Walking in Danube bend, Visegrad, Hungary

DESCRIPTION:

Wonderful holiday in the historical town of Visegrád with sightseeing in Budapest and amazing entertainment in the Danube bend area.

Walking in three different mountains.


PRICE INCLUDES:

✔ 4 * Spa hotel in Visegrád, half board

✔ 4 guided walks in the beautiful Hungarian countryside

✔ Sightseeing in Budapest (City Park, Heroes' Square, Andrassy Avenue, Opera House, Buda castle, St. Stephen's Basilica, river boat, lunch and tickets are included)

✔ Picnic lunch in the middle of the forest

✔ Visegrad Royal Castle and Citadel

✔ Szentendre Outdoor Folk Museum

✔ Renaissance feast

✔ Knight show

✔ Transfers in Hungary

✔ Tour and walking guides

PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:

- Flights

More about this Holiday

The focus of this holiday is a great mix of walking and sightseeing. It contains four fabulous walking days.


The holiday base is Visegrad, which is in the beautiful Danube Bend. The spa hotel is only two minutes walk from the river. This pretty historical town was very important in Hungarian history.

Visegrád was a royal seat of Hungary in the Mid Century. The Hungarian crown was preserved here.

Some important historical events happened here in 1335. King Charles Robert of Hungary hosted a two-month congress with the Bohemian king, John of Luxembourg, and the Polish king, Casimir III.

From the top of the mountains in this Citadel, you can take pleasure in the stunning view of the Danube Bend.

King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary used Visegrád as a residence. You can have a great experience of this era when you visit Matthias Corvinus`s Renaissance palace, the Knight Show in the Salamon tower and Renaissance Feast.


Experience Hungarian culture:


  • Guided tour in Budapest, the capital city of Hungary. Visiting Buda Castle, Heroes' Square, Fisherman's Bastion, Széchenyi Chain Bridge, Opera House and the St. Stefan Basilica. After the fabulous sightseeing tour, you can relax on a riverboat with a glass of champagne.
  • Visiting the Open Air Museum in Szentendre, where you can see the Carpathian folk architecture and life in various areas of Hungary.