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Discover Tokaj with a private guide! Tokaj wine region has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002. Embark on a day trip to this astonishing place and learn about the origins of Tokaji aszu, the world's oldest botrytized wine. Visit Mád and Bodrogkeresztur, the most famous places beside Tokaj in the region.
Pre-book tickets to the Magic Tower in Eger to check out hands-on exhibits, fun science, and a historic camera obscura. A wide range of displays means this destination is a good fit for visitors of all ages, whether you’re playing with hot air or learning about mechanics.
With the largest contiguous forested area in Hungary, the Bükk mountains has many things to offer for the visitor. With its romantic valleys and fascinating mountain sides, it is the ultimate destination for anyone who would like to discover the charm of remote Hungarian places.
Our country has a lot to offer for the enthusiasts of hiking. A highly experienced guide will show you around the most beautiful spots at this part of the countryside for making this trip a memorable experience for you. The excursion will take place near the town of Eger, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, famous for its fine spas, hotels and historical sites, like the Castle of Eger.
Head to Eger, just two hours outside of Budapest, on this private guided tour. Explore this picturesque Hungarian town's castle, thermal baths, and historic buildings, including the northernmost Turkish minaret. Taste one of the most famous red wine of Hungary, Bull's Blood in a multiple prizewinner Hungarian winery, Enjoy a convenient hotel pickup and drop-off.
Discover Mezokovesd and Matyo Culture with private guide on this day trip from Budapest. The culture of the Matyo people is on the nomination list for UNESCO World Heritage status. The Matyo people are mainly known for their world famous embroidery among other things. We visit Matyo Museum, Hadas district - home to authentic matyo homes from the old times, craftmen's, like furniture painter and gingerbread makers house, home of the most famous embroidering woman of matyos, and an authentical home of today, where you can dress in and make photos of yourself in beautiful original matyo folkcostumes.
The historic town of Eger is a popular day trip from Budapest, but arranging transport can cut into your sightseeing time. Round-trip transfers from a personal driver means you’ll have the whole day to see Eger’s 13th-century castle, stroll narrow streets, and visit a famed minaret. The private format lets you customize the outing to your preferences, without the fixed itinerary of a group tour.
Eger is a city in northern Hungary, on the southern slopes of the Bukk and Matra massifs, and the administrative center of Heves County. 54 527 inhabitants. The city is famous for its citadel, thermal springs, historical buildings, as well as the production of red wine “Eger Bull Bull Blood”.