The Pearl of Hungary Budapest

15 June 2018 - 22 June 2018

 

Visiting 

 

Budapest, Bratislava, Eger,

Puzsta, Esztergom, Szentendre....

 

 

 

Fall in love with the lively and young city of Budapest. Imagine yourself debating laws at the impressive Parliament building on the edge of the Danube River and salute the Heroes at one of the biggest and significant squares in Europe.  Feel safe within the Citadel in Buda and sip a coffee while enjoying the astonishing views from Fisherman’s Bastions. Cross the border  to go back in history at the ancient city of Bratislava in Slovakia and take back home a photo sitting on a bench in Main Square with Napoleon leaning on you. Go further back in history to the 10th century and experience the life lived in Eger’s Castle.  Watch out for the magnitude of the Minaret located at the centre of this quaint town.  Meet with the great Lajos Kossuth in Kecskemet before proceeding to the region of Puszta. Be impressed by the spetacular horses’ show but not before you travel in a carriage driven by the well bred horses. Challenge your taste buds with each dish of traditional food while listening to life folklore music, both at lunchtime and later on in the trip, at dinner. Your memories deserve to last a lifetime so make them worthwhile by joining us in our travels from one town to the other, towns like Szventendre, Visegrad and Esztergom and enjoy the spetacular views of the Danube Bend. There will be opportunities for shopping at large malls where you will surely find what your heart desires. Join us for the perfect ending to this trip on a romantic night cruise on the River Danube.

€820

Hotel BW Hungaria 4*

 

Price includes

 

*  Flights by Wizz Air

*  Malta / Budapest  / Malta

*  20 Kg Check in Luggage

*  Reserved seat  

*  Hungaria Hotel - 7 nights

*  Buffet Breakfast

*  Tranfers Apt / Htl / Apt

*  All Excursions

*  Airport Tax

*  City Tax

*  Tour Leader

 

 

 
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