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Author: Srikanth Krishna on Sep 21,2018

Hungary comprises of the Comprehensive Beauty Enriched With History & Embrace With Mystery. Stepping inside a country like Hungary by planning a perfect Hungary Tours would let you serve yourself with the treasuring surprises at each turn.


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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Budapest - Vajdahunyad Castle - St. Stephen’s Basilica


A gateway amid many countries via which, you will be able to cover the capital fully by passing through its ways. Make yourself busy in Lavender Circus (hostel) opposite to the Hungarian National Museum. Budapest is the most beautiful city that offers an amalgamation of grand architecture, fantastic food with a buzzing nightlife.

Vajdahunyad Castle

Built in 1896, with its location on Széchenyi-island in Városliget, this castle is a perfect blend of the following:

- Romanesque

- Baroque architectural styles

- Gothic Renaissance

You may easily spend the day here with a quality time.

St. Stephen’s Basilica


It is the 6th largest church and its associated St. Stephen’s mummified is considered as the scariest treasure hunt in Hungary. Its second floor comprises of a small and interesting museum. Moreover, if you climb at the top of the building’s dome then, you will be surely rewarded with the most incredible views of complete Hungary.

Day 2: Parliament Building to Thermal Baths


Parliament Building

Today, the Parliament Building in Hungary is considered as one of the largest building in it. Moreover, this building is also one of the largest building in the Budapest, in fact, the world’s 3rd largest building also. This Hungarian Parliament Building is the Neo-Gothic architecture magnificent example that rendered an absolutely incredible look after dark especially when the complete structure is illuminated.

Thermal Baths

Bathing here has become one of the intrinsic for centuries because Budapest sits on a connection of approximately 125 thermal springs. Széchenyi Thermal Baths have become the frequently visited baths in a city. This bath is housed in a huge yellow building which appears like the ornate Baroque palace. Moreover, these Thermal Baths are also considered as the Art Nouveau style Gellért Baths. This is because it is one of the prettiest spas in the city.

Day 3: Varhegy (Castle Hill)

Varhegy (Castle Hill)

The Várhegy is also called as the Castle District or Castle Hill. It is situated 170 meters above the Buda side of Budapest, Danube. This is also known as the kilometer-long limestone plateau. All the views here speak with an immense beauty and are worthy enough for photography. The Castle Hill also include the castles like:


- Liberation Monument

- Buda Castle

- Royal Palace

Including a pool of the natural views and beauty.

Day 4: The Valley of the Beautiful Women - Eger Castle


The Valley of the Beautiful Women

Several times, the people visiting Eger come here at The Valley of the Beautiful Women for a purpose of sample wine. Here, 200 wine cellars are located over a walking distance of 20 minutes majorly from the main square. So, it is mandatory to sample the Egri Bikavér (“Bull’s Blood”) because this is also one of the special revered reds in an overall region.

Eger Castle

After the Mongol invasion, this castle was built in the 13th century. The Eger Castle is meant to deliver the stunning and fantastic views of the city and is also known since 1552 historic repelling Turkish attack which took place during the Siege of Eger.

Day 5: Belvárosi plébániatemplom (Mosque Church) - Departure

Belvárosi plébániatemplom (Mosque Church)

This is an unusual square-shaped mosque which is situated in Széchenyi tér (Pécs’ main square). Its unusual green copper dome was constructed in the 16th century by the Turks. However, this mosque is now considered as the Parish Church also where you will see both the Catholic as well as Islamic elements in accordance to the recent and current day structure.


After visiting all such places by spending a quality time of 5 days and 4 nights, it's time to say goodbye to Hungary. We feel the pleasure that you chose us to serve you with our services.


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