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Hungary with 10 million inhabitants is right at the centre of Europe with Budapest as its capital. Called home by 2,100 million people this historic city holds thus roughly one fifth of the country’s population. The rivers Danube and Tisza provide abundant irrigation for the extensive cultivation of the country’s fields and rich woodlands. If the rivers have been and are the highways for commerce and industry, even gold washing was a regular practice, countryside and lakes are the main attractions for people to spent their free time and leisure.
Water sports and sailing are practiced at Lake ‘Balaton’, Europe’s second biggest lake, lake “Fertöd’ (or Neusiedler See), the lake systems of the Tisza, and Velence. Speleology, hot air ballooning and light aircraft take you to sky’s or underground to admire this wonderland with more detail. Hot springs and over 100 historical thermal bath’s care for well being and health.
Panoramic City Tour
We show you the most beautiful views, places and monuments in the city: the City Park, the Heroes’ Square, the Millenary Monument, the Opera House, the Parliament, the Castle District, the Fishermen’s Bastion, the King Matthias’ Church, St. Stephen’s Basilica.
Panoramic City Tour with visit the House of Parliament
House of Parliament (Holy Hungarian Crown) – Take the opportunity for a visit of the impressive House of Parliament – after a walk around Hungary’s largest building, interior visit of the magnificent neogothic Parliament with guidance through the splendid session room and the impressive staircase. The tour combines the visit of the Parliament with the regular panoramic city tour (described under Panoramic City Tour).
Grand City Tour
Passing by the Parliament we cross the Danube on the Margareth Bridge (Margaret-Island) and drive to the Royal Castle area on the Buda side, where we visit the Fishermen's Bastion (Promenade) and the Matthias Church after we go up to the Gellért Hill (Photostop), we cross the Elisabeth Bridge and drive towards Heroes' Square (Promenade). Passing by the Opera and St. Stephen's Basilica we reach the city centre, where the tour ends.
Szentendre Excursion, Artists’ Village
We take you to the picturesque village Szentendre – we visit the magnificent Caprice Hungarian Jewellery Museum – Multimedia Presentation – visiting Marzipanmuseum – after a walk through the baroque centre of the town – we return by boat to Budapest on the Danube – the tour ends at the Pier / City-Centre. In case of low water and during winter time return to Budapest by bus.
Gödöllő Excursion, Palace of Sisi
Only 25 km from the capital we find this palace where the Hungarian Queen Elisabeth (Sisi) spent her days visiting the country, or simply trying to escape the Viennese court. The palace has been restored to its original splendour and will provide an excellent vision of the everyday life of monarchs in the 18th and 19th century. Interior visit, return to Budapest. Tour ends at the city centre.
This is a pleasant evening at a traditional restaurant - after an aperitif we serve you a 3 course menu with wine, accompanied by a varied folklore show programme - returning to Budapest, you have a marvellous view on the illuminated city, called ’Paris of the East’ from the Citadel of Gellert Hill.
We visit the Dohány Street Synagouge, the second largest synagoge of the world, the Jewish Museum (interior visits), the Jewish Cemetery, the Holocaust Memorial and the surroundings of the Synagoge. The tour ends at the orthodox centre, there is the possibility for a lunch in a kosher restaurant and a visit of the orthodox temple. No tour during holidays and on special occasions.
Dinner and cruise on the Danube
Budapest has many faces. This vibrant city calms down a little bit at nights, lights are lit up, and a new city comes out from the twilight. We created this program for those, who would like to enjoy the wonderful view of the city swimming in lights in a romantic candlelight atmosphere, and have a romantic dinner, prepared by Hungary’s only one Gault Millau rated chef, Klöter Gregor-Grex, on a boat with live music. The salon music is performed by 3 members of the Zoltán Kodály Awarded Rajkó Folk Orchestra, including the world-famous violinist Zsigmond Vidak who is the owner of the Bronze Merit Cross of the Hungarian Republic. The meeting point is in the Duna Palota. You will be welcomed on board of one of our air-conditioned or heated ships, which will take you on a one-and-a-half-hour-long cruise with a warm buffet-dinner and live music. Guiding is not included in the program.
Budapest sightseeing cruise on the river Danube
You are invited for an hour’s panoramic boat ride at night. You will be able to experience how the legends of Budapest come alive. Look behind the walls of the Royal Palace, the Parliament, the bridges, and other splendid sights all bathed in light.
We offer you a wide range of tourism services as hotel room reservations for individuals and groups as well up to the highest categories in Budapest and in all over Hungary. We provide transfers, folklore shows, special restaurants for customized demands, gala events, tailor-made team building programmes, leisure programmes, ladies’ programmes, private guide service in all major world languages, excursions, round trips, sightseeing tours and tickets to every kind of social, cultural or sport events.
There are conference rooms and services in our offer. We welcome incentive, students and holiday groups. Our travel agency offers accommodation in more than 100 different hotels in Budapest and in Hungary to satisfy all different needs of our guests.
All in Budapest.
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