This escape room is the only all year round horror show in Hungary !Join this interactive horror theatre, or rather a journey into the realm of darkness in the style of the American haunted house or magic castle ride. The aim is to create a terrifying, adrenaline-fuelled, spectacular and thrilling ride, which will leave all brave visitors with a lasting memory. Performers await all thrill-seeking, fear-hungry visitors in an environment of unique sets and props over 600 square metres (25-45 minutes visit), with special sound and light effects. Are you brave enough to enter and face your fears?
The Hungarian language is widely regarded as being too difficult for a foreigner to even attempt to understand – but with our lighthearted 1-hour Fungarian classes, visitors receive an easy introduction to the Magyars' playfully poetic language. Held amid informal settings, classes are personalized to teach basics like survival phrases and polite ways to interact with locals.
During this tour you're guided through the most spectacular places and sights on both banks of the Danube in a TukTuk.You will see the Citadel, the Chain Bridge, the Buda Castle and Parliament and the Shoes on the Danube Bank.
Enjoy a private Budapest sightseeing cruise with your partner or friends by motorboat. You will be provided with a welcome drink on board (champagne or a soft drink), and then you can sit back and relax as you tour the most beautiful sights of Budapest. The cruise starts and finishes in the same place downtown and first goes down towards the Rákoczi Bridge, then goes up-river to Margaret Island before heading back to the dock.
Budapest was literally built on water: there is a uniquely rich network of streams, mineral and medicinal waters under the city which nourish the numerous thermal baths, spas and swimming pools that Budapest is justly famed for. The Danube, which flows through the city like an artery, is not only a beautiful sight, but supplies Budapest with one of the best and tastiest sources drinking waters in Europe.This 2-hour thematic walking tour is a great choice if you want to properly discover Budapest, the city of water!
The Locked Escape Game is a realistic escape game experience, established in 2012, the Locked Escape Games includes a variety of popular games, including the 'Serial Killer' which is the largest game room and the most popular, about 45 square metres. Take the challenge and solve the case in order to stop the serial killer from claiming more victims. Enjoy this private experience with just your own group (minimum 2 and maximum 6 people).
Enjoy this 90-minute scenic cruise on the Danube river with a delicious pizza dinner. You can choose your favourite pizza from the selection available along with unlimited beer and soft drinks while enjoying the beautiful view of Budapest. You can also order spirits and other snacks at the onboard bar if you wish (own expense). Free wifi is provided on board the boat.
Explore Budapest from the saddle of an electric bike. Perfect for families or larger groups, choose from 3 different routes for the sightseeing experience that best suits your interests. Cycle beside the River Danube, and feel the wind in your hair as you pass famous monuments and lesser-known squares. Your guide will introduce you to the city in a fun way, answering any questions you may have along the way. Make your holiday unforgettable and fall in love with Budapest!
This dinner cruise will enchant your evening through Budapest along on the Danube. During the cruise a 4-course meal will be served, prepared by an on-board chef. Enjoy the musical accompaniment of two pianists who will complete with each other through the form of music! On the stage – the piano battle is a unique concert that pleases all the senses. A hostess joins the pianist to help you understand the meaningful sad as well as humorous melodies played by the pianists. Welcome drinks will be awaiting you on board before departure.
Miniversum is a gigantic, beautifully detailed and decorated model layout featuring most of the sights and landmarks from Budapest and Hungary as well as a bit of Austria and Germany, but scaled to 1:100 of its original size.
August 20th is the greatest national holiday for Hungarians, celebrated with spectacular fireworks. August 20th commemorates the foundation of the Hungarian state. It is also called as St. Stephen's Day, remembering Stephen I, the first king of Hungary and founder of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Learn the basics of the Hungarian language whilst enjoying an authentic traditional meal! Gastronomy is a central part of many Hungarian conversations, so what better way to learn the basics of the Hungarian language than by taking a basic Hungarian class with a friendly local teacher while enjoying classic Hungarian cuisine at a traditional restaurant? During the Hungarian lunch and cass, participants will learn the fundamentals of the playfully poetic Hungarian language while experiencing Hungary’s legendary hospitality firsthand. You'' even learn tips about local dining etiquette and the fascinating history of Hungarian food.
The Budapest Ninebot Tour is a great way to visit Budapest. Choose from 4 basic tour lines and explore the city alongside with local guides that will always be by your side to guide you as you explore all the wanders that Budapest has to offer.
Cruise from Szentendre to Budapest and enjoy the magnificent experience in the ’casket’ of the Danube bend, the culture, heritage and unique architecture of Szentendre, as well as the spectacular views along the Danube, and take a pleasant walk in the incomparable baroque atmosphere of Szentendre while making a full, or half day program for yourself!
Visit Slovakia’s top 5 National Parks. Imagine green pastures, deep forests, canyons with wild rivers, crystal clear lakes to rocky hills and majestic snow-capped peaks, all waiting to be explored. Slovakia’s got 17 peaks reaching heights over 2500 metres above sea level! And even more is hidden under the ground – a rare complex of ice and karst caves, there are believed to be many that are still yet to be discovered. Don’t miss your chance to take an impressive cable car ride to the second highest peak of the Tatras Mountains – Lomnický Peak, which is 2634 metres high! Spend the night right in the middle of the mountains. Breathe the crisp mountain air while rafting down a river in Pienny National Park. And you cannot leave this beautiful region without experiencing a relaxing, unique bath in the cave where the water reaches temperatures of 42 ºC!
Experience the very best of Slovakia's living traditions. Whether it’s the distinctive folk music and dance, handicrafts, gastronomy or traditional wooden architecture, all this and even more will be open to discovery on this unforgettable journey. Taste the traditional local cuisine, excellent local wines, homemade beverages and amazing beer. Visit a sheep farm, talk to shepherds and have a go at playing a shepherd's pipe, known as a “Fujara”. You will be enchanted by the stories of lumberjacks as you drift down the river on the traditional wooden rafts. You will visit one of the biggest wooden churches - Christian traditions are still very strong, and travel by historic steam train. Discover the real living traditions of Slovakia – something you’ll never forget!
This dinner cruise will enchant your evening through Budapest along on the Danube. During the cruise a 4-course meal will be served, prepared by an on-board chef. Enjoy the musical accompaniment of two pianists who will complete each other through the form of music! On the stage – the piano battle is a unique concert that pleases all the senses. A hostess joins the pianist to help you understand the meaningful sad as well as humorous melodies played by the pianists. Welcome drinks will be awaiting you on board before departure.
Explore Budapest with a hop-on hop-off bus tour, and see the city’s top sights at your own pace. A convenient way to discover the Hungarian capital, your ticket offers unlimited travel for 48 hours. Hop on and off at any of the 27 well-placed stops around the city to see showstopper attractions such as the Hungarian Parliament Building, Heroes’ Square and the UNESCO-listed Buda Castle District. Upgrade to include a daytime or evening cruise for an up-close look at the UNESCO-listed Banks of the Danube River.