is joining the guests in Budapest.
BUDAPEST CITY TOUR (2 hours) + SZENTENDRE (3,5 hours)
Guests will see the most
beautiful sights of the Hungarian capital during the two hours City
Tour. They will get overview of Budapest and take look at the most
beautiful and imposing buildings of Budapest during the tour. They are
going to visit both sides of the city - Buda, which is the hilly and
Pest, which is the flat one. At Pest side guests are taken to Heroes'
square, where they can see the statues of the most important kings and
heroes of the Hungarian history. Along the nicest promenade of Budapest
(Andrássy Boulevard) we reach the city centre and pass by St. Stephen
Basilica. The largest and nicest building in Hungary - the Parliament -
is situated on the river bank. After passing by it we cross the Margaret
Bridge and this way we reach Buda. Here the guests will visit the Castle
District - Matthias Church, Fishermen’s Bastion. We take our guests to a
short walk and show them around the medieval Buda. Finally we take them
to Gellért hill. From the panoramic terrace everyone will enjoy the
wonderful view to the entire city. At top of the hill the Citadel is
situated, a former military fortress, built during the Austro –
During Budapest City Tour there
are three stops: Heroes' square, Castle District and at Gellért hill.
After the Budapest city tour we
take our guests to Szentendre - to the Mediterranean artists' town. It’s
situated about half an hour driving distance from the city centre. The
guide will show the guests the little old 18th century houses, the
wonderful main square with the holy trinity monument and lots of
craftsmen's shops. There is the nice river promenade with cafes,
restaurants, ice cafes along the Danube bank.
For lunch guests are taken to a
traditional restaurant. They will be served a three-course menu that
includes typical Hungarian dishes. Part of the restaurant is the
National Wine Museum where wine-tasting is possible. Guests can try
different wines from the historical wine regions. After lunch in the
town of artists’ they can visit either Margit Kovács Ceramic Museum or
the Marzipan Museum. Free time and shopping in the local shops is also
possible. Return to Budapest.