:: Sample package
This package isto give some ideas for organizing incentive tours to Hungary. If you like it, please do not hesitate to contact us for tailor making it for your purpose.
The price of a package heavily depends on the number of participants on the tour, the chosen hotel's standard, the number of persons staying in one room (single, double rooms), the quantity (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack) and quality (cold, hot) of meals required and also on the chosen programs.
In order to get the best conditions from the service providers, please, let us know your requirements at least 6 months prior to the chosen date of the incentive tour.
:: 4 days/3 nights -
Incentive Trips for companies with tourist programs
1. day Arrival to the airport of Budapest. Half day sightseeing tour in Budapest. Transfer to the hotel (in Budapest or in other picturesque area of Hungary). Dinner with wine tasting or folklore program. Overnight in the hotel
2. day Breakfast in the hotel, a whole day program to discover Hungary's treasures (cultural or natural beauties), lunch on the way, dinner with music, overnight in the hotel
3. day Breakfast in the hotel, tourist program (visit in a thermal bath, horse riding, learning about Hungarian art, etc) or leisure time (if required shopping with the assistance of a guide in the beautiful Old Market Hall in Budapest or in antique shops, etc). Overnight in the hotel
4. day If required additional programs or transfer to the airport
:: Programs offered
:: Half day Budapest sight seeing tour
Passing by the Parliament we cross the Danube through the Margaret-Bridge (Margaret-Island) and drive to the Royal Castle on the Buda side, where we visit the Fishermen's Bastion (Promenade) and the Matthias Church after we climb to the Gellért Hill (Photostop), we cross Elisabeth-Bridge and drive towards Heroes' Square (Promenade). Passing by the Opera and St. Stephen's Basilica, where the tour ends.
:: Half day tour to Szentendre
The South Gate of Danube Bend is SZENTENDRE. The tiny town's squares, meandering streets, Serb temples, baroque bourgeois buildings contribute to a uniquely picturesque, Mediterranean atmosphere. Today, Szentendre is the town of museums. Many museums and galleries exhibit the works of artists who lived or currently live in the artists' quarter established in the past century.
:: Whole day excursion to the Danube Bend
(Visegrád, Esztergom, Szentendre)
The above term signifies the twenty kilometre long bend of the Danube and its surrounding environment, including the extensive holiday area. The "real" scenic Danube Bend begins at Visegrád. The Romans built a fortress at the settlement located at the foot of the steep rocks of the Visegrád Mountains. The Lower and Upper Castle of Visegrád were built in the 13th century. The West Gate of Danube Bend is Esztergom. Esztergom is the centre of the Hungarian Roman Catholic church. The city is also of historical significance. St. Stephen, the first Hungarian king, was born here, he was crowned in this town in 1001. He founded the archbishopric of Esztergom. The main cathedral built in the 19th century is the largest church in Hungary. After the interior visit of the Cathedral and Lunch (3-course menu) we carry on to the Baroque Artists' Village Szentendre.
:: Lunch with the Knights in Visegrád
This program leads you to the Middle Ages when knights were fighting to entertain their king and queen. After a short introduction of the history of the Visegrád Castle you can see a historical evocationof a joust with knights in armour on beautiful horses. The joust is followed by a royal feast in the Renaissance Restaurant.
:: Horse Show on the Puszta
Taste "pálinka", the famous Hungarian spirit visiting a traditional farmhouse, watch the amazing equestrian performance of the wranglers than while listening gipsy music enjoy a typical country side meal accompained by fine Hungarian wine.
:: Downtown walk in Budapest
Have a look or shop in the artistic Old Market Hall than walk through the heart fo the downtown on Váci Street than have some of the famous cakes of Gerbeaud Confectionery.
:: Dinner with wine tasting
After visiting the biggest wooden barrel filled with wine (100.000 liter!), you can taste some of the famous Hungarian wines than you walk through a part the cellar system where wine is ripened and stored. A sommelier, an expert of wine helps you to understand the art of wine, he shows around in the Museum of Wine introducing the world famous Hungarian wines and viticulture in Hungary. After that a delicious meal follows with gipsy music and folk dance.
:: Folk dance performance
Watch the professional performance of the State Folk Dance Group or visit a dance house where traditional folk dances are danced by every day people.
:: Incentive Tours in Hungary - Data sheet
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