Budapest, Hungary - 5 days

Our Budapest City Break explores the majestic, illuminating and romantic Budapest. Explore Hungary’s capital, often cited as Europe’s most beautiful city.

Highlights and Inclusions

  • 4 nights in an exquisite 4-star hotel.
  • 4 breakfasts (B), 1 lunch (L).
  • Guided private walking tour of Budapest’s main historical sites including Buda Castle.
  • Guided entrance and tour inside Budapest’s Opera House.
  • Guided private tour of Parliament house paired with a tour of the main pedestrian streets and famous coffee houses.
  • Lunch in an acclaimed traditional Hungarian restaurant with music and folk dance.
  • Entrance and guided tour of ‘The House of Terror’ Museum for an insight of life under Nazi’s and Communism.
  • Evening cruise on the Danube.
  • Airport VIP transfers on arrival and departure.
  • Note: hotel city taxes, if applicable, are not included.

Upcoming Departures

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Day: 1 Budapest

Majestic, illuminating and romantic. Welcome to Budapest, Hungary’s capital, often cited as one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. On arrival, transfer to your hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. In the evening, you may wish to stroll the banks of the Danube to marvel at the city’s magnificent landmarks.

Overnight: Hungary, Budapest - Hotel Palazzo Zichy Rating 
 4   or similar

Day: 2 Budapest

B, L

Enjoy a private guided half day walking tour, covering the main historical sights commencing in the Buda Castle District, a UNESCO World Heritage Listed site that offers a wonderful panoramic view of the Danube and Pest. Visit Buda Castle, the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian Kings in Budapest, Fisherman’s Bastion and St Matthias Church. After wandering the Hill’s cobblestone Medieval streets, ride the Castle Hill Funicular to the Danube and walk across Budapest’s Széchenyi Chain Bridge into Pest. Here visit St Stephen’s Cathedral, Andrassy Avenue, the Opera House including a tour inside and ride one of the oldest train lines in Europe to Heroes Square, another UNESCO listed site. Finish with lunch at a traditional restaurant with gourmet Hungarian dishes, live music and folk dancing. The afternoon is at leisure to perhaps explore Budapest’s City Park and/or the famous Széchenyi Thermal Baths.

Overnight: Hungary, Budapest - Hotel Palazzo Zichy Rating 
 4   or similar

Day: 3 Budapest

B

Enjoy a guided visit to the magnificent Budapest Parliament House. Afterward, embark on a walking tour with the use of local trams. Visit some of Pest’s amazing pedestrian streets, historic and glamorous coffee houses where Europe’s best writers and artists pondered and discussed their works, Budapest’s Central Market Hall, the Jewish quarter, and entrance to the brilliant ‘House of Terror’ museum to catch a glimpse of life under Nazi Germany and Communist Russia before Hungary was eventually freed in 1989. Tonight enjoy an evening cruise along the Danube.

Overnight: Hungary, Budapest - Hotel Palazzo Zichy Rating 
 4   or similar

Day: 4 Budapest

B

Enjoy a day of leisure to continue your exploration of this amazing city. Options include spending time relaxing in one of the city’s acclaimed thermal baths, a guided tour of Gellert Spa, an excursion to the Communist statue graveyard of Memento Park, a boat ride up the Danube to the quaint town of Szentendre or roam the parklands of Margaret Island.

Overnight: Hungary, Budapest - Hotel Palazzo Zichy Rating 
 4   or similar

Day: 5 Budapest

B

After breakfast, stay in Budapest for additional leisure time or depart for your ongoing journey.

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