Relaxation and luxurious leisure, expect nothing less from the most prestigious Spa of Budapest, the Gellert Bath. The spa is famous for its main hall with gallery, glass roof, sparkling bath and open-air wave pool. Explore the numerous thermal pools of Gellért, with water coming straight from the hill’s mineral hot springs. Treat yourself with a VIP massages for a complete relaxation. Trust yourself into the hands of professional masseurs, let yourself be indulged and completely renewed after this 50 or 70 minutes long exclusive massage treatment. Treat yourself to a relaxing massage and thermal soak with this full-day skip-the-line admission ticket and VIP massage treatment at Budapest’s Gellert Baths. Avoid the main lines to these famous, glass-roofed baths, and enjoy your choice of either a 50-minute or 70-minute massage for an individual or couple. Before and after, soak in the naturally heated indoor and outdoor pools at leisure. Your experience includes the use of a private changing cabin.
Enjoy a revitalizing VIP massage and soak in the thermal pools of the Széchenyi Baths in Budapest with this full-day skip-the-line ticket. Choose a 50-minute aroma massage or a more vigorous, 70-minute Swedish-style massage, and complement it with time to soak in Széchenyi's world-famous, naturally heated indoor and outdoor pools. Your experience includes fast-track entry and use of a private changing cabin.
Join us on the incredible musical journey on the first day of Christmas and admire the beautiful classical music of Strauss, Erkel and Vivaldi accompanied by the traditional Hungarian cimbalom! The concert will take place in the gorgeous neo-baroque Danube Palace, performed by the renowned Danube Chamber Orchestra.
Bring the spirit of Christmas closer with this special festive cruise. Enjoy delicious meal on the ship or enjoy seven different tastings of Hungarian organic wines, including renowned Tier Tokaj wines while admiring the beautiful night panorama. The salon music is performed by three members of the Zoltán Kodály Awarded Hungária Folk Orchestra.
Christmas Eve is a quiet evening in Hungary, the shops are mainly closed, people hurry home to celebrate with their families and the whole country seems to stop and rest for a while in honour of the holy day. Spend the most beautiful night of the year in a truly special place, on a majestic river cruise, embraced by the romantic holiday lights of the Danube's pearl.
Join us for a special Christmas experience in Budapest! Learn about Hungary’s holiday traditions and join the local crowds out shopping in Budapest’s traditional Christmas markets. Along the way, you’ll sip hot mulled wine and sample Christmas cake as you wander the wonderfully lit streets.
Enjoy festive revelry with a little rest and relaxation on this Christmas market tour in Budapest including thermal bath visit. Follow a guide through Budapest parks and squares including Deák Ferenc Square, Városháza, and Vörösmarty, and discover top landmarks such as St. Stephen's Basilica. Sip hot mulled wine among the festive Christmas markets, and perhaps browse the stalls for presents. Afterward, soak tired muscles at the Széchenyi Bath and Spa, and indulge yourself in a little light pampering.
Valentine’s Day is the holiday of showing love and appreciation, so do not hesitate to prepare a surprise for your chosen one! Take part the romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner & Cruise with Live Music to amaze both of yourselves with the magnificent sights provided by the river reflecting the image of the city swimming in lights. If you’re a wine loving romantic type, enjoy a special Wine Cruise option on the Valentine’s Day Boat. You will have the chance to taste 7 of Hungary’s famous vinos.
A great place to enjoy a traditional Hungarian Easter is Szentendre Skanzen, a 20-minute trip from Budapest. At Easter, there are special programs that introduce specific Easter traditions of the various parts of Hungary.
Feel the Hungarian Christmas vibe and let us introduce you to the original Hungarian traditions around this magical time of the year--Budapest in holiday coat, Christmas buzz, history, beliefs and more!
The Easter festivals in Hollókő or Mezőkövesd are probably the most famous in Hungary. Dousing Day, egg painting, and traditional Easter dishes make this special festival unforgettable. Choose which town you would like to visit, and enjoy the celebration, have fun and learn Hungarian Easter traditions with a private local guide!
Make the most of your time in Budapest with this Super Saver, which combines free or discounted admission to the city’s top attractions along with a 1.5-hour cocktail and beer cruise on the Danube River. Choose from a 24-, 48- or 72-hour pass and enjoy complimentary or reduced access to the Hungarian National Museum, Széchenyi Thermal Bath and more. Then, drift by Budapest’s UNESCO-listed sights, including the Hungarian Parliament Building and Gellért Hill, as you sip cocktails or beers on your Danube River cruise.
Join this guided weekend adventure exploring Budapest! A local, professional guide is guaranteed to provide the best the city has to offer. Stop by iconic sites such as Heroes' Square, St. Stephen’s Basilica & the Holy Hand, Grand Market, and the Jewish Quarter. Kick back in the world-famous Szechenyi thermal baths and go caving deep inside the hills of Buda! By nightfall, experience the city's incredible "ruin bars" on the popular local pub crawl. Small group sizes and centrally located accommodation ensures a personalized experience.
Bratislava is one of the oldest Celtic towns, the boarder of the Roman empire, the western bulwark of the Hungarian Kingdom, the last marine port of the Danube during the Middle Ages, the town of merchants and craftsmen with rich vineculture tradition, and the Coronation town of Hungarian Kings for more than 200 years. Discover Bratislava with a private guide on a one day trip from Budapest!
The Hungarian puszta, the Hortobagy National Park - home to shepherds (csikos, gulyas), tsarda (csarda), the famous Hungarian Grey Cattle and stud - is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the Hungarian puszta and the nearby Debrecen with private guide!
Hungary’s first official wine road, declared to be in 1994, the Villany-Siklos wine route is home to the famous Hungarian red wines. Discover Villany with a private guide! Visit the nearby Pecs rich in historical and cultural heritage of Hungary!
Take a smooth and friendly 6-hour private transfer from Prague to Budapest and be dropped of at your hotel. Enjoy free on-board refreshments, WiFi, newspapers, magazines and a minibar with alcoholic beverages also available (not included). *Drivers speak English, German, Russian