An Ultimate Journey to Hungary Through Hungary Itinerary

An Ultimate Journey to Hungary Through Hungary Itinerary

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Vac, Hungary is located at the foot of the Naszaly Mountain in the foothills of the Carpathians. Apart from the Danube River, there are many points of interest and landmarks in Vac that should be explored in order to have a great experience of the Hungarian art and culture. If you’re not sure where to start off, this guide will get you covered for attractions to visit year-round. Read ahead to explore the best things to do in Vac via this Hungary itinerary.

Trip Highlights

  • Discover the Tragor Ignac Museum

  • Discover the greatest wonders of the world

  • Embrace the beauty of Seven Chapels

Trip At A Glance

Day 1: Arrival in Vac

Day 2: Tragor Ignac Museum

Day 3: See the Seven Chapels

Day 4: Explore the beautiful Baroque City

Day 5: Visit -Triumphal Arch

Day 6: Must visit - March 15 Square 

Day 7: Bishop's Palace  

Day 8: Back Home

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 1: Arrival in Vac

Welcome to the Vac! After checking in to your hotel, make sure to call your private transfer to take you to the best eating place where you can enjoy your bite dipped in the traditional taste. If you don’t want to eat outside, you can have your morning meal at your hotel. Once you are done with food, you can leave to explore the nearest tourist attractions. 

Day 2: Tragor Ignac Museum

According to this Hungary itinerary, you can enjoy your day exploring this Tragor Ignac Museum which is known for its war memorials and famous exhibitions, such as Memento Mori. With a wide range of historic displays for both individuals and families to enjoy, it is a fabulous destination for a full day of excitement. Among the many highlights of the museum, one that is worth mentioning is the mummy exhibition. Discover one of the greatest wonders of the world and uncover the mysteries that the mummies possess as you examine the 200-year-old coffins stacked on top of one another. You can wrap up your day with the delicious food at the best restaurant. After having delicious delicacies, you can come back to the hotel for some rest.

Day 3: See the Seven Chapels

This is the third day of the tour and your next spot is Seven Chapels as the Hungary itinerary. It is a place of pilgrimage where many tourists visit not just to worship the Virgin Mary, but also to check out the spring situated behind the famous church which is told to possess mysterious healing powers. Visitors also love to immerse themselves in the peaceful surroundings of the church, which is filled with lush greenery and plenty of shopping options. Make sure you mark out this place of interest on your map when visiting Vac, Hungary.

Day 4: Explore the beautiful Baroque City

According to the Hungary itinerary, you can visit museums and chapels, Vac is a great place to do so as it is home to an abundance of architectural and spiritual gems. Vac is also a perfect haven for foodies who have a sweet tooth and enjoy tasting wine. With so much Vac has to offer, everyone is sure to find something to love. Pack your bags and check out these amazing attractions in Vac, Hungary now!

Day 5: Visit -Triumphal Arch

Located next to a prison, this 300-year-old structure is the next spot on the Hungary itinerary. It has recently been renovated and updated to attract tourists. Although it is a great place to visit throughout the year, the attraction would be less crowded during winter, allowing visitors to enjoy a more intimate walk around the arch. Examine the statues closely and see if you can identify who they are!

Day 6: Must visit - March 15 Square

One of Vac’s top attractions is the March 15 Square, located right off the Elisabeth bridge. If you are interested in learning about the outbreak of the revolution in 1848, then this is definitely the attraction to visit and explore. As you tour the place and learn about the city that was in oppression for 350 years, don’t forget to take some pictures of the stunning architectural gem!

Day 7: Bishop's Palace

Built in 1768, Bishop’s Palace is a historic building that houses a beautiful botanical garden. It is been strategically located in Migazzi Square, opposite Konstantinos Square. The bright yellow exterior of the building will leave a deep impression on you as you go on to explore other parts of Hungary!

Day 8: Back Home

It is the last day of the tour and it is time to say Goodbye to this beautiful city in Hungary. Get ready with your luggage and call the private transfer that will take to your the airport. From the airport, you can take the flight back home. During the Hungary tour, you have covered the best places in Vac. Hope this Hungary itinerary meets your expectations. 

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