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  • Hungary

Hungary

Hungary! The birth place of the fascinating 3D puzzle ” The Rubic’s Cube” and the sturdy ball point pen is a tiny republic nestled in Central Europe.It is one of the first communist nations to embrace European West. While the Hungarian language could leave your tongue twisted, its experience would leave you salivating for more. As you land into the insanely beautiful capital of Budapest you will find yourself mesmerised by the classic baroque feel of Buda. Strolling around this predominantly catholic land can be a dream come true for a culture vulture. Your memories from Prague would rewind as you scan through its bohemian architecture, the distinction lies in its friendlier ambiance. Travel further and you’ll find yourself in the more modern city of Pest. Drag yourself away from Budapest to explore the rest of Hungary. You could go horseback in the rural countryside or rejuvenate yourself in any of the spas built around nearly 1000 thermal geysers. As you move about make sure you address the Hungarians with their family name first, because that’s how they do it! Whats in a name you ask? Well the tiny nation is home to many Nobel laureates writes and artists of repute, a visit to the centuries old universities at St Andrew’s (Szentendre) and Pecs is sure to give you an intellectual boost. Hungary’s geographical location and melancholic past made it a witness to Western Europe’s gruesome wars and traditions. It inspired myths and fables,most notable among these is of course, Dracula.Parts of the country remain genuine wildernesses where wolves and boars still roam freely, and the high peaks and dark forests of the northern region, together with the empty landscape of the Great Central Plain makes for a photographer’s delight.Unwind later at the world famous Szigest Music Festival. Well guess what you have reasons galore to visit the mystical land of the Huns!

4 Days / 3 Nights

Hungary! The birth place of the fascinating 3D puzzle ” The Rubic’s Cube” and the sturdy ball point pen is a tiny republic nestled in Central Europe.It is one of the first communist nations to embrace European West. While the Hungarian language could leave your tongue twisted, its experience would leave you salivating for more. As you land into the insanely beautiful capital of Budapest you will find yourself mesmerised by the classic baroque feel of Buda. Strolling around this predominantly catholic land can be a dream come true for a culture vulture. Your memories from Prague would rewind as you scan through its bohemian architecture, the distinction lies in its friendlier ambiance. Travel further and you’ll find yourself in the more modern city of Pest. Drag yourself away from Budapest to explore the rest of Hungary. You could go horseback in the rural countryside or rejuvenate yourself in any of the spas built around nearly 1000 thermal geysers. As you move about make sure you address the Hungarians with their family name first, because that’s how they do it! Whats in a name you ask? Well the tiny nation is home to many Nobel laureates writes and artists of repute, a visit to the centuries old universities at St Andrew’s (Szentendre) and Pecs is sure to give you an intellectual boost. Hungary’s geographical location and melancholic past made it a witness to Western Europe’s gruesome wars and traditions. It inspired myths and fables,most notable among these is of course, Dracula.Parts of the country remain genuine wildernesses where wolves and boars still roam freely, and the high peaks and dark forests of the northern region, together with the empty landscape of the Great Central Plain makes for a photographer’s delight.Unwind later at the world famous Szigest Music Festival. Well guess what you have reasons galore to visit the mystical land of the Huns!

Day 01 - Budapest - Dinner & Cruise, Live Music @ 1900 hrs incl Transfers

Arrive at Budapest Airport. Meet your driver and transfer to yhour hotel.. Day at leisure to explore the city on your own. Enjoy dinner (local cuisine) on cruise with live music and traditional gypsy and folk music. With this 120 minutes cruise you will have a chance to see the city with all of its illuminated glory. Overnight in Budapest.

Day 02: Budapest - Parliament and Grand City Tour

Take the opportunity to visit the impressive parliament building, visit the magnificent Neo-Gothic Parliament. In city tour cross the Danube on the Margaret Bridge and drive to the Royal Castle. Free time at Fisherman's Bastion. Continue to Gellert Hill after Elizabeth Bridge, Heroes' Square, Opera and St Stephen's Basilica. Transfer and overnight in Budapest.

Day 03 - Budapest - Szechenyi Spa & Caving in Budapest

No visit to Budapest is complete without a bath in one of its world-famous thermal spring spas. The ancient Romans had already discovered the healing effects of the thermal springs on the area we call Budapest today. The bath culture however only started to develop during the Turkish times. By booking your tickets in advance, you do not have to wait in a queue; fast & easy entrance provided.The Szechenyi Bath is Budapest's largest thermal spring bath, which was built in 1913 in Neo-Baroque style. Its thermal spring is one of the deepest and warmest in the city. It is situated in the City Park, opposite the City Circus and it can be reached by metro line M1 (the name of the station is Szechenyi furdo). It is the largest and most important of all the thermal spas on the Pest side, with its numerous indoor and outdoor pools.//////////. Caving in Budapest - Hungary's capital city, Budapest, is famous for its hot springs all over the world. Many people visit Hungary's famous thermal baths but only a few know that the hot water is rushing up from deep underground where creating caves. In the limestone mountains under Budapest, the heated water formed a huge cave system which is thought to be more than 100 km long. The spas and the caves of Budapest are planned to be declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The longest cave of Budapest is the 20.1 km long. It is called Pal Volgyi Matyas Hegyi Cave and its located in the Dunalpoly National Park. It is a real multi-level labyrinth system with most of its chambers under the residential districts of Budapest. If you aren't claustrophobic you can apply for our regularly scheduled cave tours which are guided by qualified caving guides. During the 3.5 hours long tour you will often have to climb on the walls and crawl through narrow passages so you have to be prepared for adventure. Tour leads through natural parts of the cave with the supervision of professional caving guides. All the necessary equipment - overall, helmet, lamp will be provided. You will have possibility to change your clothes in changing room which is based at the cave entrance. No previous caving experience is needed. Overnight in Budapest.

Day 4: End of Tour

Check out from the hotel and transfer to Budapest airport.