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Time: 5 h | Includes:

Buda Castle - Castle district, Danube embankment, Chain Bridge, Liberty Bridge, Elizabeth Bridge, Margaret Bridge, Andrássy Avenue, Matthias Church, Parliament, Fishermen’s Bastion, Sándor Palace- residence of President, Gellért Hill, Citadella, Liberation Monument, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Gresham Palace, Museums of Fine Arts, Palace of Arts, Opera House, Millennium Monument, House of Terror Museum, City Park, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Vajdahunyad castle. >>> See details! <<<



Time: 2 h

Váci street, Vigadó-Concert Hall, Gerbeaut Confectioner’s, Szabadság tér- Liberty square Hungarian Television – The Stock Exchange, Hungarian National Bank. >>> See details! <<<

Dohány Street Synagogue.

Time: 2 h

The glorious building in Byzantine-Moorish style is Europe’s largest synagogue.It was built by Viennese architect.During this sightseeng we show you the most important Jewish Monuments of the Hungarian Capital and the world’s second largest Synagogue: Jewish Museum, Tree of Life, Temple of Heroes , Cemetery in the Jewish Garden..We walk through the former Jewish ghetto.>>> See details! <<<

Budapest by night

Time: 1,5-2 h

Budapest by night



Danube Bend (Duna - kanyar)

Time: 8 - 9 h | Includes:

The Danube Bend (Duna – kanyar) is an almost 20 km long and particularly winding part of the 417 km section of the Danube. The river, whose general direction has been from west to east, changes to a north -south direction and turns north with a hairpin bend, than suddenly forming a right angle after Visegrád, continues its course towards.


Szentedre - the picturesque Artist’s Village. Just a few kilometres north of Budapest, is the tiny town of Szentendre with its narrow, crooked streets, built by Serbian settlers. Szentendre has preserved its 18-19-th century compact and unified layout. Its picturesque setting on the Danube, its architecture and historical monuments all contributed to the formation over the years of colonies of painters, sculptors and artists who lived and still live today in Szentendre.


Visegrád is a synthesis of the past, present and future. The view from hier is superb, encompassing the incomparable Danube Bend. Not far away is the imposing citadel and the huge keep which takes its name, Solomon’s Tower.


Esztergom - the centre of Catholic Church, former Royal town, the first capital of the country, seat of kings and archbishops for centuries. Hungary’s largest church, the Basilica, stands atop Castle Hill. Its red marble chapel, built on the commission of Archbishop of Esztergom Tamás Bakócz, is ranked as one of the finest works of art to have survived in Hungary from the Renaissance.



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Székesfehérvár - Veszprém - Tihany

Time: 8 - 9 h | Includes:

The Balaton is the largest freshwater lake in Central-Europe. It is not transparen like sea water, as the lake is shallow. It is just over 80 kilometres long with a depth of 10.2 metres. The Earth has worked for some twenty thousand years to give the landscape its character. Toward the end of the Ice Age countless earthquakes broke the surface into a number of basins and a system of numerous small lakes and fens gradually formed from the rainwater accumulating in the basins. Wind, rain and ice persistently wore down the walls separating the basins, ultimately resulting in the single Lake Balaton approximately five to seventhousand years ago. The former level and condicion of the earth’s surface is attested by fourteen extinct volcanoes on the northern bank, the basalt lava flow has preserved the condicions of that time. In the 19th century rumoured that the Balaton consisted entirely of healing waters. Although this claim was not true, it certainly had a basis inthe fact that the prosperity of the spa culture of the region is attributable to the mineral water springs around Balatonfüred and the sulphuric thermal waters at a temperature of 38 C, of the former volcanic crater near Hévíz. >>> See details! <<<


Tradition has it that the Magyar conqueror Prince Árpád pitched camp where present – day Székesfehérvár is situated and took possesion of the area for the princely tribe. This is why the town is considered to be the oldest in Hungary. The founder of the Hungarian state, King Stephen I, made Székesfehérvár the capital of the country and a chapter seat as well. The town was the scene of coronations and an ecclasiastical centre for almost three hundred years. 37 Hungarian kings and 39 queens were crowned and 18 kings were buried here. The town was rebuilt in the 18th century, when it became an Episcopal See. >>> See details! <<<


During the age of Prince Géza (father of Stephen I.) one of the first bishopric in Hungary was established in Veszprém. A cathedral and a royal palace were built in the walled-in castle area on the town’s highest rocky hill. The present appearance of its historic core was essentially created during the time of Baroque reconstruction. The historic buildings of the town, built in Baroque, Louis XVI, or other styles, fill the rows of winding streets. The town itself is all hills and valleys with splendid rock masses, streams, bridges, and mills that make it enchanting to the eyes.


The Tihany peninsula, stretcing far into Balaton, can be seen from a considerable distance. Tihany has tree main points of interest: the House of the Fishermen’s Guild – folklore performances are held in the courtyard on an outdoor stage. Echo Hill, at one time there was to hear an echo of up to 16 syllables produced from hill.
The Abbey church with its two towers was built between 1719 and 1754. Its oldest section is the Romanesque crypt (10559 with the white marble-covered grave of King Andrew I. The former abbey building adjoining the church is now a museum.


Balaton: Tihány - Hévíz


The most beautiful parts of the landscape around Lake Balaton were formed by volcanic action, and even 2.5 million years after the extinction of the volcanoes their effect, though tamed, can still be felt. Dozens of sulphuric and carbonated springs burst from the ground along the lakeside, and in most of them people have sought (and found) healing for centuries. The most famous is the spring at Hévíz, which breaks to the surface at the foothills of the Keszthely hills. This is actually a geyser whose crater lake creates a natural bath of therapeutic water at 38°C. Only in Iceland can anything similar be found. The sulphuric, mildly radioactive water of the Hévíz lake is just as excellent for the treatment of locomotor diseases as the mud from the bottom of the lake. The Hévíz lake is a sight to behold, particularly at the end of summer, when the red lilies from India flower in their thousands.The lake has been used for therapeutic bathing since 1795.

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  • „Ecseri” Flea Market – The largest second-hand market in Budapest. This is a cavalcade of old and new, the superb and showy, the glorious and the kitsch. Uncover the enchanted world of the Ecseri Flea Market. From knickknacks to Art Nouveau furniture, from postcards sent and received long ago to silver pocket-watches. Old and new, rich and poor, beautiful and touchingly ugly, there are all here, together affording a unique insight into the great past of a great city.
  • Budapest Antique market – „a Town within Town- Past in the Present’.
  • Falk Miksa Street – Among the 21 shops and galleries on Falk Miksa Street, some specialize in certain areas and some sell a kaleidoscope of antiques.
  • Pálvölgy Stalactite cave – a superb cave in the Buda hills open to turists. It has interesting stalactite and stalagmite formations. Its air is recognized as having a medicinal effect.
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