Sample the best of Hungary on a ‘Castles, Wines & Turkish baths” Tour

The Hungarian ‘Castles, Wines & Turkish Baths’ guided Tour showcasing the best of Hungary. The guests of this fully escorted English tour will travel through beautiful forests, visiting historic fortresses, eating tastebud tickling Hungarian cuisine, sampling the country’s best wines and soaking in the healing waters of Turkish Baths in Budapest and Eger.
Tour Date: 17-26 June 2015

10 days Fully Escorted Luxury Tour
The Route:


v  Enjoying Budapest night lights on an evening cruise on the Danube

v  Private tour of the Buda Castle District

v  Visiting the 1000 year old Pannonhalma  Archabbey and taste some “Benedicte” wines.

v  Going to Esztergom, to see the country’s largest church, the Basilica.

v  Exploring Tata, the “City of Waters” and join the famous local festival

v  Sleeping in a charming Renaissance style caste in the middle of the mountains

v  Visiting an amazing Marzipan Museum and eating the best pastries in town

v  See the remnant of a 305 year old Glass Factory and make our own glass.

v  Tasting local spring waters and soaking in healing waters of real Turkish Baths.

v  Walking around the famous medieval fortress in Eger

v  Travelling on an old fashioned narrow gauge train into the heart of the Matra Mountain.

v  See a mammoth in Gyongyos

v  Riding on the Millennium Underground Railway in Budapest.

v  Enjoying a Chocolate Workshop

v  Walking around Heroes Square in Budapest

v  A Hungarian Folklore Show

v  Eating mouth-watering Hungarian food

v  Drinking fantastic Hungarian wines

v  More info:


v  US$ 2995/twin share

v  Single supplement US$ 600

Hungary is the Jewel of Central Europe, with more than a 1000 years of colorful history. Hungarians are well known for their unique language, talented inventors, artists and they are famous for their warm hospitality. Come and taste award winning wines and mouthwatering tasty food, soak in fantastic healing baths, learn their history and marvel about the amazing architecture….




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