Discover Hungary With This 7-Day Luxurious Itinerary
Hungary hides a treasure trove of historic baroque towns, gorgeous scenery, and vast wine regions. Visit the stunning Buda Castle in Budapest, soak in the thermal baths, and sample the delicious local cuisine. Take a trip to Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Central Europe, and visit the charming town of Kecskemet. This itinerary offers a balance of city and nature, history and relaxation, and is sure to be a memorable trip.
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Upon arrival, meet your private guide, who will transfer you to your hotel. Later, explore the city on foot, taking in the sights and sounds of the city. Visit the Central Market Hall, where you can browse local food and souvenirs. Take a walk along the Danube Promenade and admire the stunning views of the river and the city skyline. Return to your hotel for dinner.
Day 2: Discover the beauty of Budapest
Visit some of the city's top attractions, such as the Buda Castle, the Hungarian Parliament, and the Szchenyi Thermal Bath. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Head to the Great Synagogue, the largest synagogue in Europe, and learn about the city's Jewish history. In the evening, tour the Royal Palace and explore the stately rooms and historical artifacts. End the day with a relaxing evening at a gourmet restaurant and bar.
Day 3: A day trip to the lakeBalaton
Take a day trip to Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Central Europe. Stop at the Tihany Peninsula, a beautiful natural reserve with panoramic views of the lake. Visit the Tihany Abbey, a stunning Benedictine monastery with a rich history. Enjoy a picnic lunch by the lake. Spend the afternoon exploring the charming town of Balatonfred, known for its thermal baths and sandy beaches. Return to Budapest in the evening.
Day 4: Visit the Colorful town- of Kecskemet
Hop on a private drive about 1 hour and 20 minutes on the freeway from Budapest to the town of Kecskemet, located in the heart of the Great Plains. This sunny region is captivating with its expansive grasslands, horse-riding culture, and sparkling Lake Tisza. Enjoy various water sports and admire the towns Art Nouveau architecture. Visit Cifrapalota (Ornamental Palace), with multi-colored tiles adorning its facade. Return to your hotel for dinner.
Day 5: Explore the historical attractions- Eger
Journey to Eger (an hour and thirty-minute drive), a town in Northern Hungary famous for its castle, Turkish thermal baths, and wines. Explore historical attractions such as Eger Cathedral, the Eger Castle of Disgyr, and the Egri Bikavr Museum. After lunch, journey to the town of Miskolctapolca to soak away your tiredness in the warm medicinal waters that contain a hint of radon and end the day wine tasting the famous wines in the cellars of the Valley of Beautiful women. Return to the hotel.
Day 6: Enjoy the second-largest thermal lake in the world- Hevz
Today, explore the spa town of the city. Hvz is 2 hours away from Budapest. Lake Hvz is the second-largest thermal lake in the world and biologically the most prominent active natural lake. Have a lavish dinner at a premium restaurant before returning to the accommodation in Budapest.
Day 7: Back Home
After breakfast, get a private transfer to the airport. Say goodbye to Hungary with many pictures still vivid in your mind!