Budapest: 6-Hour Private Tour to Szentendre

Budapest: 6-Hour Private Tour to Szentendre

From US$ 194.06 per person

Explore the picturesque village of Szentendre on a 6-hour tour from Budapest, and discover a colony of painters, artists, and art galleries. Wander down cobblestone streets to see beautiful baroque houses, churches of various faiths, and more.

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Small group
Limited to 6 participants
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Duration 6 hours
Starting time 9:00 AM
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Live tour guide
English, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
Pickup included
Pick-up from Budapest hotels or other location on request
Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Explore the artistic village of Szentendre on the Danube Bend
  • Discover a colony of painters, artists, and art galleries down cobblestone streets
  • See beautiful baroque houses of Serbian merchants, and up to 9 different churches
  • Admire the baroque Cross of Fő tér
  • Visit the quirky Marzipan Museum to see Disney characters and cultural icons made out of marzipan
  • Learn about the ceramic art of Margit Kovács at the Margit Kovács Museum
Full description
Visit the historic town of Szentendre on a half-day sightseeing tour from Budapest, traveling by air-conditioned vehicle for up to 6 people. Home to Serbians and Bulgarians in the Middle Ages, the town has been populated for well over a millennium, and in Roman times was known as Ulcisia Castra (Wolf Castle). Today it is home to some beautiful Orthodox churches, including the mid 18th-century Blagovestenska Church, built by Greek settlers. You will also see the baroque Cross of Fő tér (Main Square), and the Serbian merchant houses of the winding streets that surround it. Full of bohemian bars, bookshops, galleries and atmospheric restaurants, in the summer Szentendre plays host to many open air festivals, while Christmas is a time to browse for handmade crafts as you sip mulled wine at the open air Christmas Market. On almost every corner you will find something worth taking a picture of, or a shop selling unique souvenir items, from paintings to graphics offered by artists working on the street. Or if you prefer, you can explore the ceramic art of Margit Kovács in the expansive Margit Kovács Museum just off Fo tér. Lunch and dinner can also be arranged on request.
Includes
  • Transfers
  • Guide
  • Food and drink
COVID-19 precautions
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  • All required protective equipment is provided
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • Customers must keep distance in vehicles

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