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Discover the highlights and hidden gems of Budapest on a full-day private sightseeing tour. Meet your guide at your hotel and set out to visit the city’s top landmarks, attractions, and beyond. The comprehensive itinerary can be customized based on the places and things that interest you. Taste typical Hungarian culinary delights at a street food stand, 19th century confectionery, and more. Leave with bespoke suggestions for the rest of your vacation.
Experience, see, and taste the best of Budapest on a private 8-hour tour. A comprehensive itinerary (with complimentary public transportation) is already prepared for you, but you can customize what you do based on your personal preferences. Whatever you decide, experience the city at your own pace and engage with your guide. Sample Hungarian food and wine at a local market hall, street food stand, and 19th century confectionery.
Budapest is full of UNESCO-listed monuments, architectural wonders, and lively markets, but visiting on a group tour means a fixed itinerary and less time to explore. Instead, maximise your time with a private full-day tour by luxury vehicle and tick off attractions such as Buda Castle, Széchenyi Thermal Bath, St Stephen’s Basilica, and the Central Market. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
It's hard to miss Budapest's must-see Hungarian Parliament building, sitting prominently along the banks of the the Danube River, which draws visitors from around the world. Don't miss the chance to experience this Hungarian landmark on this guided, English-language tour. Wander the Parliament's historic halls, learn about the building's neo-Gothic detailing and architecture, and uncover the stories of this prominent testament to Hungarian governance.
See two European capitals while you’re in Budapest with a private tour of Vienna: an easy day trip. Traveling by private vehicle, cross into Austria and enjoy an itinerary designed around you. View Ringstrasse sights like the Parliament and State Opera, take a walking tour to see the Hofburg Palace, and opt to shop or visit the Schonbrunn Palace or Prater amusement park. Lunch and hotel or central pickup and drop-off in Budapest included.
Visit Slovakia’s capital of Bratislava on a private 10-hour tour from Budapest. Journey through northern Hungary by private air-conditioned vehicle and explore the cobbled streets of Bratislava Old Town on a walking tour. See landmarks including Michael’s Gate and Bratislava Castle, and visit the Grassalkovich Palace and Primate’s Palace as you uncover their history. Plus, enjoy a restaurant lunch and free time to shop and sightsee independently. Lunch and hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Cast your sightseeing net wider while in Budapest to enjoy the artists’ town of Szentendre and Danube Bend views from Visegrad in one convenient half-day trip. After a photo stop at hilltop Visegrad to capture the river's famous loop on camera, call at the baroque town of Szentendre to explore its cobbled lanes and arty shops. Includes hotel pickup and round-trip transport, the latter including a Danube cruise back to Budapest between May and September.
Explore the Great Plains of Hungary on a scenic day trip to the towns of Lajosmizse and Kecskemet. Departing from your Budapest hotel, escape city life for the day to experience a region full of sun, rivers and lakes. This tour includes a welcome drink along with a traditional Hungarian meal, and provides the chance to discover a hidden jewel for fishing, water sport and equestrian enthusiasts.
Discover the dreamy landscapes of the Danube Bend, the most scenic stretch of the Danube River, on this full-day tour from Budapest. Escape the capital for a scenic drive through the countryside, stopping in Visegrad, admire the neoclassical cathedral of Esztergom from outside, and browse the handicrafts shops of Szentendre. After tucking into a delicious 3-course lunch (included), hop aboard for a romantic cruise along the Danube River and sail back to the capital by boat.
Visiting the Danube cities of Esztergom, Visegrad, and Szentendre from Budapest in one day is tricky without a car. On this private full-day tour, travel to all three in an air-conditioned vehicle. Accompanied by a guide, explore the cathedral in Esztergom. Take in the views in Visegrad and enjoy a local lunch. Stroll through the scenic streets of Szentendre. During the warmer months, take a river cruise back to Budapest.
Take in the beautiful Budapest panorama on a sightseeing cruise along the Danube River. Snap photos of the Chain Bridge, Gellért Hill and more as you experience why this city’s landscape was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Multiple upgrade choices include options for a buffet lunch with traditional Hungarian dishes, an onboard winetasting session, and onboard winetasting session with round-trip transfers.
Discover the sights of the Danube Bend in one trip on this full-day tour from Budapest. Drive across the border into Slovakia, and visit Esztergom’s green-domed Basilica, the seat of Hungary’s Catholic church. Then, admire the Danube views from hilltop Visegrad Castle and enjoy a guided stroll around cobbled Szentendre, famous for its art shops. Hotel pickup, lunch, and return transport, with a Danube boat ride back to Budapest (May-September), are included.
