Go deep in this beautiful land of Transylvania on this 4-day tour from Budapest to Bucharest. This tour offers you the chance of exploring a number of Romania’s highlights including Dracula’s Castle, the Royal Peles Castle, the UNESCO-listed citadel of Sighisoara, Sibiu , Corvin castle and much more as you make your way to the Romanian capital...Read more
Head to Eger, one of the most beautiful baroque city of Hungary, in a breathtaking natural surrounding, on this private guided tour. Explore this picturesque Hungarian town's castle, learn anout its rich history, see thermal baths, and historic buildings, including the northernmost Turkish minaret. Taste one of the most famous red wine of Hungary,...Read more
Bratislava is one of the oldest Celtic towns, the boarder of the Roman empire, the western bulwark of the Hungarian Kingdom, the last marine port of the Danube during the Middle Ages, the town of merchants and craftsmen with rich vineculture tradition, and the Coronation town of Hungarian Kings for more than 200 years. Discover Bratislava with a...Read more
Your private driver will pick you up in your hotel or desired place in Budapest and drives you towards Bratislava.
During this tour, we will visit the most famous museums of the town. The tour starts at the streets of the old neigbourhood of Staré Mesto, more exactly at Grassalkovich Palace. We will walk from here to St. Michael’s Tower...Read more
Discover Romania’s Transylvania and Bucovina regions on a tour from Budapest that spans six full days of sightseeing. With a private guide, you’ll encounter some of the most unspoiled regions in Eastern Europe, home to the legend-steeped Carpathian Mountains and a cluster of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Highlights include Bran Castle...Read more
Discover Tokaj with a private guide! Tokaj wine region has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002. Embark on a day trip to this astonishing place and learn about the origins of Tokaji aszu, the world's oldest botrytized wine. Visit Mád and Bodrogkeresztur, the most famous places beside Tokaj in the region. We invite you also for...Read more
Visit Gyor, the most beautiful baroque city of Hungary, the Roman church of Lebeny, part of El Camino and Pannonhalma Archabbey, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover Pannonhalma and Gyor with a private guide, with flexible departure and entries...Read more
Discover Mezokovesd and Matyo Culture with private guide on this day trip from Budapest. The culture of the Matyo people is on the nomination list for UNESCO World Heritage status. The Matyo people are mainly known for their world famous embroidery among other things. We visit Matyo Museum, Hadas district - home to authentic matyo homes from the...Read more
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...Read more
Viticulture 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...Read more
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...Read more
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...Read more
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...Read more