming. With this private walking tour, go with a guide who knows the Hungarian capital intimately, leading you on the quickest routes between top attractions, as well as to lesser-known courtyards, workshops, and design studios for an insider’s look at local life. Plus, savor coffee and dessert at a cafe.
For a romantic getaway on Lake Balaton, don't miss this private sailing excursion with a skipper to pilot the boat so you can soak up the sunshine. Head out on the water for a few hours, take the tiller if you want to try sailing yourself, or even hop in the water for a swim. With your favorite person and fantastic views, this sailing getaway is the perfect addition to a Lake Balaton vacation.
This is an excellent way to get your bearings of Budapest. Enjoy a 2-hour tour which explores a shortlist of the city’s highlights, including Andrassy Avenue, St. Stephen’s Basilica, the State Opera House, Liberty Square, Parliament, and the Chain Bridge. You won’t have to worry about getting lost as a guide will navigate, and conveniently, select hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
You can see the most important sights of the Buda side during this four hour long tour, focusing on the Castle District and the Gellert Hill. I recommend this program those who have only a short time or want to explore the city alone and need just an orientation. During such a city tour you can decide what you want to see more thoroughly, where you want to go back or you can simply measure the distances.
Eger is a beautiful baroque city located in Northern Hungary and known for its castle, thermal baths, historic buildings (including the northernmost Turkish minaret) and red wines.The tour covers a great walking in the downtown where you can visit the second largest cathedral in Hungary. There are 17 churches in the city: e.g. in baroque or in Zopf style.The Castle of Eger is famous for its successful defense against the 1552 Ottoman invasion. Nowadays it is a protected historic monument.The city has a lot of sights from the Turkish era, for example the Turkish minaret and the Turkish Bath.The city and the region is also famous for its wines. "The Valley of the Beautiful Woman" is a part of Eger which has numerous wine cellars and many of them serve tourists with their own wines.
Secret and well-known sights, pop culture and history all in one? This is the laid-back tour you're looking for! It has all those awesome places and views you have seen online and the ones you wanted to find out more about. Also, we're fully flexible when it comes to the itinerary, just ask!Top 10 sights• Matthias Church• Fisherman's Bastion• Buda Castle• Matthias Fountain• Citadel• Liberty Statue• Golden Balls• Unique Fountain• Gellért Hill• Amazing Views
Take a 7 hours informative private city tour in Budapest and Szentendre cities with a perfect guide and then enjoy an amazing lunch with wine tasting. During the bus and walk tour, you'll visit 5 unforgettable stops with lunch included. Admire the UNESCO-listed Buda Castle area and stunning views from the Fisherman’s BastionHear about the 1,000-year history of Hungary’s capital from our professional guideWander around the narrow streets of the Baroque Old Town of Szentendre (Danube bend)Taste and learn about Hungarian wine from an expert sommelierThis informative tour includes the following sights:City Park – Heroes Square, Zoo, Circus, Széchenyi Bath, Vajdahunyad CastleAndrássy Street (Opera, Puppet Theatre, House of Terror Museum)St. Stephen’s Basilica , Parliament (outside) Jewish quarter ,Chain bridgeCastle area - Matthias Church, Fishermen’s Bastion – entrance tickets not includedCitadel-Gellert hillSzentendre city - Artist village in the Danube bend area
Experience a tour of Romania and Bulgaria from Budapest to include Sibiu, Sighisoara, Bistrita, Gura Humorului, Piatra Neamt, Brasov and Sinaia. Learn how three different cultures converge in one country. Enjoy sightseeing in Bucharest, Romania's capital. Visit Dracula's birthplace, Sighisoara. See Borgo Pass, Dracula's Castle, Peles Castle, Bicaz Gorges and the magnificent painted churches from Bucovina (Unesco). Discover Bulgaria with the pittoresque city of Arbanassi, Unesco's Rock hewn churches in Ivanovo. Enjoy sightseeing in the second capital of Bulgaria, Veliko Tarnovo and Kazanlak Thracian Tomb (Unesco).