Short visit to Hungary

1st day

  • Arrival. Transfer to the hotel.
  • Free time.
  • Transfer to the evening cruise on the Danube

Danube Legend

An opportunity to witness as the legends of Budapest come alive during a boat cruise of an hour. A program in 30 languages plus a film about the most famous monuments of the city. One drink is included in the price: a glass of champagne and a choice of beer, wine and soft drinks.

2nd day

  • Breakfast in the Hotel.
  • Then 4 hours Budapest sightseeing (Bus and walking tour) No entry tickets in the program
  • Free afternoon

Budapest is the capital of Hungary, a city with an unrivalled combination of natural beauty, architectural and historical heritage, culture, gastronomy and spa.

Budapest is a true metropolis, offering tourists from all over the world countless sightseeing options. The Danube River crossing the historic city center gives the ninth most populous city in the European Union its own unique atmosphere.

3rd day

  • Breakfast in the Hotel.
  • Excursion to the Danube Bend. Duration of the excursion max 8 hours

The program includes prices for the following services::

  • Entry ticket to the Bazilika in Esztergom and Visegrad Castle,
  • Lunch at the Renaissance Restaurant

First we visit the Basilica in Esztergom, then the Visegrád Castle. Afterwards, we will have lunch at the Renaissance Restaurant, where we will enjoy the restaurant's famous menu

Then we continue to Szentendre, the charming town which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, the closest to the capital.

Optional: wine tasting program at the Szentendre Wine Museum.


Esztergom, the first capital of Hungary, the cradle of the Hungarian state and the Hungarian church, is located in the western gateway of the Danube bend, in the embrace of the Pilis and Visegrád Hills. Founded in 973, the main sights of the city are the 100−metre-high main cathedral (Esztergom Basilica) and the royal castle on Castle Hill. The museums and exhibitions in these buildings tell the story of many important periods of Hungarian history, as well as the history of the Hungarian Roman Catholic Church in the main cathedral.


Visegrád is a popular destination for domestic and international tourism, located in one of the country's most visited resorts, at the bend of the Danube. The papal nuncio called Visegrad (known since 1002) «Earthly paradise», admiring the beauty of the place and the splendor of the castle of King Mathias. Today the castle serves as a venue for knights' tournaments.

The view from the windows of the citadel is magnificent. And in Solomon's Tower on the banks of the Danube from 1462 to 1474, the Wallachian leader Vlad Tepes, nicknamed Dracula, was imprisoned.


At the end of the 17th century, Serbs who fled the Turkish invasion settled on the right bank of the Danube. They gradually rebuilt the settlement in their own style, in a baroque Mediterranean style, and erected 6 orthodox churches, more than in the whole of Hungary.

Later, most of the Serbs returned to their homeland, leaving behind a unique town with narrow streets, colourful Baroque facades and tiled roofs. In the 20s of the 20th century, Szentendre was graced by artists, turning it into the artistic capital of Hungary. Here, in its many galleries and museums, you can see works by former and current inhabitants of the colony.

In Szentendre there is a National Wine Museum. The Museum was opened in 1993, the nearly 650−square meter cellar system of antique atmosphere assures gentle climate throughout the year giving space for the museum, the tasting street and the wine shop.

The museum introduces the development of the Hungarian grapes and wine culture. Experts outline the characteristics of the Hungarian wine-growing regions in different languages.

4 day

  • Transfer Budapest hotel – Budapest Airport


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