Reveal The Hidden Hungary Gems With Hungary Itinerary

Sitting at the crossroads of Europe, landlocked Hungary has managed to become cosmopolitan while remaining a perfectly Hungarian country. This country has a rich culture in classical music and in the countryside, even older traditions live on. Dive deeper into a bowl of traditional cuisines from spicy goulash to delicate dessert with this Hungary itinerary.

Trip Highlights

  • Discover the beauty of Budapest

  • Admire the architecture of the Hungarian Parliament

  • Embrace the colors of the city

Trip At A Glance

Day 1 & 2: Arrival in Budapest & discover the beauty of Budapest

Day 3: Admire the architecture of the Hungarian Parliament

Day 4: Colorful town- Kecskemet

Day 5: Explore the historic attractions- Eger

Day 6: Enjoy the second-largest thermal lake in the world- Hévíz

Day 7: Back Home 


Day 1 & 2: Arrival in Budapest & discover the beauty of Budapest

Arrival in the capital city is the first and the foremost step of the Hungary itinerary. Budapest is a delightful city that is sometimes called the “Little Paris of Middle Europe”. When thinking of Hungary, many tourists probably only know of its capital of Budapest. This isn’t surprising with the abundance of great things to do and see. However, Hungary hides a treasure trove of historic baroque towns, gorgeous scenery, and vast wine regions that produce quality wines that are hardly known outside of the country. If you have the time, definitely branch out from Budapest to discover all that the area has to offer.

Day 3: Admire the architecture of the Hungarian Parliament

The Hungarian Parliament is planned on the third on the France itinerary and the location of the Hungarian Parliament just couldn’t be better. Situated on the bank of the Danube River between the Szechenyi Chain Bridge and the Margit Hid, it looks like a rare gem which dazzles with its splendor. Its construction was commissioned by the Hungarian State Assembly in 1880. A competition for the design of the building was held where 19 projects were presented, and the design of the architect Imre Steindl was chosen as the winning one. The creation of this talented architect is a magnificent building in neo-gothic style, displaying both Renaissance and Baroque characters too.

Day 4: Colorful town- Kecskemet

Next destination on Hungary itinerary, about 1 hour and 20 minutes of driving on the freeway from Budapest will bring you 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 the sparkling Lake Tisza, where a variety of water sports can be enjoyed. Kecskemet is a colorful town known for its Art Nouveau architecture. One of the best examples of the style is the Cifrapalota (Ornamental Palace) with multi-colored tiles adorning its facade.

Day 5: Explore the historic attractions- Eger

Eger is an ideal choice to rejuvenate your soul. The town in Northern Hungary is famous for its castle, Turkish thermal baths, and its wines. Explore the historic attractions, soak away your tiredness in the warm medicinal waters that contain a hint of radon, and have a taste of the famous wines in the cellars of the Valley of Beautiful women.

Day 6: Enjoy the second-largest thermal lake in the world- Hevíz

On the fourth day of your Hungary itinerary, you can explore the spa town of the city. Hévíz is a spa town that is 2 hours away from Budapest if you are traveling by car. While moving, it draws visitors year-round to Lake Hévíz, which is the second largest thermal lake in the world, and biologically the biggest active natural lake. The healing waters of the lake are perfect for a dip year round. Temperatures are up to 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the summer, and the water temperature is never below 22 degrees Celsius (71.6 degrees Fahrenheit), even on the coldest of winter days. In use as a spa since the Roman ages, Hévíz Spa provides you with a relaxing and carefree getaway in the warm arms of the sulfurous lake or through the soft touch of your masseuse’s hands.

Day 7: Back Home

After having a morning meal on the street or at the hotel, you can take a private transfer that will lead you to the airport. Say goodbye to Hungary! Hope this Hungary itinerary covers all your desired places in Hungary. 


The price of the tour is quite affordable, but it is advisable to check the updated price before you book your tour.


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