Enjoy The Seven Day Trip To Hungary Via Hungary Tour Itinerary

There are many beautiful buildings spread around Hungary with many important ones based in Budapest. Tourists from everywhere flock to Budapest to capture shots of all the famous landmarks around the city. A huge number of buildings are concentrated around the Danube River. Follow this Hungary tour itinerary to get revealed to the best places to visit in Hungary.

Trip Highlights

- Enjoy the water destination

-Visit the famous bridge - Mostar

- Discover the beauty of the capital city

Trip At A Glance

Day 1: Arrival in Budapest and Széchenyi Chain Bridge

Day 2: Budapest Parliament Building

Day 3: Royal Palace (Buda Castle)

Day 4: The Museum of Applied Arts

Day 5: The Fisherman’s Bastion

Day 6: House of Terror

Day 7: Departure 

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Budapest and Széchenyi Chain Bridge

The first day on Hungary tour itinerary is Széchenyi Chain Bridge, which is another world-famous landmark in Hungary and based in Budapest. The construction of this bridge which took nine years to complete is the oldest bridge connecting the two sides of Budapest. This bridge is considered to be a product of architectural and engineering excellence. As you enter the bridge, you will encounter lion statues, which are thought to be guards of the entrance. Along the sides of the bridge, couples attach locks as a declaration of their love for each other. This structure looks especially beautiful at night when the towers are lit up. Against the night sky, the bridge looks magnificent and makes great photos.

Day 2: Royal Palace 

This building is also known as Buda Castle and is a beautiful piece of architecture located over the Castle Hill. This is known to be the royal residence starting from the 13th century. This place can be accessed via a cable car which starts running from Clark Adam Square. When you enter the palace, you will notice an array of local Hungarian treasures as well as art pieces. There are many small museums and gallery spaces within the palace which houses these works of art.

Day 3: Budapest Parliament Building

The Hungarian Parliament Building is a piece of architectural excellence. Its grandeur and intricate architecture are probably unmatched creation in the world. The building is reflected in the adjacent Danube River and consists of a central dome between two tall spires. Being the third largest parliament building in the world, this parliament houses 691 rooms. It is said that about a huge amount of gold has also been used in the interior decoration. This building is open to visitors from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 2 pm and 10 am to noon on weekends.

Day 4: The Fisherman’s Bastion

The Fisherman’s Bastion or locally known as Halászbástya is a viewing terrace that is located in Buda Castle. This is one of the most visited attractions in Budapest. After all, what better than this for locals and tourists to enjoy the beautiful city views. This fairytale-like building has seven towers with many stairs and walking paths. Construction of this building was said to have started in 1895 and was completed in seven years. This building is open every day and admission is free.

Day 5: The Museum of Applied Arts

The Museum of Applied Arts, housed in a gorgeous building designed by Ödön Lechner, is now undergoing refurbishment and will be closed for about three years. However, while it operates, it is an iconic art museum which is home to two permanent collections. Here, relics from Hungarian and European furniture deriving from the 18th and 19th centuries, art nouveau and Secessionist artifacts as well as Islamic art and artifacts from the 9th to 19th centuries are housed. While the museum is closed, many pieces of the collections will be transferred to other public viewing spaces.

Day 6: House of Terror

House of Terror is an art museum located in Central Budapest. This museum contains exhibits which are associated with the fascist and communist regimes that reigned during the 20th-century in Hungary. This building also serves as a memorial to the victims who lost their lives because of these regimes. The exhibits in the museum depict the endurance of Hungarians during the Nazis and Communists regimes. Take a virtual tour by having a look at some of the collections here, including the torture chambers and prisons.

Day 7: Departure

According to the last day of the Hungary tour travel itinerary, you have to leave the city before your private transfer would escort you to the airport. Before leaving for the airport, you can have a morning meal at the hotel and could leave a feedback on the hotel services. Hope this Hungary tour itinerary works for you.

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