Hungary Day Trips

All our tours are PRIVATE! Just You and family or friends taken by our professional driver-guides. Hungary is small, so within 2 hours drive you can discover most highlights!

Hungary day trip to Szentendre with a local tour guide

Handicraft village Szentendre

300 USD/4 hours

 Hungary’s most visited little town is Szentendre. In spite of having been there literally thousands of times, Szentendre is for me like a multicoloured treasure-box offering something memorable to each and every visitor!

We still enjoy getting lost in the narrow winding streets among small houses, old churches and the tiny synagogue, drop into galleries of contemporary art or peculiar museums. There is always handicraft fair, so if you like shopping, Szentendre is a paradise!

Following the River Danube

550 USD/8 hours

This is our beloved Danube Bend region: the Cathedral, the Castle and the Village. Not much driving, lots to see!

One hour drive to ESZTERG!OM, Hungary’s first capital. Visit the vast enterior of the cathedral. VISEGRÁD Castle was Hungarian royal seat for 200 years, and there is the miraculously discovered and partly renovated Royal Palace. In the artists’ town SZENTENDRE we walk in the small, winding, mediterranian alleys, visit small but amazing exhibitions and/or do some (well deserved) souvenir shopping.

Hungary day trip with a private local guide to Esztergom Cathedral
Hungary day trip with a private local guide to Godollo Palace

The Queen’s Palace

300 USD/4 hours

GODOLLO is Hungary’s Best Preserved Royal Home – learn the story of an elegant Palace and peculiar Queen!

This glittering Baroque palace was given by the Hungarian State to Habsburg Franz Joseph and Queen Elisabeth for the occasion of their coronation in Budapest.

The royal family spent several months in Gödöllő every year. During this period the palace became the symbol of independent Hungarian statehood, and, as a residential centre it had a political significance of it own.

Lake Balaton

550 USD/8 hours

The largest sweetwater lake of Central Europe, where Hungarians spend their holidays!

We start with a breathtaking view of the the light-green lake from the Tihany hill. Church full of colourful woodcarving, and a 1000 year-old crypte. Old fishermen houses are open with Hungarian handicraft and pottery. Recommended lunch in a good, local restaurant. If you wish you may even swim in the lake!

Take a walk along the lakeshore in the spectacular promenade of Balatonfured.

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