Experience the traditions of Hungary’s Great Plain or 'puszta' on this full-day trip from Budapest. Venture south to the region’s capital of Kecskemet, and enjoy a guided stroll around its historical highlights, including the art nouveau-style Town Hall. Then, continue to a horse ranch to enjoy a traditional ‘palinka’ (apricot brandy) welcome, equestrian show, optional carriage ride, and 3-course Hungarian lunch. Includes hotel pickup, ranch visit, horse show, and lunch.
Visit the Danube Bend towns of Esztergom, Visegrád, and Szentendre on a day trip from Budapest. Trace the ‘Blue Danube’ northward and dip into these three historical towns in turn. Tour Esztergom Basilica, experience bird’s-eye Danube Valley views from the hill of Visegrád citadel, and discover the cobbled lanes, baroque houses, and museums of Szentendre. Includes air-conditioned transport, and between May and September, a boat ride from Szentendre to Budapest.
Maximize your time in Budapest on a comprehensive semi-private day tour. The day includes hotel pickup and drop-off, enabling you to focus on the sights rather than organizing your own transportation. The comfortable bus tour of the main attractions, such as the Castle District and City Park, is followed by a traditional three-course lunch. Once you’ve eaten your fill, see the city from the best possible vantage point on a two-hour cruise along the Danube with your guide.
See, experience, and taste the best of Budapest on a 6.5-hour tour. Join your guide and travel through the city like a local (and free of charge) using the Budapest subway system. Enjoy a traditional and complementary lunch at a local bistro in the Castle district, then continue with sightseeing in Pest. After seeing the city's top attractions, end with a hot coffee and slice of Hungarian cake.
Once you are in Budapest you shouldn't miss the city's biggest church, St. Stephen's Basilica, constructed during more than 50 years. Discover the wonderful City Park after a nice walk along Andrássy Avenue. Learn about the complicated Hungarian history and visualize it on Heroes' square. We can also take a look at the Central Market Hall where, among others, Margaret Thatcher, Lady D and the Habsburg emperor Franz Joseph shopped. I definitely want to take you to the Castle District, being one of the highlights of our gorgeous city, where we visit Matthias Church and the UNESCO World Heritage Fishermen's Bastion.
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.
Savor Hungary’s wines and countryside on this private 11-hour trip to Somló from Budapest. Travel to this little-known wine region north of Lake Balaton, where the vineyards coat volcanic slopes, and visit up to three wineries, sampling five to eight wines at each. Learn about Somló’s ‘terroir’ and enjoy a country walk and 3-course Hungarian lunch. Private air-conditioned transport, a specialist wine guide, and local snacks during the last tasting are also included.
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.
Be part of this great experience and sign up for our private Heviz geothermal Lake and Wellness Tour with a stop on route at one of Hungary's most unique towns loaded with history.
Then enjoy a swim in Europe's biggest geothermally heated lake with all year around bathing and wellness facilities since the water temperature always stays between 26-38 degrees Celsius even during the coldest winter months. With various massages, sauna, wellness and mud bath options you will surely be rejuvenated inside out. On your way back you will have a chance to stop at some nice towns and settlements with your English speaking driver/guide.
The lake is situated near the western end of Lake Balaton about 2.5 hours away from Budapest, with adjacent spa baths both outdoor and indoor. This is a whole day tour with private, English speaking driver leaving from and returning to Budapest.
Would you like to experience the world famous and special wines of Tokaj? Then you are welcome to take a private tour to the home of Aszú, Szamorodni, Eszencia, the best natural sweet wine of the planet, which was the admired drink of kings, popes, tzars!
Check out sweet and dry Tokaj wines on a day long private wine tasting tour of the Tokaj wine region from Budapest. Visit two wineries along with our private professional guide who will introduce you all the magic of this historical region.
Visit the Danube Bend area, the Basilica of Esztergom and town of Győr on your transfer from Budapest to Bratislava.
Join our fun and easy-going road trip from Budapest to Bratislava. We travel through the scenic Danube Bend area; and enjoy the atmosphere of the cute little towns of Szentendre and Győr. We’ll bring you to places you’d never visit in one day and help you discover the Hungarian and Slovakian countryside in the best possible way.
Our knowledgeable local tour guides take a small group, maximum of 15 people, for a fun-filled 10-hour road trip from Budapest to Bratislava. You will learn about the history, culture, and most importantly the people of Hungary and Slovakia.
Leave the planning to a guide for this private tour to Lake Balaton. Get a comprehensive tour, stopping at a fine porcelain factory, Hungary’s first nature reserve, and charming Balatonfüred. Finish with a short tour of one of the lake’s oldest spas and a traditional Hungarian lunch. Plus, on this small-group tour limited to eight people, receive personalized attention from your guide.