Come for wellness at the thermal baths.
come for the cuisine and the wine.
Come for the architecture.
Come for the romance of the Danube.
Like out of a fairytale, the Fisherman’s Bastion on Castle Hill overlooks Budapest’s magnificent Parliament Building. Nearby is the splendid Matthias Church. With well over 1,000 thermal springs, be sure to include this wellness experience on your Hungary vacation. In addition to its Eastern European cuisine, don’t miss Hungary’s upcoming wines.
Experience Zsolnay Cultural Quarter
In 2010 the 19th century Zsolnay porcelain factory in Pécs, Hungary was revived, offering visitors a fabulous opportunity to view the 600-piece historic collection of the...
Experience Istvántelek Train Yard
Train buffs may not want to miss the unusual Red Star Train Graveyard, located at a rail yard outside of Budapest. There are over 100 retired...
Experience Retro Trabant Tour
Take a trip back in time today as you delve into life behind the Iron Curtain. Your time machine for the day is a classic Trabant;...
Experience Visegrad Medieval Festival
If you happen to be in Hungary in the month of July, you should definitely attend the Visegrad Medieval Festival. Visegrád is famous for the remains...
Experience European River Cruises
Europe river cruise ships usually dock in the heart of town, making it easy and convenient for sightseeing, and maximizing your time ashore. Shore excursions with...
Budapest is one of the great cities of Central and Eastern Europe, with a fascinating history, unique culture and cuisine and experiences. Located on the Danube it is a key boarding point for Danube river cruises, too. Around the Hungarian countryside are wellness spas and quaint cities to explore. Our travel experts will help you get the most from your visit.
Whether traveling through Hungary or staying in a Budapest hotel pre- or post- a Danube river cruise, you’ll enjoy exclusive amenities at these best hotels in the capital city. We can also arrange alternative accommodations throughout Hungary.
Aria Hotel Budapest
An architectural gem featuring four wings of musically-themed guestrooms and suites.
Did you know?
Hungary’s Tokaj region was the world’s first official wine region - wine has been produced there since the 5th century.
Got spice? Once traded for hard currency, today more than 1,000 tons of paprika spice are produced annually in Hungary.
Underneath Budapest is the world’s largest geothermal cave system, with some 200 subterranean chambers.
Posthumous Hungarian citizenship was awarded to Elvis Presley in 2011.
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